Carl Schoonover is a doctoral candidate in neurobiology and behavior at Columbia University, where he is a National Science Foundation Graduate Fellow.
The pictures are gorgeous: it would make a great coffee table book.
The book, Portraits of the Mind by Carl Schoonover is an exquisite book treasure that thrills the reader who wants both pictorial beauty and fact uncovered in a book.
This book catalogs state of the art imaging techniques used to explore the brain and nervous system.
This book catalogs state of the art imaging techniques used to explore the brain and nervous system. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Laura
More of a coffee table book, than a book to learn from. So if you want to look at pretty pictures that don't tell you much about what is going on, this is a book for you.Published 10 months ago by F. Mackenzie
I work in part for the National Center for Microscopy and Imaging Research (NCMIR) where many of these images originated. Read morePublished 13 months ago by S penticoff
Got this as a gift for a friend in cognitive neuroscience. She really liked it, and even though it's not my area, I did as well. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Jeremy
found on amazon, fair price, delivered quickly, gift for a friend who expressed intrest in this book, so a gift i made of it and it was received well.Published 21 months ago by Tracy
This is a superb book, received it as a gift. Wonderful for anyone interested in visualizing the nexus of art and science. Excellent visuals, clearly stated ideas. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Charles
An amazing exploration of the brain through history up to present day. From the milestones of neurology such as phrenology, to todays technological portraits as fascinating feats... Read morePublished on July 16, 2011 by C. S. ALD