8vo. VG/VG-. medium gray DJ spine and panels with dark red title, author and publisher uppercase lettering. chipping and lettering, tiny closed cuts and wear to perimeter, jacket-wide. dark blue clothbound HB, with gilt-stamped titling, gently worn extremities. prior owner's signature on right fep. skimmed ivory textblock, neat edges all sides. 260 pp. Rockville.
Good. Good green cloth hardcover with gilt lettering, ex college library with the usual features including a white label on the spine. The text is clean and unmarked; the book is tight and square. No dust jacket-small stain on the front cover. We appreciate your order! Packaged and shipped by shelf-worn bibliophiles.
Very good No DJ. First Edition. Lightly read. Sunning to spine. Light scuffing to covers. Previous owner taped DJ front flap to inside front cover of book. Binding is tight. From the Preface: This book is not a treatise on cerebral mechanisms but an attempt to solve a specific problem: the origin of the nervous system's unique ability to produce adaptive behaviour.
Good. Dust jacket missing. First edition THUS. Shelf and handling wear to cover and binding, with general signs of previous use. First American Edition, Wiley, 1952. Foxing to endpapers and edges of textblock.
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