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         Neurobiology:     more books (100)
  1. Neurobiology of Stress Ulcers (Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences) by Daniel E. Hernandez, 1990-06
  2. Handbook of Neurochemistry and Molecular Neurobiology: Neural Protein Metabolism and Function (Springer Reference)
  3. Neurobiology of Mastication
  4. The Fly Neuromuscular Junction:Structure and Function, Volume 75: Second Edition (International Review of Neurobiology) (International Review of Neurobiology)
  5. Handbook of Neurochemistry and Molecular Neurobiology: Amino Acids and Peptides in the Nervous System (Handbook of Neurochemistry and Molecular Neurobiology)
  6. Molecular And Cellular Neurobiology by M. K., Ed. Thakur, 2005-07-15
  7. Neurobiology of Violence (2nd Edition) by Jan Volavka, 2002-09-15
  8. Catatonia: From Psychopathology to Neurobiology
  9. Neurobiology of Human Values (Research and Perspectives in Neurosciences)
  10. Neurobiology of Learning & Memory
  11. The Neurobiology of ôWe" by Dan Siegel, 2008-05
  12. In Situ Hybridization Protocols for the Brain, Second Edition (International Review of Neurobiology, Volume 47) (International Review of Neurobiology)
  13. Peptides In Neurobiology (Mathematical Concepts and Methods in Science and Engineering)
  14. The Neurobiology of Parental Behavior (Hormones, Brain, and Behavior) by Michael Numan, Thomas R. Insel, 2003-06-11

101. Neuroscience Program, Tulane University
Research strengths include neuroendocrinology, ion channels, sensory systems, cortical structure and function, signal transduction mechanisms, neuropeptides, computer modeling of neural nets, memory, and developmental neurobiology.
Neuroscience Program
Welcome to the Neuroscience Program at Tulane University! This site will provide you with information about the department, the faculty, the graduate program, and much more.
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1430 Tulane Ave. SL-2
New Orleans, LA 70112 Q uestions about this site? Phone
Email Richard E. Harlan, Ph.D., Director
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102. Rochester Review V59 N3--Features
Feature article on neurobiology researcher David Felton. Also explores the nervous system to immune system connection.
The Rochester Review, University of Rochester, Rochester, New York, USA
The Mind-BODY Connection:
Granny Was Right, After All
Can your mental state influence your susceptibility to disease? Much of the scientific evidence that this is so has been coming out of the University Medical Center department headed by neurobiologist David Felten. Benefiting, he says, "simply from being in the right field at the right time," MacArthur "genius grant" winner David Felten has become one of the leading researchers in the emerging field of mind-body medicine. If you color outside the lines, you'll have a lot of people trying to break your Crayolas. When you're the first with something, it's not easy getting other people to take you seriously." Sporting a jaunty seasonal tie (Warner Brothers 'toons) and seated on his office sofa alongside a companionable (and life-sized) stuffed wolf, neurobiologist David Felten is talking about his work. "Our grandmothers knew all along that our minds and our bodies were connected, even if the scientific community didn't. We've simply provided irrefutable data showing that it's true." Blame it on Descartes that the scientific community has for centuries been contradicting Granny on the matter of an anatomical link between the physical and the psychological.

103. Neurobiology .com
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How our descendants will rewrite the vertebrate genome,
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104. -- Usage
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105. Social Anxiety Disorder (Social Phobia) : Effective Treatment 2004
A sufferer gives a clear and concise introduction to this disorder symptoms, neurobiology and research, with detailed information on a wide range of drug treatments. Includes bibliography.
Social Anxiety Disorder (Social Phobia)
Effective Treatment 2004
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Welcome to my website! Shy kid and Social Anxiety Disorder (formerly called Social Phobia) since teens, my Social Anxiety became pretty severe by late high school. At 26 I finally found out the name "Social Phobia" and that it was medically treatable. Substantial improvement in the quality of life is within the reach of most all with untreated Social Anxiety Disorder. Current research is being done to promote earlier diagnosis and treatment (onset in the childhood or teenage years is common).
A Recent Abstract on Social Anxiety Disorder:
Journal of Clinical Psychiatry 2001;62 Suppl 12:24-9
Comorbidity, Neurobiology, and Pharmacotherapy of Social Anxiety Disorder.
Pollack MH, Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston 02114
Symptoms of Social Anxiety Disorder:
Social Anxiety Disorder is a persistent fear of one or more situations in which the person is exposed to possible scrutiny by others and fears that he or she may do something or act in a way that will be humiliating or embarrassing. It exceeds normal "shyness" when it leads to excessive social avoidance and substantial social or occupational impairment. Feared activities may include most any type of social interaction, especially small groups, dating, parties, talking to strangers, restaurants, etc. Physical symptoms include "mind going blank", fast heartbeat, blushing, stomach ache. Cognitive distortions are a hallmark, and learned about in CBT. Thoughts are often self-defeating and inaccurate.

106. Graduate School Programs - Neurobiology
Directory of neurobiology graduate and postgraduate school programs, including contact information, program descriptions and links to leading programs world
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107. Neurobiology Of Sleep-Wakefulness Cycle
The journal publishes the results of original basic and clinical investigations concerning the integrative activity of the central nervous system in humans and animals.

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108. Department Of Neurobiology Web Site
Information about neurobiology research, graduate programs, UAB neurobiology and neurosciences. Welcome to the UAB Department of neurobiology web site.
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Welcome to the UAB Department of Neurobiology web site.
Follow the links to learn about our faculty, research, and academic programs. Existing Science Linking Exposure to Certain Neurotoxicants to Learning and Developmental Disabilities in Children Will Be One of Several Primary Topics at First LDDI National Conference
The first major national meeting of the Learning and Developmental Disabilities Initiative (LDDI) will be held at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, MD on May 19, 2004. Please see the meeting Flyer Agenda , and Invitation Letter for more information. Persons interested in attending should register by May 3, 2004. If you are interested in attending the meeting, please print out and complete the Confirmation Form and mail it to the Institute for Children's Environmental Health (ICEH) at 1646 Dow Rd., Freeland, WA 98249 or fax it to 360-331-7904. Please register by May 3, 2004. You may also contact ICEH by phone at (360) 331-7904 or by e-mail at

109. - Neurosciences On The Internet
Searchable index of neurobiology, neurology, neurosurgery, psychiatry, psychology, and cognitive science resources.

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A searchable and browsable index of neuroscience resources available on the Internet: Neurobiology, neurology, neurosurgery, psychiatry, psychology, cognitive science sites and information on human neurological diseases.
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110. Sumanas, Inc. Animation Development: Neurobiology
Animated Tutorials neurobiology/Biopsychology Click on the icon to view the animation. TITLE Synaptic Transmission FORMAT Shockwave
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111. - The Neuro Orthopaedic Institute
David Butler's site with a focus on pain, neurobiology, the nervous system and manual therapy; including case studies, article reviews and discussion groups.
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The Neuro Orthopaedic Institute is an independent, international group of physical therapists dedicated to quality education and resource distribution. Our major areas of focus are related to human pain states and include:
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    112. Neurobiology FU-Berlin
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    113. Neurobiology Of Disease
    Major international journal at the interface between basic and clinical neuroscience.
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    Neurobiology of Disease is a major international journal at the interface between basic and clinical neuroscience. The journal provides a forum for the publication of top quality research papers on: molecular and cellular definitions of disease mechanisms, the neural systems and underpinning behavioral disorders, the genetics of inherited neurological and psychiatric diseases, nervous system aging, and findings relevant to the development of new therapies.
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    114. NPB - Neurobiology, Physiology, And Behavior
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    116. UAMS Department Of Anatomy And Neurobiology
    The Chairman of the UAMS Department of Anatomy and neurobiology is Dr. Gwen V. Childs. This web site is maintained by Dr. Patrick Tank.
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    118. Affymetrix - Rat Neurobiology U34 Array
    Find detailed product information and links to support materials for the GeneChip® Rat neurobiology U34 Array. Rat neurobiology U34 Array.
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    Professor of philosophy, psychology, neurobiology and related fields at Duke University. Biography, pictures and books for sale.
    Welcome Owen Flanagan is James B. Duke Professor of Philosophy at Duke University. He is also Professor of Psychology and Brain Sciences and Professor of Neurobiology at Duke, as well as Faculty Fellow in the Graduate Program in Cognitive Neuroscience. The author of the classic Consciousness Reconsidered , he lives in Durham, North Carolina.
    University of Philosophy
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    Psychology, Neurobiology 201 West Duke Building
    East Campus, Box 90743
    Durham, No. Carolina 27707
    Owen Flanagan (Ph.D. 1977, Boston University) joined the Duke faculty in 1993 as Chair of the Department of Philosophy. He also holds appointments in Psychology, Neurobiology, and is Professor in the Graduate Program in Literature. He was previously class of 1919 Professor of Philosophy and Chair of the Philosophy Department at Wellesley College.
    During the 1985-1986 academic year, he was a visiting member of the Department of Philosophy at Duke University. He has also had visiting positions at Brandeis, Princeton, Harvard, and La Trobe in Australia as well as several fellowships from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
    In 1993-1994, Flanagan was President of the Society for Philosophy and Psychology. In 1998, he was recipient of the Romanell National Phi Beta Kappa award, given annually to one American philosopher for distinguished contributions to philosophy and the public understanding of philosophy. In 1999, he was invited by the Mind and Life Institute to attend a small conference in Darhamsala, India with the Dalai Lama on the topic of "Destructive Emotions." A book on the meetings, "

    120. Ingo Bormuth
    neurobiology, theoretical developmental biology, computer science.
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