Fundamentals of Neuroscience
Welcome to the Fundamentals of Neuroscience course at Wikiversity! This course provides a general introduction to the most essential principles of neuroscience, from neuron to perception, intended to give a strong foundational understanding of the human brain and nervous system so that this foundation can be expanded on by more advanced topics like those found elsewhere in Topic: Neuroscience.
Lesson 1: What is Neuroscience?
Lesson 2: Neural Cells
Lesson 3: Neural Signaling
Lesson 4: Classification of the Nervous System
Lesson 5: Divisions of the Brain
Lesson 6: Development
Lesson 7: Sleep
Lesson 8: Memory
Lesson 9: Language
Lesson 10: Emotion
Lesson 11: Sight
Lesson 12: Hearing
Lesson 13: Taste and Smell
Lesson 14: Pain and Touch
Lesson 15: Movement
Lesson 16: Developmental Disorders
Lesson 17: Degenerative Disorders
Lesson 18: Psychiatric Disorders
Lesson 19: Injury Disorders
Lesson 20: Other Disorders
Lesson A: Basic Cell Biology
Lesson B: Properties of Electrical Currents
Lesson C: Membrane Potential at Rest
Ready to test your knowledge? Go to the Exams section.
If you have questions or suggestions, feel free to contact Kernsters.
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