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This collection from Cold Spring Harbor Perspectives in Biology captures the current excitement in invertebrate neurobiology, from the manipulation of activity in specified neurons to the investigation of behavior. The monograph emphasizes the evolutionary aspects of neurobiology and work on non-model species. The chapters, from internationally respected contributors, incorporate trenchant findings but also identify important outstanding questions. The volume will inspire graduate students and post-docs, and provide a good starting point for any scientist who wants to learn about this resurgent field.
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[T]he book will be a useful source of information for researchers, as well as for teachers in preparing advanced level lectures. I recommend that every Neuroscientist ensures they have access to it.
The Journal of Experimental Biology
This book succeeds overall in confirming that invertebrate brains still have much to contribute and that there is a wealth of wonderful material that could be pulled together to inform a new level of understanding of brain function.
The Quarterly Review of Biology
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