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Bernhard Luscher - Professor of Biology, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, and Psychiatry, Penn State University Park

Book Title: The Cognitive Neurosciences III : Third Edition

Author: Michael S. Gazzaniga

Book Description:

I own the first edition of this book and have throughly enjoyed reading each of its chapters. From the editorial reviews writen on this thrid edition I gather that this book surpasses even the high expectatins raised by its precursors. The chapters are written by top leaders in the corresponding fields. The book is ideally suited as a comprehensive resource for those interested in the cognitive neurosciences but also makes for quite digestable reading as a whole for experts in any field of neuroscience. As for me I plan to use this book to keep up to date with the overwhelming flood information in the cognitive neurosciences, and to broaden my knowlege base in tthis fszinating area of 21st century research at the interface of medicine, psychiatry and biology.


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