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  1. Developmental Neurobiology of Breathing

    Edited by Gabriel Haddad

    Series: Lung Biology in Health and Disease

    This monograph provides a comprehensive basis for understanding the complex interactions that take place between synaptic input, cellular properties, and the oscillatory output of a neural network, especially in the maturing or developing nervous system. Emphasis is placed on drawing a parallel betw...

    Published June 28th 1991 by CRC Press

  2. Biological Feedback

    By Rene Thomas, Richard D'Ari

    Clearly explaining the logical analysis of biological control phenomena, Biological Feedback answers questions concerning everything from regulation to logic. This rare monograph presents a formal methodology for analyzing the dynamic behavior of complex systems. The easy-to-read text describes a...

    Published September 25th 1990 by CRC Press

  3. Alzheimer's Disease

    Current Research In Early Diagnosis

    Edited by Robert Becker

    Published September 19th 1990 by CRC Press

  4. The Neuropsychological Analysis of Problem Solving

    By Luria

    For any of us, problem solving is a daily event. For some, it is a major task. This historical book puts to use neuropsychological methods to analyze the process of problem solving. Experience shows that the process is psychologically so complicated that standard methods established in pedagogy and...

    Published January 1st 1990 by CRC Press

  5. Neural Mechanisms in Taste

    By Robert H. Cagan

    The purpose of NEURAL MECHANISM in TASTE is to emphasize physiological principles and reveal new insights of this most recent research. This book is aimed to reach scientists within the broad area of neurophysiology as well as those in other disciplines who have interests in sensory mechanisms. The...

    Published August 31st 1989 by CRC Press

  6. The Characteristics Of Aphasia

    Edited by Chris Code

    Series: Brain, Behaviour and Cognition

    A survey of the main behavioural characteristics or symptoms of aphasia, which presents a series of essays on the history and current developments in this field of neuropsychological research. Contributors discuss recovery, rehabilitation and other contemporary issues....

    Published July 31st 1989 by CRC Press

  7. Biology of Sleep Substances

    By Shojiro Inoue

    All aspects of sleep sciences are included in this excellent resource text, with special reference to sleep substances and sleep modulators. The historical development of the theories of sleep are reviewed in conjunction with the technical problems. All candidate substances are overviewed as to...

    Published March 31st 1989 by CRC Press

  8. Current Research

    By Egiacobini

    Published December 19th 1988 by CRC Press

  9. Sensitization in the Nervous System

    By Charles D. Barnes

    Sensitization is a concept of learning and memory that has grown out of experiments on "simple" animals. Interest in sensitization has grown tremendously in the last several years, fueled mainly by evidence of the molecular basis of sensitization in invertebrates on the one hand and the study of...

    Published October 15th 1988 by CRC Press