- adj. Of or pertaining to neuroanatomy
- adj. of or relating to neural tissue or the nervous system
“I put forward in my book the idea that there is actually a neuroanatomical reason why talking about things makes you feel better about them.”
“In possession of more neuroanatomical data than ever before, a brilliant neuroscientist had created a movie taking us on a journal through a real brain.”
“The only trait without a significant neuroanatomical relationship, according to the report, was openness/intellect, which researchers said reflects imagination, curiosity, and artistic and intellectual interests.”
“Wooley, P, et al. The molecular and neuroanatomical basis for estrogen effects in the central nervous system.”
“The molecular and neuroanatomical basis for estrogen effects in the central nervous system.”
“It's a fact that the evidence has been piling up for decades that from conception through about the age of twelve or fifteen much of the brain is indeed a blank slate, and this time we know more about the molecular and neuroanatomical basis of what is or is not on the slate than we did fifty or sixty years ago.”
“The mystery is whether these neuroanatomical features are hidden messages or is the Sistine Chapel a Roshak tests upon which anyone can extract an image that is meaningful to themselves.”
“The million and a half spent on mass spectrometers and proteomics sequencers I can understand, but there are expenses listed for magnetic resonance imaging, neuroanatomical modeling, an entomologist, a grab bag of everything under the sun.”
“Doctors should dissect the disease as carefully as the tissue, Meyer thought; especially given the state of knowledge about the brain and the difficulty of neuroanatomical research, this was the more fruitful avenue.”
“The models can be extended to capture the entire brain, except for a lack of computational speed, computer memory, and the necessary neuroanatomical, neurophysiological, and neurochemical details.”
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