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- World Scientific Publishing Company 2009; US$ 107.00
This book delves into one of the greatest riddles perplexing modern science: Why are humans so smart? In a format understandable even by the non-expert, the author investigates the origins of human intelligence, starting with classical Darwinian concepts. Thus, the strengths and beauty of natural selection are presented with many examples... more...
- Pearson Education 2010; US$ 25.99
Neuroscientists once believed your brain was essentially "locked down" by adulthood. No new cells. No major changes. If you grew up depressed, angry, sad, aggressive, or nasty, you'd be that way for life. And, as you grew older, there'd be nowhere to go but down, as disease, age, or injury wiped out precious, irreplaceable brain cells. But over the... more...
- Springer 2009; US$ 109.00
Intends to form the basis for a European consensus in neurosurgery. This book details diagnostic and therapeutic procedures according to localization (cranial, spinal, peripheral nerves) with consideration given to congenital defects and pediatric neurosurgical disorders, functional and stereotactic neurosurgery, and critical neurosurgical care. more...
- Elsevier Science 2008; US$ 460.00
Principles of Bone Biology provides the most comprehensive, authoritative reference on the study of bone biology and related diseases. It is the essential resource for anyone involved in the study of bone biology. Bone research in recent years has generated enormous attention, mainly because of the broad public health implications of osteoporosis... more...
- Oxford University Press, USA 2010; US$ 98.99
Parkinson's disease becomes apparent only after substantial loss (>60%) of the dopamine neurons in the substantia nigra. By this time there has already been widespread neural inclusion formation in the peripheral and central nervous system of patients with the disease, although this has only been recognized more recently. Degeneration in these... more...
- Springer 2010; US$ 219.00
Galanin is a neuropeptide found both in the central and peripheral nervous system. The 29-amino acid peptide (named after its N-terminal glycine and C-terminal alanine) was identified in 1983 by its C-terminal amidation. This 'reverse' approach, that is to discover a substance through a distinct chemical feature, and only subsequently to characterize... more...
- Crown House Publishing 2008; US$ 14.57
Designed as a cover to cover read which leaves the reader with a working knowledge of the human brain from its first evolution 2 billion years ago to the present day. A light-hearted look at the brain aimed at a lay audience. It especially focuses on the neurobiology of emotional intelligence and in many ways is the neurobiological explanation of... more...
- Bentham Science Publishers 2009; US$ 39.00
The Ebook describes a series of hypotheses, in an attempt to account for a diversity of features characterizing neurodegeneration as a generic pathologic phenomenon. It attempts to coordinate a series of clinical and pathologic observations that would contribute to progressive incremental severity to phenomena of neuronal cell loss and tissue atrophy... more...