Methods of Behavior Analysis in Neuroscience
by Jerry J Buccafusco
Publisher: CRC Press 2009
Number of pages: 360
Behavioral techniques used in animals to model human diseases and predict effects of novel drugs are as varied as the numbers of scientists who use them. Consequently, behavioral analysis is becoming an increasingly indispensable tool for the neuroscientist as information gained at the molecular and cellular level is put into practice in fully behaving animal subjects.
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