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The Books where we sourced information
All information were written by the team members. However facts and ideas were adapted from the books below.
Introduction to Artificial Intelligence.
Charniak Eugene, McDermott, Drew.
Publisher: Addison Wesley: Canada, 1987.
Publisher: Massachusetts: Cambridge, 1995.
A Functional Theory Of Cognition
Norman H. Anderson
Publisher: Lawrence Earlbaum Associates: New Jersey, USA, 1996
Introduction to the human body - the essentials of anatomy and physiology
Gerard J. Tortara
Publisher: Benjamin Cummings
Clinton L. Benjamin
Gregory R. Garman .
James H. Funstun
Publisher : Mcgraw Hill
Schizophrenia- The Facts
Ming T. Tsuang
Stephen V. Faraone
The New Illustrated Medical Encyclpedia and Guide to Family Health
Robert E. Rothenberg, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Websites where we sourced information
Howard Hughes Medical Institute - A great resource for up to date info on the brain, and science in general. Features lots of user friendly, kid related activities as well as many interactive features.
Brain & Mind MagazineE*Pub supports several internet publications about biology, and health issues. One such publication is Brain and Mind magazine. It is based around neuroscience, and while a little advanced, and wordy for some visitors is still updated every three months, and may serve as good reading to those interested in this field.
Neuroscience for Kids - This is also a great resource about the brain aimed at kids. Designed by Eric Chudler, this page offers a vast amount of information, and even some experiments to try yourself.
The Graphics on the website
Some graphics were created by Macromedia Flash 3, others were obtained from public domain eg. http://www.clipart.com/ . None of the graphics were copied or scanned wholesale from any book or website (besides that of the public domain).
The scripts on the website