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Foundations of the Neuron Doctrine: 25th Anniversary Edition, 2ed

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The neuron doctrine, first formulated in 1891, states that the brain is constructed of individual neurons, organized into functioning circuits that mediate behavior. It is the fundamental principal that underlies all of neuroscience and clinical neurology. Foundations of the Neuron Doctrine gives an authoritative account of how this theory was the product of an explosion of histological studies and vigorous debates near the end of the nineteenth century by an extraordinary group of scientists, led by Santiago Ramon y Cajal of Spain, using a selective stain discovered by Camillo Golgi of Italy.
They were the first to describe the distinctive branching patterns of nerve cells, providing evidence that the cells interact as individual units to form circuits, opposed however by Golgi, who held out for a view that the nerve cells form syncytial networks. Studies in the 1950s appeared to confirm the nerve cell as an individual unit, as embodied in the neuron doctrine, which became the basis for the rise of concepts of normal and disordered neural function since then.
This 25th Anniversary Edition is timely. Recent studies are showing a much greater degree of complexity in neuronal organization, so that the debate of neuron versus network is again coming to the fore in neuroscience research. Unique to this Anniversary Edition is the inclusion of commentaries by distinguished international leaders – Marina Bentivoglio, Xavier De Felipe, Sten Grillner, Paolo Mazzarello, Larry Swanson, and Rafael Yuste – on the continuing relevance of the neuron doctrine for modern studies of the brain at all levels, from genes and molecules to microcircuits, neural networks, and behavior. As this new wave of modern studies expands our concepts of nervous function as the basis of behavior, Foundations of the Neuron Doctrine will be a unique source providing conceptual continuity from classical times to the present and into the future.

With commentaries from

Marina Bentivoglio
Paolo Mazzarello
Javier DeFelipe
Larry Swanson
Sten Grillner
Rafael Yuste

About the Author

Gordon M. Shepherd is Professor of Neurobiology at Yale University School of Medicine. He carries out research on the olfactory pathway as a simple system for the microcircuit organization of the brain. He is a former Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Neurophysiology and Journal of Neuroscience. His books include Handbook of Brain Microcircuits (edited with Sten Grillner) and Creating Modern Neuroscience.

Contents

۱.Introduction
۲. From the Beginnings to the Cell Theory
۳. Do Nerve Cells Belong in the Cell Theory?
۴. Nerve Cells or Nerve Nets?
۵. KOIliker Gives In
۶. Support Builds for Networks
۷. The Nerve Cell Studies of Freud
۸. The Revolutionary Method of Golgi
۹. A Neuron Theory Begins to Take Form: His, Forel, Nansen
۱۰. Ramon y Cajal: The Shock of Recognition
۱۱. The Early Discoveries of Cajal
۱۲. The Laws of Cajal
۱۳. Joining the Mainstream
۱۴. The Neuron Doctrine
۱۵. The Law of Dynamic Polarization
۱۶. Controversy
۱۷. The Synapse and the Growth Cone
۱۸. Forging a Consensus
۱۹. Confrontation in Stockholm
۲۰. Modem Revisions of the Neuron Doctrine

قیمت : 3000 تومان
لینک کوتاه : https://bookbaz.ir/?p=23540
نویسنده : Gordon M Shepherd
ناشر : Oxford University Press; 2 edition
سال انتشار : 2016
زبان کتاب : انگلیسی
نوع فایل : PDF
تعداد صفحات : 385
(ISBN) شابک : 0190259388
قیمت کتاب درآمازون : $58.59
حجم فایل : 5 MB

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