The human brain is the center of the human nervous system. It has the same general structure as the brains of other mammals, but is larger than expected on the basis of body size among other primates. Estimates for the number of neurons (nerve cells) in the human brain range from 80 to 120 bil...
Ó 2009 The Authors Journal compilation Ó 2009 Nordic Pharmacological Society. Basic & Clinical Pharmacology & Toxicology, 106, 372–377
Effect of Carbamazepine and Lamotrigine on Cognitive Function and Oxidative Stress in Brain during Chemical Epileptog...
The human brain has the same general structure as the brains of other mammals, but is larger than expected on the basis of body size among other primates. Estimates for the number of neurons (nerve cells) in the human brain range from 80 to 120 billion. Most of the expansion comes from the cerebral...
I. Divisions of the Nervous System
a. Central Nervous System (CNS)
ii. Spinal Cord
b. Peripheral Nervous Sytem (PNS)
iii. All nerves that conduct impulses to and from the CNS
iv. Divisions of the PNS
1. Afferent Division (S...
The brain is probably one of the most complex organs in the human body. It is made up of so many different parts that do so many different things. For insane, the cerebellum controls balance and motor skills. The brain is one of the most confusing, mystifying organs on the human body. Unlike a live...
Submitted By PREJITH S. Roll No: 73 S7 AE&I
Department of Applied Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering GOVERNMENT ENGINEERING COLLEGE KOZHIKODE-673 005
The elation and gratiﬁcation of this seminar will be incomplete without me...
Today scientists are in research to create an artiﬁcial brain that can think, respond, take decision, and keep anything in memory. The main aim is to upload human brain into machine. So that man can think, take decision without any effort. After the death of the body, the virtual brai...
Food, the brain and mindfulness. In this paper, I will discuss what is happening inside of our bodies and what is happening in our brains with the food we eat. I will discuss how mindfulness can help us to track and to relate to what is happening in the body and the brain. I will also look into h...
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a nondegenerative, noncongenital insult to the brain from an external mechanical force, possibly leading to permanent or temporary impairment of cognitive, physical, and psychosocial functions, with an associated diminished or altered state of consciousnes...
What is a Brain-Computer Interface?
A brain-computer interface uses electrophysiological signals to control remote devices. Most current BCIs are not invasive. They consist of electrodes applied to the scalp of an individual or worn in an electrode cap such as the one show...
Dionne Pendleton, M.S.
PSY/202-Foundations of Psychology
March 24, 2013
How do we remember our favorite songs, or remember the way to our favorite store? How do we breathe without and blink without ever having to think about it? Our brains are vital to our existence, bec...
Binaural Beat Brainwave Stimulation
Evaluation on the Effectiveness of Binaural Beat Brainwave Stimulation as a Therapeutic Process
A Research Paper Presented to Mr. Edward Jay M. Quinto Mapύa Institute of Technology
in partial fulfillment of the requirements in English for Academic P...
Motivation and the Brain
August 23, 2013
Motivation and the Brain
An individual’s motivation directly connects to his or her brain. For example, food deprivation creates a hunger drive, which pushes or motivates a person to seek, attain, and eat food (De...
Structures and Functions of the Brain
“Until recently, scientists could gather information about the human brain only by removing it from cadavers, slicing it, staining it, and taking pictures of the sliced sections. This method has many limitations, including the inability to study the brai...
Your Brain on Food
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How Chemicals Control Your
Thoughts and Feelings
Gary L. Wenk, PhD
Departments of Psychology and Neuroscience and
Molecular Virology, Immunology and Medical Genetics
The Ohio State University...
various writers over the past century have compared the
human brain to an elegant machine. Imagine that this
machine is full of wires and that the wires are different-colored.
Some are blue, some are red, some are green, and so on, but they
all convey information from one part of the...
Rewiring the Brain
Paralysis is the loss of the ability to move mainly in parts or most of your body. This is typically of an illness, poison, or injury. There are around 300 labs working on ways to help people with paralysis rewire their brain. Melody Moore Jackson, the director of the...