Taught by David Morton and Suzanne Stensaas.
These titles are all on reserve at the Library. Just ask at the Public Services desk to see a copy.
- Basic clinical neuroscience / Paul A. Young, Paul H. Young, Daniel L. Tolbert.
This textbook is used by medical students and is very readable. Young, Young, and Tolbert (neurobiology, neurosurgery, and anatomy respectively, all St. Louis U. School of Medicine) offer medical and other health care students this reference to increase understanding of the anatomical basis necessary for recognizing neurological abnormalities. The illustrated reference in three sections addressing the neurological anatomy, functions, and associated structure, is intended as a study aid or supple
- Neuroanatomy : an atlas of structures, sections, and systems / Duane E. Haines ; special contributions by John A. Lancon ; illustrator, M.P. Schenk ; photographer, G.W. Armstrong.
The drawings and cross sections used in class are from this atlas.
A quarter century after publication of the first edition, Neuroanatomy: An Atlas of Structures, Sections, and Systems remains among the most dynamic forces in medical education, delivering abundantly illustrated and clinically essential content in a rapidly expanding field of practice. Now in an exciting new Seventh Edition, this landmark atlas continues to build upon its reputation as a premier teaching resource, combining t
- Cranial nerves : anatomy and clinical comments / Linda Wilson-Pauwels, Elizabeth J. Akesson, Patricia A. Stewart.
Featuring three dimensional, color coded illustrations, this classic work show the twelve major nerve systems connect the brain to body systems they control.
- Fundamental neuroscience / edited by Duane E. Haines.
Covering both neurophysiology and neuroanatomical structures and relationships, this textbook explains cellular biology, neuron structure and function, vascular anatomy, neuronal communication and the embryological development of the nervous system as well as human regional neuroanatomy and systems neurobiology.
- Fundamentals of neurology : an illustrated guide / Mark Mumenthaler, Heinrich Mattle ; translated and adapted by Ethan Taub.
Developed at Berne University, this medical textbook walks through the neurological patient examination, then describes the symptoms and diagnosis of diseases affecting each major component of the nervous system. Numerous black and white images are provided.
- Study guide to accompany The human brain, an introduction to its functional anatomy / John Nolte.
A wide variety of diagrams and photographs help users visualize the structures and pathways of the brain in three dimensions. Chapter outlines, key chapter concepts, self-evaluations, and a comprehensive review exam reinforce important neuroscience material.
- The human brain in photographs and diagrams / John Nolte, Jay B. Angevine, Jr.
Aiming for the simplicity and clarity useful to undergraduate and professional students, and to that end making choices regarding what to show and what to label, the authors make good use of the technology that allows images to be digitally retouched and made uniform. Unlabeled photographs are juxtaposed with faded-out versions of the same photos with important structures outlined and labeled, and there are some 650 illustrations in all.
- Principles of neural science / edited by Eric R. Kandel, James H. Schwartz, Thomas M. Jessell
New edition of a text that emphasizes the examination of behavior at the level of individual nerve cells by addressing questions as to how the brain develops, how nerve cells in the brain communicate with one another, how different patterns of interconnections give rise to different perceptions and motor acts, how communication between neurons is modified by experience, and how that communication is altered by diseases.