[FUN_Mail] text book for applied neurobiology lab

Mike Wiest mwiest at wellesley.edu
Mon Feb 1 15:20:56 EST 2016

Hi James,

Maybe "Discovering Neurons The Experimental Basis of Neuroscience" by Paul,
Beltz and Berger-Sweeney.  I haven't actually used it myself though...

Best wishes,
Mike Wiest
Wellesley College Neuroscience

On Mon, Feb 1, 2016 at 3:07 PM, Dr. James Murray Ph.D. via FUN_Mail <
fun_mail at lists.funfaculty.org> wrote:

> I am teaching a lab-based course called Applied Neurobiology next quarter,
> and the course will involved recording from crayfish, cockroach, and snail,
> with some EEG on ourselves to boot.  I plan to require “Neurons in Action”,
> but don’t want to require a comprehensive textbook due to the expense, and
> the fact that I won’t cover most of the content therein.  NIA is great, but
> I think some students might want something that is more readable rather
> than a lab manual.  I like Matthews Cellular Physiology of Nerve and
> Muscle, and used copies are only $30.  Any other suggestions?  thanks
> Dr. James A. Murray, Ph.D.
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> California State University East Bay
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