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In 1985, Bangsberg graduated from the University of Rochester with a bachelor's in neuroscience.
That science aspect converted Jon — a Canadian who graduated in the top of his class in neuroscience at the University of Texas — from a tea drinker to a coffee enthusiast.
His idea has inspired research in the various disciplines in the area of cognitive science (neuroscience, psychology, linguistics, A.I., robotics) and in distant fields beyond.
The use of this wearable scanner could dramatically alter the field of neuroscience, which until now has been limited by the movement of subjects.
In our field in neuroscience, Antonio Damasio has argued for many years that there’s a loop between the body and the brain.
By the end of the contest, there were more than 372,000 votes cast for entries that spanned a range of subjects including cancer, CRISPR, mental health, diagnostics, and neuroscience.
Thaut is a professor of music and professor of neuroscience at Colorado State University and serves as co-director of the School of the Arts and director of the Center for Biomedical Research in Music.
According to the prevailing models of cognitive psychology, neuroscience, and economics, we’re wired to minimize effort whenever possible.
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NEUROSCIENCE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of neuroscience for English Language Learners
: the scientific study of nerves and especially of how nerves affect learning and behavior
medical Definition of neuroscience
neuroscientificplay \-ˌsī-ən-ˈtif-ik\ adjective
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