Making your Mind
Molecules, Motion, and MemoryUnknown - 2009
Four lectures describe mapping of the brain, how the brain structure and the breakdown of what occurs in what areas during complex brain functions, and an overview of research that led to the understanding of memory and brain function. Also explained is the molecular logic of neural circuits, plus an overview of the spinal cord and how these circuits control movement. All the lectures contain the questions/answer sections to interact with the audience. How does a nerve cell get its identity? In these lectures one will learn how the nerve cell operates, how it send signals, and how it connects to other cells in order to function properly.
Publisher: Chevy Chase, MD: Howard Hughes Medical Institute, c2009
Edition: Version 1.1
Characteristics: 2 videodiscs (232 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. (DVD)
Alternative Title: Molecules, motion, and memory [videorecording (DVD)]