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- adjective Of or pertaining to
neurobiology, the biological study of nerve and brain function
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- adverb with respect to neurobiology
- adjective of or relating to the biological study of the nervous system
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"It is the first one to show that nicotine exposure early in life can have long-term neurobiological consequences evidenced in mood disorders."
And we're finding that placebo can produce profound neurobiological effects.
One Response to “Sugar and spice and all things neurobiological”
The growing body of evidence points to GID being neurobiological in nature and has nothing whatever to do with fetishistic compulsions or lifestyle choice, with which it has been too long associated.
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CAR's goals are to identify the neurobiological, environmental, and genetic causes of ASDs, and to develop effective treatments.
Indeed, one major reason why the self seems so difficult to explain on a purely neurobiological basis is that, while we experience a unified consciousness, there appears to be an essential difference between the unified mind and the divisible brain.
For his insights into male behaviour, we are indebted to Professor Beattie's long paper, Sex differences in driving and insurance risk: understanding the neurobiological and evolutionary foundations of the differences.
"This is a striking and visual example of how addictive stimulant use can result in adaptation of very important brain systems which have a direct correlates with behaviour – specifically inattention, impulsivity and compulsivity – and really does underline why we need a much better neurobiological understanding of the processes involved."
I agree that there is a growing body of evidence suggesting that transsexuality is at least partly neurobiological in nature, but the idea that gender dissonance is an intersex condition – although not new – is, I think, not especially widespread, as well as likely to be quite controversial to some.