neuromechanism


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neuromechanism

[-mek′əniz′əm]
a neurological system whose components work together to produce a central nervous system function.
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Optimally, neuromechanisms allow for the adjustment of body systems to a state of arousal (e.
Brain research on healthy mental operations is now revealing neuromechanisms associated with sensory perception, learning, memory, imagination, and emotions that are of increasing relevance for educators and instructional designers.
Progress in understanding the genetics, adaptive value, and neuromechanisms of conditionability could contribute to robust evolutionary explication of the preparedness phenomenon.
It means posture and sound that usually occur together in crowing are controlled by different neuromechanisms.