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    Hey, I read on a thread long ago that there are recommended books for neuroscience but I cant seem to find the list anywhere can anyone help ?
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    Here's one on psychology, with some overlap into neuroscience. I might add a section now on there...

    I'd recommend basic vision on there, really is quite a fun textbook on how the visual system works. I'd avoid things like Oliver Sacks and really mainstream pop neuroscience stuff (just because the science often isn't very good, and everyone talks about Oliver Sacks).
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    (Original post by iammichealjackson)
    Here's one on psychology, with some overlap into neuroscience. I might add a section now on there...

    I'd recommend basic vision on there, really is quite a fun textbook on how the visual system works. I'd avoid things like Oliver Sacks and really mainstream pop neuroscience stuff (just because the science often isn't very good, and everyone talks about Oliver Sacks).
    Thank you for your help
 
 
 
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