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Neuroscience

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Any of the sciences that deal with the functions of the human nervous system and brain -- perception, memory, consciousness and learning.
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The fastest response from the nervous system is from the autonomic system which is involuntary. Heartbeat and reflex movement come from this system which is out of your conscious control. It is centered in the cerebellum and spinal cord. Impulses from your sense organs (a bad smell or a knock to the…
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To become a neurologist you have to go through the 4 years of undergraduate college and get a bachelors degree. Then 4 years of medical school. And then a 3-8 year internship and residency. You need to pass a medical board exam, or course, and get certified in neurology by each state that you wish t…
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Educational Requirements for NeurologistYou must graduate from an undergraduate college or university. Then you must graduate from a medical school with a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.) or Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) medical degree. Then you must enroll in a residency accredited by the Accredit…
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Clinical neuropsychology is a discipline of psychology that specialises in the clinical assessment and treatment of patients with brain injury or neurocognitive deficits.  A branch of psychology in which a clinician specializes in diagnosing and assessing individuals with brain trauma, encepha…
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Neurology A neurologist diagnoses illness such as MS, headaches, numbness, tingling, strokes, carpal tunnel, etc.
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Answer Look in the yellow pages of your local phone book under doctors or neurologists. Answer Usually a family doctor sees you and then refers you to a specialist, such as a neurologist.
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In its 2011-2012 survey, neurologists in their first year of practice earned a median salary of $190,000. Neurologists at the six-year mark reported an average salary of $237,000 per year.
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Answer Premed is not a major. You can major in neuroscience but it would be best to take it as a minor and major in biology.
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Brain Use It is a complete myth that only 10% of the human brain is utilized. The mistaken concept results from folklore and the fact that until the 1990's scientists did not focus on the entire brain only portions thereof, which has now resulted in the "10%" theory being totally unfounded. now on…
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A neurologist is a medical physician who specializes in nervous system functions and disorders.
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Short answer- all of it. It's a common myth that only 10 or 20% of the brain is used. From an evolutionary standpoint, having an organ which only used 20% of it's capacity would be incredibly wasteful and would have favored a much smaller brain which used less energy. Short answer We only use 90% at…
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If you are nervous about it, it would probably be better if you didn't have a bunny. If you are nevous then your rabbit can sence it and my get freaked out too.
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obviously you need your core classes but these are classes you must focus on!you need multiple mathmatic classes, algebra, trig, geometry, calculus.you must take science classes, such as basic science and neuroscienceyou need to take anatomy courses if your in highschool and you take anatomy it cert…
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The neuron is the functional portion of the central nervous system, carrying impulses to the designated location. Neurons also have the role of interpreting an impulse, and waiting for a response. Neurons fall under the category of sensory neurons, interneurons and motor neurons.
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Neuroscience is the study of the brain at a cellular and synaptic level. It might also include the study of brain chemistry, that is, what chemicals cause cells to react in different ways.
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neurologist is a physician who specializes neurology and is trained to investigate, or diagnose and treat neurological disorders. Pediatric neurologists treat neurological disease in children.
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Answer about 11-14 years It takes pre-med to start. Then you can enter into a University after having all of your pre-requisit classes (2 years). Then you typically finish that degree after 2 more years. After that, you had better of worked hard academically and done plenty of community service …
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Dopamine is a percursor of noradrenaline and epinefrine. So you have a high sympatic Nervous Systems. The causes could vary, bus mostly medications, and STRESS. Sorry I can´t help more. It seams I only can improuve answers, not answer straight,so: NE appears to be under androgenic control . S…
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Answer no yes, it is Lower Motor Neuron Disease
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the job outlook of a neurologist is they can be an assistant , a surgeon or professor. the high levels
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In these days of the internet, the flow of information is often described in terms of traffic. Traffic analogies are also common in the study of neuroscience, where information flow is bidirectional as in a two lane highway. This means that information travels both from the nervous system to the res…
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For clarity, let us consider the systems before we address this question. The lymphatic system filters the fluids that bathe cells in the body, trapping bacteria and viruses in lymph nodes. From here immune responses can be mounted to clear the invading matter. A part of the nervous system, refer…
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Dopamine functions as a neurotransmitter activating dopamine receptors, and is essential to the normal functioning of the central nervous system. Dopamine has many functions, the most important being the central reward system (mesolimbic brain) and in controlling and coordinating movement. It is…
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the nervous system works with every other system in your body
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Answer President A. Jackson wanted the Cherokee removed west from the prime land that they had held and farmed, for generations to make room for the white settlers. You can find more about this subject in any encyclopedia or book on Andrew Jackson.
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Answer Check out Jobnob for real salary information (it's free). This one shows how much a neurologist makes: http://www.jobnob.com/neurologist-salary ---------------------------------- Depends significantly on where you are practicing. Markets that are generally overpriced pay more (think: L.A…
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It will become necrotic and will be phagocytosed (degraded & recycled).
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Endorphin Endorphins are endogenous opioid biochemical compounds. They are polypeptides produced by the pituitary gland and the hypothalamus in vertebrates, and they resemble the opiates in their abilities to produce analgesia and a sense of well-being. In other words, they might work as "natur…
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This is the part of the nervous system than controls skeletal muscle (and, so, voluntary movements). Initiation of voluntary movement begins in the cortex of the brain, and involves: 1. Planning and initiation of movement: controlled by the prefrontal cortex, supplementary motor area, premotor cor…
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The brain is a physical thing. It is an organ that transmits pulses and processes chemicals. The mind is the person's personality, thought processes, and emotions.
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To become a Neurologist, you need to study GCSE biology and then go on to study human biology and do courses at university for Neurology. I'm not sure if you need a Phd though. you need to go to school.
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I dont know the percentage but the 3 types of it are Sensory nervesMotor nervesMixed nerves
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Answer Differences in the norepinephrine system are implicated in depression. Serotonin-norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors (SNRIs) are antidepressants that treat depression by increasing the amount of serotonin and norepinephrine available to postsynaptic cells in the brain. There is some recent…
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Most recent answer: Dopamine is both a hormone and a neurotransmitter. It acts as a hormone in the blood and as a neurotransmitter in the central nervous system. It is produced in several areas of the body but mostly in the brain stem.NO...Dopamine is a monoamine neurotransmitter that is formed duri…
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The vestibular system detects angular and linear acceleration. This is made possible by two related parts of the peripheral vestibular system: 1) the otoliths (utricle and saccule), which are sensitive to accelerative forces in a single plane (e.g. gravity); and 2) the semicircular canals - of which…
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Dopamine is the major neurotransmitter of the reward circuit in the central nervous system. It also functions in movement and balance, among other things. It is a chemical found in the human brain that creates feelings of pleasure.
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Everyone is affected by global warming, in some way or another. Coastal areas around the world are threatened by flooding from rising sea levels, and severe storms which can combine with high tides to flood croplands, city suburbs and subways. Countries in Africa are experiencing droughts and famine…
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i know some....first the very known part of it was the BRAIN.is has 3 major parts.the cerebelum,cerebrum and the ......i forgot! i know some....first the very known part of it was the BRAIN.is has 3 major parts.the cerebelum,cerebrum and the ......i forgot! Don't write anything if you don't know t…
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345,000 dollars or more, most of the time more.
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Regardless of whether mind is contained in the brain or exists beyond these physical boundaries, it is evident that it is something quite immense. The spark of an eternal fire or the wave of a vast ocean are apt metaphors to describe it. The cosmic nature of mind has been described for centuries pri…
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The main function of a motor neuron is to convey output signals to muscles for joint control. This involves 'upper motor neurons' in the brain relaying signals to 'lower motor neurons' in the spinal cord, which in turn relay signals to skeletal muscles for joint control. Lower motor neurons are also…
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Answer Simplistically, our brains and bodies are cross wired. The left side of our brains controls the right sides of our bodies, and the Right Side of our brain control the left side of our bodies. also it means that your logical and analytical side of your brain control you. also you are proba…
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Not so well. In a way surprisingly similar to when you are drunk. I highly recommend Counting Sheep, By: Paul Martin for more on this subject. Reaction time is impaired. You are more temperamental. You may make reckless decisions more often than were you not tired. Basically nothing goods from being…
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There is an estimated 100 billion in the brain
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cell body or the soma
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A neurologist is a type of medical physician that specializes with the brain and its disorders.A type of doctor or scientist that specializes in the study of the brain. Neurology => From Latin roots neuro (brain) and ology (study of). studies nerves
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Depends on the individual. Some people will have a seizure during most hypoglycemic episodes, others will just become unconscious. Most glucometers do not read below a certain mg/dl so it is difficult to determine the exact value. -Ryan, RN Answer I am a type 1 diabetic Anything 70 or under is co…
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ganglion   The most straight-forward answer would be the hypothalamus, because in simple terms, the hypothalamus controls the pituitary gland and the pituitary gland is the "master gland" of the endocrine system. But you could probably have a nice long discussion about what exactly counts a…
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ATP can be synthesized from ADP and Pi by ATP synthase enzyme. The enzyme is powered by a proton gradient which the cell must maintain. ATP can also by synthesized by substrate level phosphorylation or substrate linked synthesis. It is made from the breaking of molecules.
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Answer A neuron is like a relay switch - it receives signals from other neurons and depending on the nature of the signals, the neuron may then 'fire' a signal of its own, stay silent, or become inhibited. This is like binary code - i.e.,"on" and "off" states. A neuron can oscillate between these…
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It depends on what grade are you, and how well you study.U need to do your schooling, undergraduation in science, then go thru medical entrance examination, then if you get in a medical college, has 4years of MBBS and 6months to 1 year of internship, then you need to get thru PG entrance, then 2 mor…
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My short answer: Do endorphins help in healing? 1) They may mask pain which protects the healing wound from unnecessary prodding and scratching by the wounded person. 2) They may facilitate the healing action performed by and to the skin's epithelial cells. 3) Some reports claim that endorphins c…
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The basic functioning untis of the nervous system are nerve cells or neuron!
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The nervous system basically works by neurons, or nerve cells. There are three different types, afferent sensory neurons, interneurons, and efferent motor neurons. The nervous system receives stimulation from the external environment or internal world (your body) and processes that information to el…
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Neurons are nerve cells, and they fire to relay messages from neuron to neuron. Neurons fire when a charge jumps across a synapse to the dendrite of a cell. The neuron then fires the charge down it's axon, and the charge travels to the next neuron.
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Three sets of antidote injections and 1 CANA; a total of 4.
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Cellbody Dendrites Axon
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A neuron is what your nervous tissue is made of. It transmits information in the form of electro-chemical changes, which are called nerve impulses.=== All neurons have three main parts: 1. a cell body which contains a nucleus. 2. dendrites, which are extensions off of the cell body that receive the …
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both symphataticand parasyphatatic nervouse
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The reason why cardiac muscle has a longer action potential is to extend the absolute refractory period to prevent another action potential. If too many action potentials stimulate the cardiac muscle it can get into tetanus which keeps the heart continuously contracted without relaxation.
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Exercising will release endorphins. Smiling and laughing are forms of exercise, since they involve lifting and stretching the facial muscles. Even fake smiling (voluntarily making a huge smile from ear to ear, teeth showing and opening your eyes wide while lifting your brows) will release those feel…
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a large portion of the brain, serving to coordinate voluntary movements, posture, and balance in humans, being in back of and below the cerebrum and consisting of two lateral lobes and a central lobe.
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Dopamine is a neurotransmitter and hormone in the brain. It plays a big part in the reward and motivation behavior part of the brain.
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Giant multipolar neurons are neurons that have three of more processes attached to their cell bodies. A majority of multipolar neurons are involved in movement.
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Has three overlapping function• Sensory receptors monitor changes inside and outside the body• Detect changes or 'stimuli'• Gathered information becomes the 'sensory input'• Processes and interprets sensory input• Makes decisions- called 'integration'• Dictates a response by activating e…
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A synapse is a small gap at the end of a neuron that allows information to pass from one neuron to the next.
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Muscles of the tongue are innervated by the hypoglossal nerve (the twelfth cranial nerve, or CN XII). Touch sensation from the anterior two-thirds of the tongue is carried by the trigeminal nerve (CN V), and from the posterior one-third by the glossopharyngeal nerve (CN IX). Taste sensation from the…
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The nervous system sends a signal to the heart to make it beat. I also helps control not just the beat, but also the blood pressure as well. The part of the brain that controls the heart beat is the medulla oblongatta in the brain stem.
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I'm not sure of what all substances stimulate dopamine, but off the top of my head, psychostimulants such as Cocaine, Amphetamines, Piperazines, Piperidines, Nicotine, and Arecoline have a major impact on dopamine levels. Opiates/Opioids and Cannabinoids have some kind of impact on dopamine, but I h…
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Pill bugs belong to the family Armadillidiidea. As members of the order Isopoda their nervous system is centralized, though in a very basic fashion, in the form OS nerve clusters called Ganglion.
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A neuron is at rest when theinside is negatively chraged compared to the outside.
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The function Of a neuron is to transmit a signal at a very fast rate.
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Formal education and training requirements for physicians are among the most demanding of any occupation-4 years of undergraduate school, 4 years of medical school, and 3 to 8 years of internship and residency, depending on the specialty selected. Premedical students must complete undergraduate wor…
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The midbrain is the smallest region of the brain that acts as a sort of relay station for auditory and visual information. The midbrain controls many important functions such as the visual and auditory systems as well as eye movement. Portions of the midbrain called the red nucleus and the substant…
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the nervous system allows you to feel when you breath
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A neurologist is a MD who specializes in the study, diagnosis and treatment of nervous system issues. As the nervous system pervades the entire body, this is a large field of study and calls for specialization.
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Fibrous connective tissue is known as matrix. Matrix helps to connect joints and enables movement of the joints. If this becomes damaged, the joint or limb may become unusable.
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A nerve cell is the structural and functional unit of a nerve
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The neuron and the muscle fiber membranes, close as they are, do not actually touch. They are separated by small fluid-filled gap called the synaptic cleft.
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An action potential can also be called a nerve impulse which is known to be stimulated by an external stimuli or upon internal excitation. This action potential travels through a neuron and involves charged ions (the key ones are sodium ions and potassium ions) that cross the membrane barrier of th…
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Dopamine is produced in the substantia nigra of the brain as well as in the ventral tegmental area (VTA) of the midbrain and the arcuate nucleus of the hypothalamus.
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Yes, after the age of 23 yourbrain is fully developed and can recover from interruptions, even if they were constant and over a long period of time. So your brain can easily make a full recovery but it would take any where from one to five years of complete sobriety.
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Answer Inkjet(the technology)/Bubblejet(just a trademark of (Canon?-[brand?]) of inkjet, not a technology) and laser/LaserJet (laser printer is the technology; LaserJet is an trademark of hp and is a laser printer) are most common printers used these days for office and home printing along with c…
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In your brain are nerves. Once you have done a new action, that is stored in your nerves forever, letting you know how to do it, just like when you learn in school. But this is not what I learned in school. And also, if you don't like History in school, and you think it's boring, then visit Mr…
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To create sex cells for reproduction
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it helps it do its job by how small it is to fit in your body
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Of course, I must insist that you speak with your doctor about this, however...It is thought, but not completely proven, that Wellbutrin works primarily on dopamine and norepinephrine, while SamE and 5-HTP affect serotonin.This would lead one to believe that this combination is safe, personally I ha…
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The nervous system activates the muscles of the respiratory system (ribcage muscles and diaphragm) to cause breathing, so as to bring in oxygen and discard carbon dioxide.
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Answer reproductive cells or you can also say the 23rd pair in the chromosome of the reproductive cell under goes the meiosis and the 23rd pair is called sex chromosomeGerm cells are the only cells that can undergo meiosis as well as mitosis. Germ cells produce gametes. Eukaryotic organisms that …
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The nervous system is for emotions, growth, senses, movement and controlling every other system.
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Yes there are many. An example would be heroin which releases serotonin instead of dopamine.
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