Basic Concepts In Neuroscience: A Student's Survival Guide by Malcolm M. Slaughter

By Malcolm M. Slaughter

*A new e-book within the uncomplicated thoughts series

*Explains the elemental rules of neuroscience and is helping scholars set up and condense the fabric they should study

*Level of the cloth gradually builds from basic to complicated, allowing mastery of concepts

*Content is gifted in basic, jargon-free language

*Critical need-to-know details is highlights in boxes

*Numerous tables and charts support examine and distinction key information

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