This question is the third in a series, after: 1. Improved Typing as a result of slight movement 2. Neural Processes of Inducing Flow Background: Pseudo-random, 'swaying', motion appears to ...
Structural descriptions of neuronal networks are important for understanding brain dysfunctions; which dysfunctions, in particular?
In a recent paper, we find this quote: The brain contains vast numbers of interconnected neurons that constitute anatomical and functional networks. Structural descriptions of neuronal network ...
Many emotional and behavioral dysfunctions, such as bad decisionmaking (http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/brain/awg177), appear to be symptoms of impaired brain functioning. Conversely, stimulating brain ...