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Please note that this guide is intended to complement , NOT to replace , textbook readings (i.e., Kandel et al.). Histology textbooks are NOT recommended for the study of nervous tissue. Most histology textbooks begin with relatively insignificant, and often misleading, details rather than emphasizing features important for understanding nervous tissue function.
When most people think of dopamine, they think of things that can get you high. Things that feel good.
It seems, then, that our ability to think, reason, and manipulate memories evolved from similar mechanisms that allow an animal to perform impressive sequences of motor actions, like when a bird swoops down to catch a fish.
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The History of Neuroscience reveals the field's evolution to present day. The work of neuroscience pioneers has produced vital knowledge about the brain and nervous system that is advancing today’s science and improving health outcomes. As with any scientific endeavor, more knowledge has produced new mysteries.
When Santiago Ramon y Cajal was 11-years-old, he destroyed a neighbor's gate with a homemade cannon and spent three days in jail. 3 In 1898, Camillo Golgi reported that he discovered a ribbon-like apparatus inside neurons of the cerebellum.
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June 30, 2011 by Uwe Hook Plutchik’s three-dimensional circumplex model describes the relations among emotion concepts, which are analogous to the colors on a color wheel.
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