The School of Neuropsychology in the GreySmith Institute is responsible for the discussion of, and development of theories and models that bring together psychological (Functional), and Neuroscience (Phenomenal) concepts so that they correlate and teach us about the way the brain works
The division structure is a way of organizing the responsibilities and the research generated by this organization, members are free to wander between divisions and schools as they see fit. All we ask is that you stay within topic when connecting your own work to this framework, and follow WikiVersity's rules.
The Psychology Division is responsible for the creation of functional models of how the brain works.
The Neuro-Modeling Division is responsible for determining what type of Models should be required from the School of Computer Science
The Histo-Psychology Division is responsible for research into the Histological or Tissue roots of psychology
The Neuroscience Division is responsible for the Neural Correlates and explaining how they impact on psychology
Comparative Neuroscience Division
The Comparative Neuroscience Division is responsible for charting the differences and similarities between the Nervous systems of different species and how they might have evolved.
The Repository is a storage place for papers during development, and after publishing refusal. Papers for which copyright has been sold will be deleted as soon as possible once we are informed of the change in status.
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The Neuropsyche Forum is a place where psychologists, Neural Scientists, and Neural Modeling professionals can gather to discuss each others work, and topics in general
The AC Forum is where members from both schools get together to discuss each others work, and how the schools can work together to achieve the best results.
Student Union (Student Services)