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- noun anatomy The structure of systems of
neuronsand their interconnection
- noun The supposed influence of the
designof buildingson the central nervous system
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For instance, human neuroarchitecture includes elements from aquatic vertebrates, including the shark.
Humans enjoy unique neural capacities, but much of human neuroarchitecture is shared with ancient species; much of the basic systems are similar to those of the most basic vertebrates.
So we now for instance have neuroeconomics, neuromarketing, neuroarchitecture, neuroarcheology, neurolaw, neuropolitics, neuroesthetics see Chapters 4 and 8, and even neurotheology.