Neuroscience: Exploring the Brain - Bear, Mark F.; Connors, Barry W.; Paradiso, Michael A.
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Acclaimed for its clear, friendly style, excellent illustrations, leading author team, and compelling theme of exploration, Neuroscience: Exploring the Brain, 4e takes a fresh, contemporary approach to the study of neuroscience, emphasizing the biological basis of behavior. The authors' passion for the dynamic field of neuroscience is evident on every page, engaging students and helping them master the material. In just a few years, the field of neuroscience has been transformed by exciting new technologies and an explosion of knowledge about the brain. The human genome has been sequenced,…mehr

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Acclaimed for its clear, friendly style, excellent illustrations, leading author team, and compelling theme of exploration, Neuroscience: Exploring the Brain, 4e takes a fresh, contemporary approach to the study of neuroscience, emphasizing the biological basis of behavior. The authors' passion for the dynamic field of neuroscience is evident on every page, engaging students and helping them master the material. In just a few years, the field of neuroscience has been transformed by exciting new technologies and an explosion of knowledge about the brain. The human genome has been sequenced, sophisticated new methods have been developed for genetic engineering, and new methods have been introduced to enable visualization and stimulation of specific types of nerve cells and connections in the brain. The new Fourth Edition has been fully updated to reflect these and other rapid advances in the field, while honoring its commitment to be student-friendly with striking new illustrations, additional animations, and an unparalleled array of online resources.
Autorenporträt
Mark F. Bear ist Picower Professor of Neuroscience und Direktor des Picower Center for Learning and Memory am Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences sowie Forscher am Howard Hughes Medical Institute des Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Einen Teil seiner Postdoc-Zeit hat er in der Arbeitsgruppe von Wolf Singer am Max-Planck-Institut für Hirnforschung in Frankfurt verbracht.