The Human Brain Coloring BookPaperback Coloring Concepts Series
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- Publisher: Collins Reference
- Format: Paperback | 320 pages
- Dimensions: 204mm x 276mm x 18mm | 500g
- Publication date: 1 December 1985
- Publication City/Country: New York
- ISBN 10: 0064603067
- ISBN 13: 9780064603065
- Edition: 1
- Illustrations note: illustrations, index
- Sales rank: 5,570
Developed by internationally renowned neurosurgeons, this unique book is designed for students of psychology and the biological sciences, and medical, dental, and nursing students.
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Marian C. Diamond, Ph.D., is a Professor of Anatomy at the University of California at Berkeley. She teaches general human anatomy and neutoanatomy and has conducted numerous lines of reasearch into the effect of the environment and hormones on the forebrain. Dr. Diamond is perhaps best known for her investigations into structural changes in the cerebral cortex induced by an enriched environment and structural lateralization of the cortex as influenced by sex steroid hormones. Arnold B. Scheibel, M.D., is a Professor of Anatomy and Psychiatry at the University of California Medical School at Los Angeles and a member of the Brain Research Institute. Dr. Scheibel teaches courses in neutosciences and psychiatry. He has published numerous articles on his investigations into the parts of the brain involved in consciousness and higher mental function.
By Lucas Herculano 07 Nov 2011
The first thing you've gotta ask yourself when buying this book is that if this kind of methodology works for you. Once it's done and your answer is "Yes!", you're probably gonna like it. Always found it difficult to keep information for long periods when talking about Neurology, and this book sort of makes you comprehend and assimilate through repetition that won't make you feel tired at all (If you've gotta time, I must confess :P). As a forth year student of medical school, I think I should have bought it earlier - anyway, if you're organized enough and can commit with at least one chapter every single day, I think you'll make good progress. Thanks, bookdepository.com.