from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to electro-chemistry.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to electrochemistry.
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- adj. of or involving electrochemistry
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NIH Human Connectome Project Researchers believe that all human action and cognition emerges from the interplay of electro-chemical impulses along these thousands of miles of nerves and synapses.
If a piece is lost, the whole keeps working, and through this network they transmit electro-chemical signals that prompt very intelligent, and even surprisingly social, behavior.
I've never understood those who insist you must solely "talk" and "feel" your way (with professional assistance, of course) out of mental illnesses when as a result of the illness the electro-chemical wonder that is your brain is either failing to give or misreading the chemical cues that regulate "normal" brain function.
There is a bizarre sort of comfort in imagining that one is liberated from moral responsibility because one's behavior is merely the consequence of the electro-chemical reactions in one's mind.
Periodic signals from periodic electro-chemical reactions coordinate and organize activity within the larger system.
It is well known, of course, that the nerve currents and the activities of the cells of the brain itself are electrical or electro-chemical in nature.
The connections the people and animals have with the moon are electro-chemical via the physical connectors the natives, animals, and plants are born with.
The electro-chemical reactions between the neurons?
Yet away from your awareness, the motor cortex in your brain sent electro-chemical signals to your arm muscles.
The thing is, all of these approaches had one thing in common: they made the assumption that the mind and the brain were the same thing, which drove them to conclude that some combination of neural connections and electro-chemical signaling meant the color blue, or the sound of middle