W. Calvin (was understanding neuroscience)

From: Amara Graps (amara@amara.com)
Date: Thu Mar 16 2000 - 13:57:57 MST

>From: bradbury@aeiveos.com (Robert J. Bradbury), Date: Mon, 13 Mar 2000
>Subject: Re: understanding neuroscience

>On Thu, 2 Sep 1999, Clint O'Dell wrote:
>> Are you talking about Calvin as in the comic strip?
>No, William Calvin, a neuroscientist at the Univ. of Washington.
>He has written several books, "The Cerebral Code", and "How
>Brains think". These are very educational as to one plausible
>suggestion as to how thoughts "work".

I have found William Calvin's writings to be really fun and
really interesting. I'm reading _The Cerebral Code_ now.

For any of you who have not heard of him, I suggest spending
some time browsing at his Web site. It's like brain candy.



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