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How Do Smartphones Affect the Brain?
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Effects Of Smartphones On The Brain Several studies have suggested that smartphones impact the brain in a variety of ways, but what are the effects?
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Debunking 8 Popular Myths About the Brain
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8 Myths About the Brain Debunked esenkartal / iStock Vectors / Getty Images While researchers are still uncovering the secrets of how the brain works
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Organic Mental Disorder Causes and Treatment
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Can I Work With an Organic Mental Disorder? Organic mental disorders, such as Alzheimer’s disease, amnesia, delirium, and dementia are mental disorders
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The Psychology of the Brain and Behavior
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Cognition, Brain, and Behavior // Department of Psychology // University of Notre Dame Faculty and students in the Cognition, Brain, and Behavior area
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Cerebellum Location and Function
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Cerebellum: Anatomy, function, and disorders Written by Caroline Leopold on August 31, 2018 Anatomy Function Disorders Protection The cerebellum is a part
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The Using Only 10 Percent of Your Brain Myth
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Do People Only Use 10 Percent of Their Brains? The human brain is complex. Along with performing millions of mundane acts, it composes concertos, issues
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How Experience Changes Brain Plasticity
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Neuroplasticity: Learning Physically Changes the Brain “There are a few broad principles that we can state come neuroscience,”
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All-or-None Law for Nerves and Muscles
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Neurons Always Give Full Responses to Stimulus in the All-or-None Law KTSDESIGN / Science Photo Library / Getty Images The all-or-none law is a principle
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An Action Potential and How Neurons Fire
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Action potentials and synapses Neurons communicate with each other via electrical events called ‘action potentials’ and chemical neurotransmitters.
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The Nervous and Endocrine Systems
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The Nervous and Endocrine Systems As we consider the human genotype, we will start by providing an overview of the nervous system (see Figure 2.