Hardbound, 962 Pages
Published: October 1999
(...)the first (volume) to approach brain and behavior research in a truly multi-disciplinary fashion.(...)the book epitomizes the coming of age of molecular and genetic approaches in the understanding of brain function. The greatest strength of the book is that it speaks the language of the experimental psychologist that wants to explore molecular and genetic approaches, and at the same time communicates well with the molecular geneticist searching for behavioral avenues to investigate a phenotype, or establish a model system. For the aficionados, this book offers a reference volume that underscores the current trend for a synthesis of behavioral, molecular and genetic approaches with which to understand the link between genes and molecules, neuronal activity and behavior. As such this manual should be required reading for all newcomers to the field.
(E.M.C. Skoulakis, Texas A & M, College Station, TX, USA), Trends in Neurosciences