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Neuroscience (B140): The study of the anatomy, physiology, biophysics, biochemistry, molecular biology, pharmacology and behaviour of human nerve cells and nervous systems.Displaying 1 - 6 of 6
|Advances in the Study of Human Cognitive Evolution||
A lecture series comprising 11 lectures on human cognition covering a wide range of topics including the evolution of language, neuroscience and...
|Animal Behaviour, Primates, Cognition, Human biology, Language, Cultural learning, Lecture series||view|
An electronic archive at the University of Southampton covering various subjects including Psychology and Neuroscience.
|Eero Castrén: Why do antidepressants work?||
Prof. Eero Castrén from Helsinki University, gave this Stockholm Psychiatry Lecture in September 2012 at Nobel Forum, Karolinksa Institute....
|antidepressants, Psychiatry, Neuroscience, Neurobiology, Brain, Neurotransmitters, plasticity||view|
|Human Anatomy course||
A complete online undergraduate course of 12 units covering aspects of human anatomy including the central nervous system. Free course offered by...
|Medical science, Human biology, Digestive system, Reproductive system, Nervous system||view|
|Joseph LeDoux Lecture on "Our Emotional Brains"||
"Our Emotional Brains" - delivered by Professor Joseph LeDoux, was the third Copernicus Center Lecture.
The 2011 Copernicus Center Lecture...
|Brain, emotions, Neuroscience, limbic system, homeostasis, neurotransmission, threat, brain surgery||view|
A comprehensive online introductory course on neurobiology. The course conists of 10 units including topics such as electrical signalling,...
|Neurobiology, Brain morphology, Nervous system, Neurotransmitters, Synapses, Motor systems||view|