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Holography would not only see blood better but capture the electrochemical pulses of the neurons themselves.
Manipulating that pool of neurons affected grooming behavior, although not the parents’ retrieval of pups.
In other words, the baby will figure it out, and the SNOO will help while his little brain is fine-tuning the necessary neurons.
Moderate aerobic exercise like jogging, power walking, and swimming have been found to increase the number of neurons making important connections in our brains.
After all, the brain already consisted of two hemispheres linked by a dense bridge of neurons.
Additionally, when the volunteers first began wearing the ear molds and their test scores took a dive, their auditory neurons were firing in a much more disorganized manner.
Your brain grows; more neurons are added and the number of connections between them increases.
Connectionists took a different tack, by attempting to simulate the way that millions of neurons, each of which was very simple and responded only to its immediate neighbors, combined in the brain to produce complex cognition.
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NEURON Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of neuron for English Language Learners
medical : a cell that carries messages between the brain and other parts of the body and that is the basic unit of the nervous system
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