Here's the scoop:
NEUROBIOLOGY OF HEARING: THE CENTRAL AUDITORY SYSTEM
Edited by R.A. Altschuler et al, Raven Press, 1991.
This is an excellent collection of review chapters on the auditory system,
from cochlear nucleus to auditory cortex, written by the outstanding
authors in each field. I purchased it new in 1991, and have not used it
at all, so it's still in perfect condition.
New, it costs $110, but I'll let it go at $60.
FYI, the reason I never used it much is that I switched labs soon after I
bought the book, to a lab working on an entirely different topic. And now
I'm about to get out of science for good, so there seems little reason for
me to keep it when there are probably other students of the auditory
system who could use it.
So if you're interested, drop me a line at tbd at med.unc.edu
I'll be happy to provide more information to help you decide.
tristan davies........................................ wtvd newschannel eleven
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