The Brain Sciences: An Introduction
by Timothy J. Teyler — 1978
The human brain is probably the most complexly organized matter in the universe. Unravelling its mysteries has occupied the minds of scientists from a variety of disciplines. The three most basic disciplines upon which the brain sciences rest are anatomy, physiology, and chemistry. Each of the individuals in these disciplines is seeking to answer the question, what is the brain and how does it function?
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