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date: 19 November 2019

(p. v) Oxford Handbooks in Neuroscience

(p. v) Oxford Handbooks in Neuroscience

The Oxford Handbooks in Neuroscience series features authoritative, critical, and original perspectives on the state of the science, research trends, and future research needs in neuroscience, as well as on the relationship of research to applications in health and disease. Written by noted experts, these published review articles provide a critical survey of the current state of research on a topic, and insightful discussions on the future directions of that research in this fast-moving field. Oxford Handbooks in Neuroscience is thus a premier source for sophisticated reviews on cutting-edge topics for experienced and new researchers, educators, leaders, technicians, and students. This series provides the kind of critical and original perspectives that readers need to advance the total scope of issues integral to, and associated with, neuroscience and its many related fields.

Gordon M. Shepherd

Editor in Chief

Oxford Handbooks in Neuroscience

Editorial Board

Gordon M. Shepherd (Editor in Chief), Yale University

John H. Byrne, University of Texas Medical School

Moses Chao, New York University School of Medicine

Leonard Kaczmarek, Yale University

Anna Menini, Scuola Internazionale Superiore di Studi Avanzati

Donald Pfaff, The Rockefeller University (p. vi)