neuroscientist


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neuroscientist

A researcher, often with an advanced degree–MD, MS, PhD–who investigates neural and brain-related phenomena
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Social neuroscientists explain the importance of social interaction in sustaining wellbeing.
Neuroscientists at NYU Langone Medical Center in a presentation prepared for the Society for Neuroscience annual meeting in Washington, D.
Neuroscientists at NYU Langone Medical Center have shown that calorie-reduced diets stop the normal rise and fall in activity levels of close to 900 different genes linked to aging and memory formation in the brain.
The second neuroscientist seems to want to celebrate the awesomeness of our capacity to use "mechanistic" approaches to gain insight into the nature of consciousness.
Steven Quartz, a neuroscientist at the California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, said neuromarketing could uncover predilections people are unaware of.
Yet European neuroscientists are simply not equipped to solve it with the current levels of funding.
Mark Smith, a neuroscientist and psychiatrist at DuPont Merck Pharmaceutical Co.
The University of Miami Frost School of Music will conclude its spring season of the Stamps Family Charitable Foundation Distinguished Visitors Series on March 3, 2011 with a lecture by noted neuroscientist, Dr.
Many researchers assume that fMRI signals reflect neural activity, says coauthor Patrick Drew, a neuroscientist at Penn State, so that "when neural activity goes up, you should see increases in blood flow.
Language, however, reflects the underlying mental processes, so we can perform linguistic analyses of the subjects' speech and use such information as a "bridge" between the neuronal processes and the subject's thoughts," explains neuroscientist Johanna Derix.
We know from the numbers there's an overwhelming interest among heterosexual men to look at penises-the numbers are just enormous," the neuroscientist and scribe noted.
In one experiment this past year, Michael Gazzaniga, a neuroscientist at Dartmouth University, gave a group of people a list of words that included, ``rest'' and ``bed.