The Neuroscience of Movement

This is part three of our four-part introduction to neuroscience series. For a review of the five senses, please see our previous article. A review of the foundational concepts in neuroscience may also serve to enhance the reader’s understanding of the forthcoming article. We have included a review of the anatomical terms of location below to […]

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The Neuroscience of the Five Senses

This is part two of our four-part introduction to neuroscience series. For a review of the foundational concepts in neuroscience, please see our previous article. We have included a review of the anatomical terms of location below to assist readers unfamiliar with anatomical terminology. Anatomical Terms of Location A quick note regarding neuroanatomical nomenclature: the […]

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Foundational Concepts in Neuroscience

The following article is part one of our four-part introduction to neuroscience series. The articles will be released separately, but together will seek to produce a coherent story of the brain. We will begin at the cellular level; then explore the five senses; then discuss the systems involved in generating movement; and finally we will […]

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