Eye, Brain, and Vision
by David H. Hubel
Publisher: W. H. Freeman 1995
Number of pages: 256
Hubel begins by explaining the structure and function of the retina and visual areas of the brain, then proceeds to more complex phenomena, such as how the brain and eyes together produce stereoscopic and color vision. A Nobel Prize winner who has studied vision for over 30 years, he combines expertise with lucid style and an ability to cut through details to the essential point.
Home page url
Download or read it online here:
(multiple PDF files)
by T. Reichenbach, A. J. Hudspeth - arXiv
To detect and process sound, the ear employs a highly nonlinear, adaptive, real-time spectral analyzer: the cochlea. Sound excites vibration of the eardrum and the three miniscule bones of the middle ear, the last of which acts as a piston ...
- National Academies Press
Neuroinflammation is a burgeoning area of interest in academia and biopharma, with an acknowledged role in many CNS disorders. There is little agreement on the pathophysiological mechanisms that underlie the manifestations of neuroinflammation.
by Matthew Hogan, Bruce Altevogt - National Academies Press
The workshop 'From Molecules to Minds' was organized so that representatives of all corners of the neuroscience world could provide updates on the latest advances in the field, and then discuss how they related to the concept of Grand Challenges.
by Farid Sadaka - InTech
This book provides an overview of the management of patients with traumatic brain injury, in a stepwise approach, from the intensive care unit, through to discharge from the hospital, rehabilitation, recovery and assimilation in family and society.