Recent Examples of neuroscience from the Web
Our findings link sleepwalkers to the neuroscience of locomotor control and awareness and characterize a potential behavioral marker of sleepwalkers during full wakefulness that only becomes overt while walking under cognitive load.
Semantic Scholar’s archive of searchable literature initially focused on computer science, and last year expanded to include neuroscience.
Mr MacGregor is a social anthropologist on a vast plane, whereas Ms Cook leans more to the neuroscience of religion.
Talk about the neuroscience experiments being done on Williams Syndrome at the Salk Institute—and the role of oxytocin.
His father, who also worked in Indianapolis, retired as president of neuroscience products at Eli Lilly, a pharmaceutical company.
Faculty and students with backgrounds not only in cognitive science and psychology but also neuroscience were recruited.
In fact, their beliefs were stronger afterward, according to Sergio Della Sala, a neuroscience professor at the University of Edinburgh and one of three researchers who conducted the study.
In more recent years, the addiction model has been overlaid with neuroscience buzzwords.
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First Known Use of neuroscience
NEUROSCIENCE Defined for English Language Learners
medical Definition of neuroscience
neuroscientificplay \-ˌsī-ən-ˈtif-ik\ adjective
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