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Lippincott's Illustrated Review of Neuroscience Duane E. Haines, PhD Professor Emeritus, Department of Anatomy, and Professor of Neurology and Professor of. Lippincott Illustrated Reviews: Neuroscience (Lippincott Illustrated Reviews Series): Medicine & Health Science Books @ Read Download Lippincott Illustrated Reviews: Neuroscience (Lippincott Illustrated Reviews Series) |PDF books PDF Free Download Here.

The following bibliographies provide listings of articles, 56 books, and book chapters published from through that focus on the ethical issues involved in translating neuroscientific research to clinical practice. The 'Decade of the Brain' is over but its effects are now becoming visible as neuropolitics and neuroethics, and in the emergence of neuroeconomies.

EMBO Rep , 9 12 Alpert S: Total information awareness—forgotten but not gone: lessons for neuroethics. Am J Bioeth , 7 5 : Handb Clin Neurol , Bergareche AM, da Rocha AC: Autonomy beyond the brain: what neuroscience offers to a more interactive, relational bioethics.

AJOB Neurosci , 2 3 : Sci Eng Ethics , 18 3 : Blakemore C et al. Neuron , 75 6 Sociol Health Illn , 35 8 : Caulfield T, Ogbogu U: Biomedical research and the commercialization agenda: a review of main considerations for neuroscience.

Account Res , 15 4 : Chatterjee A: The ethics of neuroenhancement.

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Cheshire WP: Neuroscience, nuance, and neuroethics. Ethics Med , 22 2 : Cheung EH: A new ethics of psychiatry: neuroethics, neuroscience, and technology. J Psychiatr Pract , 15 5 : Biosocieties , Cohen PD et al. Neurotherapeutics , 4 3 : Crozier S: [Neuroethics: ethical issues in neurosciences].

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Rev Prat , 63 5 : Decker M, Fleischer T: Contacting the brain—aspects of a technology assessment of neural implants. Biotechnol J , 3 12 : Di Luca M et al.

Eur J Neurosci , 33 5 Nat Biotechnol , 25 4 : Farah MJ: Neuroethics: the practical and the philosophical. Trends Cogn Sci , 9 1 : J Cogn Neurosci , 19 3 : J Cogn Neurosci , 20 6 : Neurosurg Clin N Am , 14 2 : Innovation , 11 2 : Ford PJ: Special section on clinical neuroethics consultation: introduction.

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HEC Forum , 20 3 : Fry CL: A descriptive social neuroethics is needed to reveal lived identities. Am J Bioeth , 9 9 : Curr Opin Psychiatry , 19 6 : Neurosci Res , 57 1 : Fukushi T, Sakura O: Exploring the origin of neuroethics: from the viewpoints of expression and concepts.

Am J Bioeth , 8 1 : Fukushi T, Sakura O: [Introduction of neuroethics: out of clinic, beyond academia in human brain research]. Rinsho Shinkeigaku , 48 11 : Galpern WR et al. Lancet Neurol , 11 7 : Glannon W: Neuroethics.

Bioethics , 20 1 : Nat Rev Neurosci , 5 6 : Utop Prax Latinoam , 11 33 : Hauser SL: What ethics integration looks like in neuroscience research.

Ann Neurol , 75 5 : Illes J: Empirical neuroethics: can brain imaging visualize human thought? Illes J: Empowering brain science with neuroethics. Lancet , : Illes J et al. Nat Rev Neurosci , 6 12 : Neurons are much more than that, but how much more was not recognized until the publication of the work of Italian histologist Camillo Golgi Figure 2.

In , Golgi discovered that by soaking brain tissue in a silver chromate solution, now called the Golgi stain, a small percentage of neurons became darkly colored in their entirety Figure 2.

This revealed that the neuronal cell body, the region of the neuron around the nucleus that is shown with the Nissl stain, is actually only a small fraction of the total structure of the neuron. Notice in Figures 2. The swollen region containing the cell nucleus has several names that are used interchangeably: cell body, soma plural: somata , and perikaryon plural: perikarya.

The thin tubes that radiate away from the soma are called neurites and are of two types: axons and dendrites Figure 2.

The cell body usually gives rise to a single axon. The axon is of uniform diameter throughout its length, and if it branches, the branches generally extend at right angles.

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The top side of the spinal cord is the dorsal side, and the bottom side is the ventral side. If we look down on the nervous system, we see that it may be divided into two equal halves Figure 7. The right side of the brain and spinal cord is the mirror image of the left side. This characteristic is known as bilateral symmetry. With just a few exceptions, most structures within the nervous system come in pairs, one on the right side and the other on the left.

The invisible line running down the middle of the nervous system is called the midline, and this gives us another way to describe anatomical references. Structures closer to the midline are medial; structures farther away from the midline are lateral.For example, brain imaging coupled with physiological numerical models and theories of fundamental mechanisms may shed light on psychiatric disorders. Now customize the name of a clipboard to store your clips.

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Neurology works with diseases of the central and peripheral nervous systems, such as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis ALS and stroke , and their medical treatment. But this is not the only interpretation. Schmitt , and Stephen Kuffler as having played critical roles in establishing the field.

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