neurosciences


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neu·ro·sci·enc·es

(nū'rō-sī'en-sĕz),
The scientific disciplines concerned with the development, structure, function, chemistry, pharmacology, clinical assessments, and pathology of the nervous system.
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During the past 5 years, the counseling field has increasingly sought to integrate neuroscience into clinical practice (Beeson & Field, 2017).
Whether you are interested in the intricacies of neurosurgical procedures or intrigued by rare neurological conditions, there's just something about neuroscience nursing.
Mobley is Associate Dean for Neurosciences Initiatives, Distinguished Professor of Neurosciences, Florence Riford chair for Alzheimer Disease at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD), and the university's executive director of the Down Syndrome Center for Research and Treatment.
It will join targeted Pulse Electro Magnetic Field therapy (tPEMF) and closed-loop Transcranial Electrical Stimulation (cl-TES) as one of Rio Grande Neurosciences' core technologies.
A variety of assessment tools are available for the patient with a neuroscience diagnosis including the Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS; Teasdale & Jennett, 1976), the National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale (NIHSS; Brott et al., 1989), the Canadian Neurological Scale (Cote et al., 1989), and the Four Score (Wijdicks, Bamlet, Maramattom, Manno, & McClelland, 2005).
(Rushton, 2011) Concepts from psychology and neuroscience may explain learning mechanisms.
"After China, Iran is the United States' second rival in neuroscience advancements," Younesi told FNA, citing figures and quotations from the latest report released by the United States' National Association of Science.
have restructured or downsized their neuroscience research efforts, while Novartis AG recently shut down its neuroscience research facility in Basel, Switzerland.
This review was written as part of the Finnish Academy project, 'Individual Autonomy, Neurosciences, and Chronic Disorders of Consciousness'.