concerns the bringing on of an emotional illness or mental illness which significantly disrupts an individuals ability to cope.
describes the pathway of neurons which is taken to pass the action potential and therefore response from the receptor to the effector, there are...
otherwise known as neuroplasticity, this is the ability for a neuron to adapt and change in response to a stimulus from its environment.
typically happens during embryological development for example. Neurobiotaxis is the formation and development of nerve fibres towards the tissue it will innervate, once developed.
can be found in the axons of neurons and which are involved in the transport of materials along the axon structure.
Defines any disruption to the body's function as a result of damage to the nervous system.
the study of the effect certain drugs have on the nervous system of organisms.
in the context of psychoanalytic theory, neurotic conflict is intraphychic conflict which leads to persistent maladjustment and emotional disturbance. Neurotic conflict was also looked...
first described by Bertrand Russell (1872 - 1970) the British philosopher highlighted the stance that some believe there is only one substance to reality...
is one of the many acetylcholine receptors found at neuromuscular junctions in the body which respond to nicotine.