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Annual Review of Neuroscience, Volume 16: 1993 - W. Maxwell Cowan, Eric M. Shooter
Forty-one articles are presented, comprising an important report of developments in the field and a review of progress. It is, therefore, a disappointment to note that this highly respected publisher has allowed its production department to perfect bind Neuroscience and to hide that cheaper technique by notch adhesive binding: the signatures are left intact with the gutter edge cut through at several places to allow adhesive to reach part of each page. The head & tail remains not notched to
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Annual Review of Neuroscience, Volume 19: 1996 - W. Maxwell Cowan, Richard F. Thompson, Charles F. Stevens, Eric M. Shooter
Forty-one articles are presented, comprising an important report of developments in the field and a review of progress. It is, therefore, a disappointment to note that this highly respected publisher has allowed its production department to perfect bind Neuroscience and to hide that cheaper technique by notch adhesive binding: the signatures are left intact with the gutter edge cut through at several places to allow adhesive to reach part of each page. The head & tail remains not notched to
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Annual Review of Neuroscience, Volume 18: 1995 - W. Maxwell Cowan, Richard F. Thompson, Eric M. Shooter
Forty-one articles are presented, comprising an important report of developments in the field and a review of progress. It is, therefore, a disappointment to note that this highly respected publisher has allowed its production department to perfect bind Neuroscience and to hide that cheaper technique by notch adhesive binding: the signatures are left intact with the gutter edge cut through at several places to allow adhesive to reach part of each page. The head & tail remains not notched to
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Annual Review of Neuroscience, Volume 17: 1994 - W. Maxwell Cowan, Charles F. Stevens, Richard F. Thompson, Eric M. Shooter
Forty-one articles are presented, comprising an important report of developments in the field and a review of progress. It is, therefore, a disappointment to note that this highly respected publisher has allowed its production department to perfect bind Neuroscience and to hide that cheaper technique by notch adhesive binding: the signatures are left intact with the gutter edge cut through at several places to allow adhesive to reach part of each page. The head & tail remains not notched to
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Annual Review of Neuroscience, Volume 15: 1992 - W. Maxwell Cowan
Forty-one articles are presented, comprising an important report of developments in the field and a review of progress. It is, therefore, a disappointment to note that this highly respected publisher has allowed its production department to perfect bind Neuroscience and to hide that cheaper technique by notch adhesive binding: the signatures are left intact with the gutter edge cut through at several places to allow adhesive to reach part of each page. The head & tail remains not notched to
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Consciousness and Cognition: Fragments of Mind and Brain - Henri Cohen
What were the circumstances that led to the development of our cognitive abilities from a primitive hominid to an essentially modern human? The answer to this question is of profound importance to understanding our present nature. Since the steep path of our cognitive development is the attribute that most distinguishes humans from other mammals, this is also a quest to determine human origins. This collection of outstanding scientific problems and the revelation of the many ways they can be
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Principles of Human Neuropsychology - G. Dennis Rains
This accessible undergraduate text is the first to make teaching the neuropsychology course easier. Rains provides adequate depth and explanatory material to inspire student interest and motivation, and his in-depth approach not only makes the material easier for students to grasp, but reveals the exciting questions of the field remaining to be answered. PRINCIPLES OF HUMAN NEUROPSYCHOLOGY's other hallmark is to foster an appreciation for the interdisciplinary nature of neuropsychology by
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Wild India: The Wildlife and Scenery of India and Nepal - Gerald S. Cubitt, Hashim Tyabji
Published in association with the World Wide Fund for Nature, "Wild India" is a valuable current record of the subcontinent's wild places and wilderness areas. Guy Mountfort, an authority on all aspects of species preservation, provides a discerning account of the ecological and human history of the region, focusing on present-day pressures on India's irreplaceable natural heritage. Gerald Cubitt's superb 400 full-color photographs are informatively captioned and divided into sections on the
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Where Biology Meets Psychology: Philosophical Essays - Valerie Gray Hardcastle
A great deal of interest and excitement surround the interface between the philosophy of biology and the philosophy of psychology, yet the area is neither well defined nor well represented in mainstream philosophical publications. This book is perhaps the first to open a dialogue between the two disciplines. Its aim is to broaden the traditional subject matter of the philosophy of biology while informing the philosophy of psychology of relevant biological constraints and insights.The book is