MBNS 600: INTRODUCTION TO NEURO-BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCES June 2009
Course Director: Dr. Naiphinich Kotchabhakdi Email: scnkc@mahidol.ac.th
Course Coordinator: Dr. Sukonthar Ngampramuan Email: sukonthar@hotmail.com


MBNS 600 : 2010

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Lecture 1: Introduction to Neuro Behavioral Science: Research Center for Neuroscience, Institute of Molecular Biosciences Neuro-From Millennium to the Decade of brain and Beyond.
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Lecture 2: Neuroscience: From Molecules to genes to brain and Behavior.
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Lecture 22: Social Impacts of Neuroscience Research Center for Neuroscience, Institute of Molecular Biosciences and Neuroethics
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READING MATERIALS:
PERIOD 1:
1.Marcus Jacobson: Foundation of Neuroscience. Plenum PRESS, New York, 1995
2.Federick G. Worden, Judith P. Swazey, George Adelman: The Neuroscience: Paths of Discovery. The MIT Press,  Cambridge, 1975.
3.Larry R. Squire: The History of Neuroscience in Autobiography. Volume 1-2, Society For Neuroscience,     Washington D.C., 1996 and 1998.
4.Louise H. Marshall and Horace W. Magoun: Discoveries in the Human Brain: Neuroscience Prehistory, Brain Structure and Function. Humana Press, New Jersy, 1998.
5.Nobel Prize Winners in Neuroscience.
6.The Decade of the Brain.

PERIOD 2:
1.The New Science of the Brain. Newsweek , March 27, 1995.
2.David H. Hubel : The Brain . Scientific American September 1979, page 39-47.
3.Gerald D. Fischbach : Mind and Brain.Scientific American September 1992, page 24-33.
4.Eric R. Kandel: Brain and Behavior. Chapter 1 in Eric R. Kandel , James H. Schcwartz, and Thomas M. Jessell (Eds.) Principles of Neural Science 3rd Edition, Elsevier, New York, 1991, page 5-17.

PERIOD 3:
5.Exploring the Frontiers of the Mind. Time , January 14, 1974, page 50-59.
6.The New Science of ther Brain. Newsweek , March 27, 1995.
7.Colin Blakemore : Mechanics of the Mind . Cambridge University Press, London. 1979 page1-27
8.Damasio, H. et al : The return of Phineas Gage: Clues about the brain
from the skull of a famous patient. Science 264, 1`102-1105,1994.
9.Wiener, J.M.: Theories of the Mind. in Weiner, J.M. (Ed.) Behavioral Science: A National Series of Independence Study of Medical Science, 1990.

PERIOD 4:
10. Is The Mind An Illusion? Newsweek, April 20, 1992, page 49-50.
11 F. H. Crick : Thinking about the brain. Scientific American September 1979, Page 181-188.
12.Francis Crick and Christof Koch: The Problem of Consciousness.
Scientific American, September 1992, page 111-117.
13.Horgan, J.: Can Science explain Consciousness.
Scientific American, July 1994, page 72-78.
14.Mapping the Brain. Newsweek, April 20, 1992, page 44-48

PERIOD 5:
15.Eric R. Kandel : Nerve Cells and Behavior .Chapter 2 in Eric R. Kandel , James H.
Schcwartz, and Thomas M. Jessell (Eds.) Principles of Neural Science, 3rd Edition, Elsevier , New York, 1991, page 18-32.
16.Charles F. Stevens : The Neuron.
Scientific American September 1979, page 49-59.
17.Eccles, Sir John C.: The Synapse.
Scientific American Reprint January 1965, page 2-12.
18.Kimberg, H.K. and M.D. Norenberg: Astrocytes.
Scientific American, April 1989, page 44-52.
19.Scientific American Oligodendrocytes
20.Scientific American Microglia.
21.Scientific American Schwann cell
22.James H. Schwartz : The Transport of Substances in Nerve Cells.
Scientific American April 1980 , page 152-171

PERIOD 6:
23.Eric R. Kandel : Brain and Behavior. Chapter 1 in Eric R. Kandel , James H. Schcwartz, and Thomas M. Jessell (Eds.) Principles of Neural Science 3rd Edition, Elsevier , New York, 1991, page 5-17.
24.Colin Blakemore : Mechanics of the Mind . Cambridge University Press , London. 1979 Page 1-27.
25.Damasio, H. et al: The return of Phineas Gage: Clues about the brain from the skull of a famous patient. Science 264, 1102-1105,1994.
26.Mapping the Brain. Newsweek, April 20, 1992, page 44-48
27.Walle J. H. Nauta and Michael Feirtag: The Organization of the Brain.
Scientific American , September 1979 , page 78-105.
28.Norman Geschwind: Specializations of the Human Brain.
Scientific American September 1979, page 158-168.

PERIOD 7:
29.Stephen S. Kuffler et al (Eds.) : From Neuron to Brain.
30.Walter, W. G.: The electrical activity of the brain.
Scientific American Reprint, page 2-11.
31.Wilson, V.J.: Inhibition in the central nervous system. Scientific American 1966.
31. Kandel, E. R. Nerve cell and Behaviour, Scientific American July 1970
page 57-66

PERIOD 8:
32. Eric R. Kandel : Nerve Cells and Behavior .Chapter 2 in Eric R. Kandel , James H. Schcwartz, and Thomas M. Jessell (Eds.) Principles of Neural Science 3rd Edition, Elsevier, New York, 1991, page 18-32.
33.NK-LNB: Supplementary materials for neural mechanisms for coding of sensory information.
34.Martin, J.H. Coding and processing of sensory information. in in Eric R. Kandel , James H. Schcwartz, and Thomas M. Jessell (Eds.) Principles of Neural Science 3rd Edition, Elsevier , New York, 1991, page 329-340.
35.David H. Hubel and Torsen N. wiesel ; Brain Mechanisms of Vision.
Scientific American, September 1979, page 130-144.
36.Semir Zeki : The Visual Image in Mind and Brain .
Scientific American September 1992, page 43-50.

PERIOD 9 :
37.Leslie L. Iversen : The Chemistry of the Brain.
Scientific American, September 1979, page 118-129.
38.Snyder, S.H.: The Molecular basis of communication between cells.
Scientific American, October 1985
40.Gottlieb, D.I.: GABAergic Neurons , Scientific American, February, 1988.
41.Nathanson, J.A. and P. Greengard: "Second Messengers" in the Brain. Scientific American , August 1977.
42.Bloom, F.A. : Neuropeptides. Scientific American, October 1981.
43.Dennis J. Selkoe : Aging Brain, Aging Mind .
Scientific American, September 1992, page 97-103.

PERIOD 10:
44.Routtenberg, A.: The reward system of the brain.Scientific American, November, 1978.
45..Davis, M, D. Rainnie and M. Cassell: Neurotransmission in the rat amygdala related to fear and anxiety. TINS , vol 17 , No. 5 , 1994, page 208-214.
46. Kopin, I.J.: Neurotransmitters and disorders of the basal ganglia. In Siegel et al (Eds.): Basic Neurochemistry : Molecular, Cellular and Medical aspects, 5th edition, 1994, page 900-918.

PERIOD 11:
All of the above for Examination.

PERIOD 12:
47.Seymour S. Kety: Disorders of the Human Brain.Scientific American September 1979, page 172-179.
48.Stolerman, I. : Drugs of abuse : behavioural prinbciples, methods and terms. TINS vol 13, May 1992, page 170-176.
49.Ember, L.R. : The nicotine connection .News Focus, 28 November 1994, page 8-18.

PERIOD 13:
50.W. Maxwell Cowan; The Development of the Brain.Scientific American, September 1979, page 106-117.
51.Carla J. Shatz: The Developing Brain.Scientific American September 1992, page 35-41.

PERIOD 14:
52.Casalotti, S.O : Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience, a course hand-out material.
53.Rita Levi Montalcini: Nerve Growth Factor. Scientific American.

PERIOD 15:
54.The Human Genome News: Science 291, 1177-1207, 2001.
55.The Human Genome: Science Genome Map.http://www.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/full/291/5507/1218
56. Time Magazine: The I.Q. Gene? September 13

PERIOD 16:
57.John Dobbling : The Critical Period of Brain Development.
58.Richard Wurtzman and Judith Wurtzman : Nutrition that Modify Brain Functions . Scientific American
59.Rosenzweig, M.R. , E.L. Bennett and M. C. Diamond, Brain Changes in Response to Experience. Scientific American , February , 1972 , page 22-29.
59.Doreen kimura : Sex Differences in the Brain.Scientific American September 1992, page 81-87.

PERIOD 17:
60.Eric R. Kandel : Small Systems of Neurons .Scientific American September 1979, page 61-70.
61.Willows, A.O.D. : Giant Brain cells in mollusks.Scientific American, 1971 page 68-75.
62.Nicholls, J.G. and D. Van Essen : The nervous system of the Leech .Scientific American, page 38-48.

PERIOD 18:
63.Jerison, H. J. : Paleoneurology and the evolution of the mind.Scientific American, January 1976.
64.Paul. D. MacLean : The Triune Brain , Emotion, and Scientific Basis , In F.O. Schmidt et al (Eds.) The Neuroscience Study Program, MIT Press , Boston , 1974, page 336-349.
65.Paul D. MacLean : The Limbic Brain in Relation to the Psychoses. In Perry Black (Ed.) Physiological Correlates of Emotion. Academic Press, New York 1970, page 129-146.
66.Elliot S. Gershon and Ronald O. eider : Major Disorders of Mind and Brain. Scientific American, September 1992, page 89-95.

PERIOD 19:
67.Neurosurgery in Thailand
68.Neurology in Thailand
69.Psychiatry in Thailand.

PERIOD 20:
71.Basic Instrumentation in Neurophysiology.
72.Naiphinich Kotchabhakdi : The Present Status of Neuroscience in Thailand.J. Sci. Soc. Thailand 5 (1979), 56-72.
73.Eric Kandel and Robvert D. Hawkins : The Biological Basis of Learning and Individuality. Scientific American September 1992, page 53-60.

PERIOD 21 to 24:
All of the above for examination.

Suggested Internet Websites:
1.Society for Neuroscience     http://www.sfn.org
2.International Brain Research Organization      http://www.ibro.org
3.J Neuroscience      http://www.jneurosci.org
4.Science      http://www.sciencemag.org
5.Scientific American      http://www.scientificamerican.com/
6.Trends in Neuroscience      http://tins.trends.com
7.Annual Review in Neuroscience      http://neuro.AnnualReviews.org/
8.National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA)      http://www.drugabuse.gov
9.National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and      http://www.niaaa.nih.gov/ Alcoholism
10.Nobel Foundation      http://www.nobel.se/nobel/nobel-foundation
11.National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke     http://www.ninds.nih.gov/
12.National Institute on Mental Health      http://www.nimh.nih.gov/
13.Harvard: The Whole Brain Atlas      http://www.med.harvard.edu/AANLIB/home.html
14. McConnell Brain Imaging Centre      http://www.bic.mni.mcgill.ca/
MontrĂ©al Neurological Institute, McGill University 15.BioMedNet      http://www.bmn.com