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Recommended reading for new students

Goldberg's Clinical neuroanatomy: Made ridiculously simple is a superb book outlining neuroanatomy in a simple, memorable manner. However, its principal attribute is triaging of information so that only clinically relevant facts are retained. Consequently, this short book has a strong clinical focus.

Vanderah and Gould's Nolte's the human brain, an interesting and comprehensive approach, well suited to students wishing to explore the human nervous system in more depth.