[A] thorough and richly informative book.
Throughout the volume, the writing style gives a clear, even, concise, expository flow with an excellent balance of detailed methodology and findings of each study, with helpful interpretations of their juxtapositions to other studies. For the student in the field, this is a treasure trove. For clinicians or researchers in other areas who want a reference that will guide an understanding of this timely field, this will be invaluable and highly recommended.
- Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, Aug. 2005
Each chapter includes an introduction to topic matter, data, discussion, and is referenced for additional reading which makes this a reader friendly book.
[A] good start for those who are interested in understanding how to modulate behavior related to timing events, and external and internal stimuli.
[The book] is well organized and reader friendly, particularly for those who have some knowledge in psychology and neurobiology.
- Contemporary Topics in Laboratory Animal Science, Vol. 43, No. 4, July 2004