Welcome to the Wikiversity Center for Neuroscience, part of the Life Sciences.
Neuroscience is the science of animal nervous systems and exploration of how brains make minds. The Center for Neuroscience is a Wikiversity content development project devoted to learners who want to explore the biology of nervous systems in animals and how they generate animal behavior, cognition and consciousness. Neuroscience includes many subdisciplines specialized for investigation of nervous system structure, development, evolution, genetics, biochemistry, physiology, pharmacology, and pathology. The Center for Neuroscience works in close collaboration with other Wikiversity development projects such as Psychology, Life Sciences, Statistics, Computer Science and Medicine.
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- Plasticity of nervous systems, learning, memory
- Cellular and molecular components of nervous systems
- Neuropharmacology - drugs and nervous systems
- Nervous system-machine/prosthetic interface engineering
- Psychophysiology - how psychic processes are provided by the nervous system
- Nervous system regulation and regulatory dysfunction
- Exogenous/endogenous determination of neuronal structure and function
- Gender inequality: Why are women so often left out of clinical research?
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- A list of recommended resources can be found here