Thanks for the replies. The following books were also suggested:
Dowling, _Neurons & Networks_, (1992).
Shepherd, _Introduction to Neurophysiology_, (1976).
Aidley, (title forgotten). . . .
The consensus was that Katz (1966) is a classic text, and is thus (by
definition?) worth a read.
* What's so interdisciplinary about studying lower levels of thought process?
<-- Jacob Galley * gal2 at midway.uchicago.edu