Encyclopedia of the Human Brain places all information in a single source with clearly written summaries. Covering anatomy, physiology, neuropsychology, clinical neurology, neuropharmacology, evolutionary biology, genetics and behavioral science, this four-volume work contains more than 200 peer-reviewed, signed articles from experts around the world.
Articles range from five to 30 pages each, and contain a definition, glossary, outline and suggested readings in addition to the body of the article. Lavishly illustrated, the work includes more than 1,000 figures, many in full color. Managing both breadth and depth, Encyclopedia of the Human Brain is a must-have reference work for life science libraries and researchers investigating the human brain.