using the arrow buttons.
by clicking on the page.
the page around when zoomed in by dragging it.
the zoom using the slider when zoomed-in.
by clicking on the zoomed-in page.
by entering text in the search field, and select "This Issue" or "All Issues"
by clicking on thumbnails to select pages, and then press the print button.
displays sections with thumbnails and descriptions.
displays a slider of thumbnails. Click on a page to jump.
allows you to browse the full archive.
about your subscription?
Lions Roar : May 2014
For 24 years, The Great Courses has brought the world’s foremost educators to millions who want to go deeper into the subjects that matter most. No exams. No homework. Just a world of knowledge available anytime, anywhere. Download or stream to your laptop or PC, or use our free mobile apps for iPad, iPhone, or Android. Nearly 500 courses available at www.thegreatcourses.com. DVD $374.95 NOW $99.95 +$15 Shipping, Processing, and Lifetime Satisfaction Guarantee Priority Code: 92672 Understanding the Brain Taught by Professor Jeanette Norden VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY LECTURE TITLES 1. Historical Underpinnings of Neuroscience 2. Central Nervous System—Gross Organization 3. Central Nervous System—Internal Organization 4. Central Nervous System—Subdivisions 5. Cortex—Lobes and Areas 6. Cortex—Sensory, Motor, and Association Areas 7. Central Nervous System—Development 8. Central Nervous System—Cellular Organization 9. Pathways and Synapses 10. Neurotransmitters 11. Stroke 12. The Visual System—The Eye 13. The Visual System—The Cortex 14. The Auditory System 15. The Somatosensory System 16. Agnosias 17. The Motor System—Voluntary Movement 18. The Motor System—Coordinated Movement 19. Parkinson’s Disease 20. Language 21. The Limbic System—Anatomy 22. The Limbic System—Biochemistry 23. Depression 24. The Reward System—Anatomy 25. The Reward System—Drugs 26. Brain Plasticity 27. Emotion and Executive Function 28. Processing of Negative Emotions—Fear 29. Music and the Brain 30. Sexual Dimorphism of the Brain 31. Sleep and Dreaming 32. Consciousness and the Self 33. Alzheimer’s Disease 34. Risk Factors for Alzheimer’s Disease 35. Wellness and the Brain—Effects of Stress 36. Neuroscience—Looking Back and Looking Ahead SAVE $275 Understanding the Brain Course no. 1580 | 36 lectures (30 minutes/lecture) LIMITEDT IM EOFFER 70% off ORDER BY JUNE10 How Your Brain Works Everything you hear, feel, see, and think is controlled by your brain. It allows you to cope masterfully with your environment and is capable of producing breathtaking athletic feats, sublime works of art, and profound scientific insights. But its most amazing achievement may be that it can understand itself. Understanding the Brain takes you inside this astonishingly complex organ to show you how it works. You explore a wealth of neuroscientific topics including the structure of the brain, the relationship between brain and mind, and higher-order cognitive functions such as language, emotion, and consciousness. You also discover how the brain can continue to develop at any age, allowing you to constantly enrich the life of your mind. Taught by neuroscientist and award-winning professor Jeanette Norden, these 36 lively lectures are designed specifically for those without a background in science. Offer expires 06/10/14 1-800 -832-2412 WWW.THEGREATCOURSES.COM/6SUN