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BIOS Instant Notes in Neuroscience

by Alan Longstaff

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Longstaff gives a compact and effective overview of neuroscience presenting articles in small managable sizes. In the section about brain imaging there may be a slight confusion: MRI is described but referred to as fMRI, and I think that most functional PET studies are done with 15-O water, rather than the glucose analog as written. With these errors in the field that I know I am a bit worried that other parts of the book also contain inexactitudes.
  fnielsen | Mar 24, 2009 |
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This edition has been reorganised and some detail removed from both text and figures in order to make it a more effective resource for students. While concentrating on core themes, areas where there have been significant advances, especially learning, memory and cognition, have been thoroughly updated.… (more)

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