Ramón y Cajal’s Investigations into Neurophysiology

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Ramón y Cajal's Investigations into Neurophysiology
Ramón y Cajal conducted pioneering investigations of the central nervous system in the late nineteenth to twentieth century leading up to the current knowledge of neurophysiology. His scientific findings started a series of investigations into the neurophysiological processes that control human behavior and brain function. Neurophysiological processes include movement, sleep, consciousness, cognition, speech and hearing. The central nervous system controls human movement, emotions, temperature regulation, vision, hearing, appetite, sleep, breathing and consciousness. The information is transferred from the brain to the effector organs in the other parts of the body through electrical...
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