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Sensory Processing in the Mammalian Brain: Neural Substrates and Experimental Strategies

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The essays in this edited volume are written by neuroscientists distinguished for their research into the neurobiology of mammalian sensory processing. Covering a wide range of current experimental approaches to the investigation of the mammalian brain, the contributors address the nature of the central neural representation of the major sensory systems--taste, smell, hearing, sight, pain, and touch. Comparisons of their experimental rationales, methods of approach, and of the resulting data, demonstrate the commonality of ...

Sensory Processing in the Mammalian Brain: Neural Substrates and Experimental Strategies 1988, Oxford University Press, USA, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780195045543

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