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- n. The branch of physiology that deals with the functions of the nervous system.
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- n. The branch of physiology that deals with the nervous system.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Physiology of the nervous system.
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- n. the branch of neuroscience that studies the physiology of the nervous system
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Research in neurophysiology is much more like paddling a small canoe on a mountain river.
He is a Howard University Ph.D. candidate in neurophysiology, and he is founder of the Secular Students of Howard University.
But Dr Chris Pomfrett, lecturer in neurophysiology applied to anaesthesia at the University of Manchester said further studies were needed to clarify whether the reduced blood pressure and respiration were really associated with hibernation or whether the findings were a result of poisonous effects of the gas.
The emergence of consciousness from neurophysiology is another.
The scientists that influenced me most were Otto Creutzfeld, who made me decide to take up a scientific career in neurophysiology, and Bernard Katz, in whose department at University College, London I was trained in cellular biophysics, and who still remains my mentor.
In the neuropsychiatry division David Rioch had assembled a broad and lively group of young neuroscientists, notably M.G.F. Fuortes and Robert Galambos in neurophysiology,
The research work of Eccles in neurophysiology has been recognized by several honours and awards amongst which the following may be mentioned: Knight Bachelor, 1958; Fellow of the
But in neurophysiology we have none of those vast tidal waves of discovery which shake the world to its foundations and which have such incalculable consequences for good or evil.
Daniel Keffer and Peter Haldan have positions in neurophysiology in the University of California at San Diego; Frederick
In 1952 a volume of 651 pages was published «In honour of S. Ramón y Cajal on the centenary of his birth 1852 by members of a research group in neurophysiology» at the Caroline Institute (Acta Physiol.