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  1. The Neurobiological Basis of Suicide

    Edited by Yogesh Dwivedi

    Series: Frontiers in Neuroscience

    With recent studies using genetic, epigenetic, and other molecular and neurochemical approaches, a new era has begun in understanding pathophysiology of suicide. Emerging evidence suggests that neurobiological factors are not only critical in providing potential risk factors but also provide a...

    Published June 25th 2012 by CRC Press

  2. Neuropeptides in Neuroprotection and Neuroregeneration

    Edited by Fred Nyberg

    Although the genomic era is no longer in its infancy, the life sciences are still facing questions about the role of endogenous proteins and peptides in homeostasis and pathologies. Delving into one of the most current fields of interest in biology and medicine, Neuropeptides in Neuroprotection and...

    Published June 19th 2012 by CRC Press

  3. Education and Neuroscience

    Evidence, Theory and Practical Application

    Edited by Paul Howard-Jones

    This book brings together contributions from scientists and educators at the forefront of interdisciplinary research efforts involving neuroscience and education. It includes consideration of what we know about brain function that may be relevant to educational areas including reading,...

    Published May 30th 2012 by Routledge

  4. Neurotechnology

    Premises, Potential, and Problems

    Edited by James Giordano

    Series: Advances in Neurotechnology

    New technologies that allow us to investigate mechanisms and functions of the brain have shown considerable promise in treating brain disease and injury. These emerging technologies also provide a means to assess and manipulate human consciousness, cognitions, emotions, and behaviors, bringing with...

    Published April 26th 2012 by CRC Press

  5. The Neuroscience of Handwriting

    Applications for Forensic Document Examination

    By Michael P. Caligiuri, Linton A. Mohammed

    Series: International Forensic Science and Investigation

    The Daubert trilogy of U.S. Supreme Court cases has established that scientific expert testimony must be based on science grounded in empirical research. As such, greater scrutiny is being placed on questioned document examination generally, and handwriting comparison in particular. Bridging the...

    Published February 22nd 2012 by CRC Press

  6. Time Series Modeling of Neuroscience Data

    By Tohru Ozaki

    Series: Chapman & Hall/CRC Interdisciplinary Statistics

    Recent advances in brain science measurement technology have given researchers access to very large-scale time series data such as EEG/MEG data (20 to 100 dimensional) and fMRI (140,000 dimensional) data. To analyze such massive data, efficient computational and statistical methods are required....

    Published January 26th 2012 by CRC Press

  7. Stereotaxic and Chemoarchitectural Atlas of the Brain of the Common Marmoset (Callithrix jacchus)

    By Craig D. Hardman, Ken W. S. Ashwell

    Developing better therapies for neurological conditions such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s diseases remains an enduring problem for 21st century medicine. The testing of novel therapies will continue to require a robust experimental animal model. The marmoset is an ideal animal model for modern...

    Published January 24th 2012 by CRC Press

  8. Dopamine – Glutamate Interactions in the Basal Ganglia

    Edited by Susan Jones

    Series: Frontiers in Neuroscience

    The basal ganglia are involved in complex brain functions, from voluntary movement control to learning and reward processing, and they are implicated in numerous neurological and psychiatric disorders. Information from the cerebral cortex and thalamus is conveyed to basal ganglia nuclei via...

    Published December 14th 2011 by CRC Press

  9. Astrocytes

    Wiring the Brain

    Edited by Eliana Scemes, David C. Spray

    Series: Frontiers in Neuroscience

    Astrocytes play diverse roles in central nervous system (CNS) function and dysfunction, and the connections that the astrocyte makes with other cells of the brain are essential for a variety of important neural tasks. Bringing together contributions from international experts at the top of their...

    Published November 28th 2011 by CRC Press

  10. Augmenting Cognition

    By Idan Segev, Henry Markram

    The Human brain is only 100,000 years old. Yet, this newly evolved organ endows us with unique creative capabilities beyond all other living creatures, including the gift to understand itself. As our very survival and success in life depends on utilizing our brain’s power, intense efforts have...

    Published November 21st 2011 by EPFL Press