A monograph on Neuroscience written to introduce the reader to the basic sciences of the Nervous System: Neurobiology and Behavioral Science. The text is conceptually illustrated and written in a familiar way to encourage the reader to participate to better understand him or her self. Further, encompassing the material contained within this monograph presented with tripartite logic in relation to the biologic and behavioral material will form a foundation for a more meaningful in depth study of the Nervous System and all of its ramifications.
The Appendix contains a book of poetry written in concert with the creation of this monograph.
The author is a retired Medical Educator, Physician and Surgeon and Board Certified in Neurological Surgery. Received his Medical Education from the University of Washington, Seattle, WA and the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC and Neuroscience oriented study and training through a Guggenheim Fellowship served at the Anatomical Institute, University Oslo, Norway. He served on the Faculty and in various administrative post in the Medical Schools at the University of Washington, University of Florida and University of South Alabama from which he retired to Mukilteo, WA, USA.