eBook Brain Repair download
by Bruno Will,Donald G. Stein
Author: Bruno Will,Donald G. Stein
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA; 2 edition
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Donald G. Stein is Professor of Psychobiology and former Dean of the .
Donald G. Stein is Professor of Psychobiology and former Dean of the Graduate School at Rutgers University. Simon Brailowsky is Professor of Neuroscience at the National University of Mexico. Bruno Will is Professor of Behavioral neuroscience at Louis Pasteur University, Strasbourg, France. Introduction: Brain Repair is an older book, especially for a scientific subject, which may concern perspective readers. To address this concern, I would say that it is a refreshing view on the subject of brain repair, even by today's standards.
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Sixty years ago, the Nobel laureate Santiago Ramon y Cajal stated that. In Brain Repair, three internationally renowned neuroscientists team up to off Sixty years ago, the Nobel laureate Santiago Ramon y Cajal stated that "in the adult brain, nervous pathways are fixed and immutable; everything may die, nothing may be regenerated. Today, however, remarkable discoveries from laboratories around the world offer a much more optimistic prognosis. Stein, Simon Brailowsky, Bruno Will. Here is a book that anyone interested in how the brain works will find fascinating and enjoyable. Written in a highly readable style, the book looks at how the damaged brain can be repaired and reconstructed. Neuroplasticity stresses that cells throughout the brain can not only regenerate, but can adapt their function to assume critical roles once performed by damaged tissue.
Brain Repair is well-written and flows from chapter to chap-ter with a consistency one would expect from a single author. Without detracting from the ease with which the text flows, the authors reference the text well in efforts to encourage the inter-ested reader to seek out the original work. I highly recommend this book to neuroscientists, practitioners and lay readers alike.
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