Neurophysiology

Neurophysiology is the branch of physiology that focuses on the study of the functioning and processes of the nervous system. It explores the electrical, chemical, and mechanical aspects of how nerve cells (neurons) communicate with each other and how the nervous system coordinates various bodily functions. Neurophysiologists use a combination of techniques, including electrophysiology, imaging, and molecular biology, to investigate how neurons generate and transmit electrical signals, how synapses work, and how neural networks process information. This field plays a critical role in understanding brain function, neurological disorders, and the underlying mechanisms of sensory perception, motor control, memory, and other cognitive processes.

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