[ US /ˈnjʊɹoʊˌsaɪəns/ ]
[ UK /njˈuːɹəsˌa‍ɪ‍əns/ ]
  1. the scientific study of the nervous system
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How To Use neuroscience In A Sentence

  • But the presence or absence of their mother may make all the difference in determining which is which, according to new research published online yesterday in Nature Neuroscience. Mother’s Presence can Override Fear | Impact Lab
  • This is part of an emerging science called neuromarketing, which uses the techniques of cognitive neuroscience to try and evaluate and design better product promotions. Mind Hacks: February 2006 Archives
  • The apostle Paul has a great passage in the book of Romans, chapter 7 I believe, where he anguishes over the fact that the good that he knows and wants to do he finds difficult to accomplish because of his flesh (in neuroscience, brain). Testing the Freedom to Choose, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • The UK has world-class neuroscience, and this Centre would consolidate the UK's position as a global leader.
  • Neuroscience has not fully exploited hypnosis and hypnotic suggestion as experimental tools.
  • The Department has a strong bias towards neuroscience.
  • The study was published Dec . 12 in the Journal of Neuroscience.
  • Neuroscience Network Projects: Scientists are increasingly turning to chemistry and biology to create new designs for neural network computer systems.
  • The spunky teen went on to pursue a PhD in neuroscience.
  • Following regionalization, Capital Health employed her as program director of cardiac sciences and neurosciences at UAH and Royal Alexandra Hospital.
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