Neuroscience, Sixth Edition Instructor Resources


Instructor resources for Neuroscience, Sixth edition. The following resources are included for each chapter:

  • Figure JPEGs
  • Figure PowerPoints
  • Test Bank

Please Note: These resources are bundled in ZIP archives by chapter. To download, select a chapter in the left-hand menu, download the ZIP archive of resources for that chapter, then un-zip the archive after downloading.

The accompanying program Sylvius 4 Online, is available here


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Other resources for Neuroscience, Sixth Edition Instructor Resources

Student resources to accompany Purves et al., Neuroscience, Sixth Edition.

Sylvius 4 Online

The accompanying program Sylvius 4 Online, is available here.

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