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Neuroscience Primer?

William Calvin wcalvin at u.washington.edu
Thu Mar 31 13:35:38 EST 1994

Here's our list from the endnotes to Calvin & Ojemann,
Thought and Language (Addison-Wesley 1994):

                  GENERAL REFERENCES

William H. Calvin, The Cerebral Symphony:  Seashore Reflections on
the Structure of Consciousness (Bantam 1989).

Jean-Pierre Changeux, Neuronal Man (Oxford University Press 1986;
translation of L'Homme Neuronal, Fayard 1983).

Richard L. Gregory, The Oxford Companion to the Mind (Oxford
University Press 1987).

Michael I. Posner, Marcus E. Raichle, Images of Mind (Freeman

Scientific American special issues on the brain, September 1979 and
September 1992.

                 TEXTS AND COLLECTIONS
John E. Dowling, Neurons and Networks:  An Introduction to
Neuroscience (Harvard University Press 1992).

Daniel Gardner (ed.), The Neurobiology of Neural Networks (MIT
Press 1993).

Eric R. Kandel, James H. Schwartz, Thomas M. Jessell, Principles
of Neural Science, 3d edition (Elsevier 1991).

Stephen M. Kosslyn, Richard A. Andersen (eds.), Frontiers in
Cognitive Neuroscience (MIT Press 1992).  Collected articles on vision,
audition, somatosensory system, attention, memory, language, and

John G. Nicholls, A. Robert Martin, Bruce G. Wallace, From
Neuron to Brain:  A Cellular and Molecular Approach to the Function
of the Nervous System, 3rd edition (Sinauer, Sunderland MA, 1992).

Lloyd D. Partridge, L. Donald Partridge, The Nervous System
(MIT Press 1993).

Robert F. Schmidt, Gerhard Thews, Human Physiology, 2nd edition
(Springer Verlag 1989, translation of Physiologie des Menschen, 1987).

Gordon M. Shepherd, The Synaptic Organization of the Brain, 3rd
edition (Oxford University Press 1990).

    William H. Calvin   WCalvin at U.Washington.edu
    University of Washington  NJ-15
    Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences
    Seattle, Washington 98195 FAX:1-206-720-1989

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