The field of behavioral neuroscience has seen a recent explosion of experimental techniques, adding to the sometimes bewildering array of strategies available to study behavior-brain relationships. Behavioural Neuroscience: A Practical Approach, available as a two-volume set, provides the most up-to-date, comprehensive guide available for both choosing and successfully implementing appropriate methods in the laboratory. Each chapter includes detailed protocols that consider both theoretical and practical considerations. Volume I covers computerized methods of control, as well as the more cognitive aspects of behavior, including learning, attention, and memory. Volume II focuses on methods for studying locomotor activity, motivation and affect, drug discrimination and signal detection. The volumes will be of significant interest to a wide variety of students and researchers in neuroscience, experimental psychology, and pharmacology.