Dr Philippa Garner
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue
The following textbooks may often contain a specific chapter on a particular lecture topic – you are not required to read all of them, but you may find that a particular textbook “style” suits you better than another. There are specific Neuroanatomy textbooks which may provide more detail on structure rather than function.
The first section contains textbooks suitable for level 2 lectures, with more advanced/detailed information available in the textbooks in the second section.
Section 1 – background for level 2 lectures
BEAR, M.F., CONNORS, B.W. & PARADISO, M.A. (2006) Neuroscience : exploring the brain 3rd edition. Baltimore, MD : Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Available as an Online Course reading in the VLE CHAPTER 7
CROSSMAN, A.R. & Neary, D (2005) Neuroanatomy : An Illustrated Colour Text 3rd edition, Churchill Livingstone
PURVES, D., AUGUSTINE, G.J., FITZPATRICK, D., HALL, W.C., LaMANTIA, A.S., McNAMARA, J.O. & WHITE, L.E. (2012) Neuroscience 5 th edition, Sinauer Associates, New York
Section 2 – more advanced reading for level 2 lectures
CARPENTER, R. H.S (2003) Neurophysiology . 4th Edition. London, Arnold.
FELDMAN, R.S. et al (1997) Principles of neuropsychopharmacology .. Sunderland, Mass. : Sinauer Associates
KANDEL, E.R., SCHWARTZ, J.H. & JESSELL, T.M. (2006) Principles of neural science 5th edition. New York ; London: McGraw-Hill
PURVES, D., BRANNON, E.M., CABEZA, R., HUETTEL, S.A., LaBAR, K.S., PLATT, M.L. & WOLDORFF, M.G. (2008) Principles of cognitive neuroscience Sinauer Associates, New York
SQUIRE, L.R. et al (2008) Fundamental neuroscience 3rd edition. London : Academic
Section 3 - study skills advice
Online Course Readings
Bear, Mark F., (2006) Appendix: An illustrated guide to neuroanatomy . FROM: Bear, Mark F., Neuroscience : exploring the brain, 3rd ed. pp.202-252. Baltimore: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE
This list was last updated on 06/08/2013