In her article "Can computers untangle the neural net?"1 Karen Heyman mentions several recent books on computational neuroscience but notes that these are generally advanced texts. I wanted to mention another recent book: William Lytton's From Computer to Brain.2 This text presents the field without prerequisites and furnishes an accessible introduction to computational neuroscience.

Mark Stewart, MD, PhDSUNY Downstate Medical Center Brooklyn, NY mark.stewart@downstate.edu

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