Bibliographic Details

Principles of neural science / edited by Eric R. Kandel, James H. Schwartz, Thomas M. Jessell ; art direction by Sarah Mack and Jane Dodd.

Edition 4th ed.
Imprint New York : McGraw-Hill, Health Professions Division, c2000.
Description xli, 1414 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 29 cm.
Language English
Subject Neurology.
Neurons.
Neurosciences.
Neurophysiology.
Behavior.
Nervous System Diseases.
Neurochemistry.
Neurons.
Neurology.
Neurons.
Neurosciences.
Format Print, Book
URL for this record http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/4177376
Other authors / contributors Kandel, Eric R.
Schwartz, James H. (James Harris), 1932-2006
Jessell, Thomas M.
ISBN 0838577016 (case : alk. paper)
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
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505 0 |a Ch. 1. The brain and behavior -- Ch. 2. Nerve cells and behavior -- Ch. 3. Genes and behavior -- Ch. 4. The cytology of neurons -- Ch. 5. Synthesis and trafficking of neuronal protein -- Ch. 6. Ion channels -- Ch. 7. Membrane potential -- Ch. 8. Local signaling: passive electrical properties of the neuron -- Ch. 9. Propagated signaling: the action potential -- Ch. 10. Overview of synaptic transmission 
505 0 |a Ch. 11. Signaling at the nerve-muscle synapse: directly gated transmission -- Ch. 12. Synaptic integration -- Ch. 13. Modulation of synaptic transmission: second messengers -- Ch. 14. Transmitter release -- Ch. 15. Neurotransmitters -- Ch. 16. Diseases of chemical transmission at the nerve-muscle synapse: myasthenia gravis -- Ch. 17. The anatomical organization of the central nervous system -- Ch. 18. The functional organization of perception and movement 
505 0 |a Ch. 19. Integration of sensory and motor function: the association areas of the cerebral cortex and the cognitive capabilities of the brain -- Ch. 20. From nerve cells to cognition: the internal cellular representation required for perception and action -- Ch. 21. Coding of sensory information -- Ch. 22. The bodily senses -- Ch. 23. Touch -- Ch. 24. The perception of pain -- Ch. 25. Constructing the visual image -- Ch. 26. Visual processing by the retina -- Ch. 27. Central visual pathways -- Ch. 28. Perception of motion, depth, and form 
505 0 |a Ch. 29. Color vision -- Ch. 30. Hearing -- Ch. 31. Sensory transduction in the ear -- Ch. 32. Smell and taste: the chemical senses -- Ch. 33. The organization of movement -- Ch. 34. The motor unit and muscle action -- Ch. 35. Diseases of the motor unit -- Ch. 36. Spinal reflexes -- Ch. 37. Locomotion -- Ch. 38. Voluntary movement -- Ch. 39. The control of gaze -- Ch. 40. The vestibular system -- Ch. 41. Posture -- Ch. 42. The cerebellum -- Ch. 43. The basal ganglia 
505 0 |a Ch. 44. Brain stem, reflexive behavior, and the cranial nerves -- Ch. 45. Brain stem modulation of sensation, movement, and consciousness -- Ch. 46. Seizures and epilepsy -- Ch. 47. Sleep and dreaming -- Ch. 48. Disorders of sleep and wakefulness -- Ch. 49. The autonomic nervous system and the hypothalamus -- Ch. 50. Emotional states and feelings -- Ch. 51. Motivational and addictive states -- Ch. 52. The induction and patterning of the nervous system -- Ch. 53. The generation and survival of nerve cells 
505 0 |a Ch. 54. The guidance of axons to their targets -- Ch. 55. The formation and regeneration of synapses -- Ch. 56. Sensory experience and the fine-tuning of synaptic connections -- Ch. 57. Sexual differentiation of the nervous system -- Ch. 58. Aging of the brain and dementia of the Alzheimer type -- Ch. 59. Language and aphasias -- Ch. 60. Disorders of thought and volition: schizophrenia -- Ch. 61. Disorders of mood: depression, mania, and anxiety disorders -- Ch. 62. Learning and memory -- Ch. 63. Cellular mechanisms of learning and the biological basis of individuality. 
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