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Neurosciences - From Molecule to Behavior A University Textbook

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By: C Giovanni Galizia(Editor), Pierre-Marie Lledo(Editor)
800 pages, 397 colour & 21 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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Neurosciences - From Molecule to Behavior covers neuroscience from cellular and molecular mechanisms to behavior and cognitive processing. We also address evolution of the nervous system, computational neuroscience, the history of neuroscience as a discipline and neurophilosophy – to name but a few. Neurosciences - From Molecule to Behavior provides the newest state-of-the-art knowledge about neuroscience from across the animal kingdom, with particular emphasis on model species commonly used in neuroscience labs across the world: mouse, zebra fish, fruit fly, honeybee, and nematode worm. We aim at university students of neuroscience, psychology, biological sciences, and medical sciences, but also computer scientists, philosophers, or anybody interested in understanding how brains work.

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Textbook
By: C Giovanni Galizia(Editor), Pierre-Marie Lledo(Editor)
800 pages, 397 colour & 21 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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