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Neuroscience

Guide to finding research sources for neuroscience papers and projects.

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GUIDES TO CONDUCTING NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH

For the most recent guides, search our Library Catalog using this search strategy:

      (neuroscience OR neurosciences OR brain) AND (research OR methodology)

 

Example titles include:


Guide to Research Techniques in Neuroscience

Matt Carter, Jennifer Shieh ; acquisition editor Natalie Farra ; designer Greg Harris.

Second edition. Amsterdam, Netherlands : Academic Press 2015

RC337 .H38 2011
Harrington, M.  (2011). The design of experiments in neuroscience.  Thousand Oaks, CA:  Sage.

RC337 .C37 2010 eb
Carter, M.  (2010).  Guide to research techniques in neuroscience.  Boston:  Elsevier/Academic Press.

QP408 .H695 2010
Howard-Jones, P.  (2010). 
Introducing neuroeducational research : neuroscience, education and the brain from contexts to practice.  New York:  Routledge.

RC343 .G53 2007 
Glannon, W.  (2007).  Bioethics and the brain.  Oxford: Oxford University Press.


RC343 .N44 2006 

Illes, J.  (Ed.). (2006).  Neuroethics: Defining the issues in theory, practice, and policyOxford: Oxford University Press.

RC337 .G85 2003 eb
Committee on Guidelines for the Use of Animals in Neuroscience and Behavioral Research. (2003). Guidelines for the care and use of mammals in neuroscience and behavioral research. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press.

QP376 .S764 2001
Steriade, M. (2001). The intact and sliced brain. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

RC341 .T44 2001
Machamer, P. K., Grush, R., & McLaughlin, P.  (Eds.). (2001). Theory and method in the neurosciences.   Pittsburgh, PA.: University of Pittsburgh Press.

QP355.2 .N48 1997

Martin, R.  (Ed.).  (1997).  Neuroscience methods: A guide for advanced students.  Amsterdam: Harwood Academic.