at the University of California, Los Angeles, found that teenagers living in polluted areas had a significantly more unstable psyche than their peers living in environmentally friendly areas.
Elsevier added that this major reference work is aimed at postgraduate students, cognitive scientists, neuroscientists, psychologists, psychiatrists, neurobiologists
Part one is focused on neurobiologists
hailing from the UK and includes profiles of J.
have now characterized the remarkable impact of low-frequency sounds on the inner ear.
Washington, February 18 ( ANI ): Rats can't usually see infrared light, but they have "touched" it after Duke University neurobiologists
fitted the animals with an infrared detector wired to electrodes implanted in the part of the mammalian brain that processes information related to the sense of touch.
Lamoureux (biology, Broome Community College) collects 15 studies in animal physiology contributed by physiologists, biologists, psychologists, neurobiologists
, and animal and other researchers from North America, Europe, Australia, Brazil, and Israel.
To create the model, Rogers worked with neurobiologists
at the Harvard Medical School to investigate the role of specific neurotransmitters within the brain at different points in the sleep cycle.
So while it is easy to imagine that there are five separate senses, this is not the way it works, say neurobiologists
The audience for the book includes neuroscientists, neurologists, neurophysiologists, and neurobiologists
This answer may signal why auditory synesthesia hadn't been detected by neurobiologists
set out to identify regions of the brain corresponding to fear, anxiety, happiness, and indecision, psychologists may wonder whether those clear categories misrepresent true emotion.
In a step forward into the future of gene expression research, molecular biologists and neurobiologists
have joined forces to map the genes that control brain structure and neural circuits.