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English Copyright: During the second half of the 20th century, the study of the nervous system moved from a peripheral position within the biological and psychological sciences to become an interdisciplinary field called neuroscience. It will hopefully make neuroscience more accessible to a wide range of readers, from students making their first acquaintance with the field to general readers seeking information about specific topics. The principal organization of the Encyclopedia lies in the alphabetically arranged list of entries. The Senior Editors are grateful to the Developmental Editors at Elsevier, Michael Bevan and Joanna de Souza, and the Editorial Assistant, Caroline Phipps, for capably managing the formidable task of assembling and organizing the contents of the Encyclopedia. Back to top.
To assemble the entries, the Senior Editors identified 46 major areas of the discipline and then invited 46 Associate Editors, all experts in their field, to survey the content of neuroscience within each of these areas.
Each Associate Editor then invited 30 to 40 authors to prepare articles on specific topics, with the objective of obtaining complete coverage for each area.
Many of the authors are the recognized leaders in their field. The result is a compendium of expert articles representing the current world of neuroscience—the most important research, the most powerful tools, and the most promising applications.
Most of the entries are self-contained reviews that can be read as independent articles.
Extensive cross-listing at the conclusion of each entry directs readers to articles on related topics. The principal organization of the Encyclopedia lies in the alphabetically arranged list of entries.
In addition, the comprehensive subject classification will help readers find related topics and appreciate the structure of the discipline. While no single reference work in neuroscience can claim to include every notable idea and fact about the brain, the Senior Editors hope that these volumes provide a summary of contemporary neuroscience that is both comprehensive and instructive. Neuroscience is still a developing field, but the Encyclopedia will have succeeded if it conveys the considerable promise that neuroscience offers for conquering the diseases that affect the nervous system and for understanding the brain, the mind, and ourselves.
The Senior Editors are grateful to the Developmental Editors at Elsevier, Michael Bevan and Joanna de Souza, and the Editorial Assistant, Caroline Phipps, for capably managing the formidable task of assembling and organizing the contents of the Encyclopedia.
Andrew Lowe, the Production Product Manager diligently brought both the print and on-line versions of the project through its several stages of production. This online reference work is available exclusively on ScienceDirect!
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