Definition of neuroscience in English:

neuroscience

Line breaks: neuro|sci¦ence
Pronunciation: /ˈnjʊːrəʊsʌɪəns
 
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noun

Any or all of the sciences, such as neurochemistry and experimental psychology, which deal with the structure or function of the nervous system and brain: the company’s research areas include the neurosciences [mass noun]: Europe’s largest centre for neuroscience
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  • Some of the problems that we've been dealing with in the neurosciences and the cognitive sciences concerns the initial state of the organism.
  • This Institute brings together for the first time the basic neurosciences with psychiatry and neurology to investigate the fundamental neuronal basis of mental illness.
  • Following regionalization, Capital Health employed her as program director of cardiac sciences and neurosciences at UAH and Royal Alexandra Hospital.

Derivatives

neuroscientist

Pronunciation: /-ˈsʌɪəntɪst/
noun
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  • Therefore, it would be an excellent addition to the libraries of neuropathologists, neurologists, or molecular neuroscientists.
  • To me, it is unclear whether the intended readership is the public, the clinician, or the neuroscientist.
  • He was a neuroscientist who became an immunologist.

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