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An Introduction to Brain and Behavior by Bryan Kolb
Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Drawing on decades of teaching and research experience, Bryan Kolb and Ian Whishaw offer a proven framework for exploring the biological basis of behavior.
Each chapter of An Introduction to Brain and Behavior explores a specific question asked by working neuroscientists and students i. This approach brings coherence to a vast subject, and helps students understand what information is important as their study of brain and behqvior progresses chapter to chapter.
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An Introduction to Brain and Behavior
Year 1 Okay so I may not have read everything, and I may not be prepared for this exam at all, but oh well. This book should be read over and over for a longer period than just one semester, it is a must own as the contents are exceptional.
This was easily one of the hardest college classes I took.
The book was really helpful, and if you could overcome the memorization barrier, the concepts were difficult but not impossible. Pretty comprehensive for Neuroscience Finally calling it finished, because I just ended up skimming the other chapters and want to get it off my list Lori rated it really liked it May 15, Barbara Hannah Grufferman rated it it was amazing Oct 09, Jonathan Gu rated it it was amazing Jun 15, Vanessa rated it it was ok Jan 06, Adam rated it it was ok Jun 09, LaDasha Aaron rated it really liked it Mar 27, Sue McCarthy rated it it was amazing Apr 18, Elena Filipova rated it really liked it Mar 21, Claudia Correa rated it it was amazing May 09, Catherine Neve rated it it was amazing Oct 29, Bev rated it it was ok Aug 11, M rated it really liked it Jan 24, Matt rated it really liked it Jul 16, Jake Bornheimer rated it really liked it Feb 24, Kathleen Parker rated it did not like it Aug 17, Ranjith Jaganathan rated it really liked it Jul 30, Sue rated it it was amazing Nov 14, Tony Shortt rated it really liked it Dec 26, Rosa rated it it was amazing Dec 15, Anne Keliher rated it really liked it Mar 13, Danielle rated it liked it Jul 03, Mark rated it liked it Jul 18, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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