What is neuroscience?
Neuroscience is the scientific study of the nervous system. Neuroscience has been seen as a branch of biology. However, it is currently considered as interdisciplinary subject including psychology, computer science, mathematics, physics, philosophy, chemistry and medicine. As a result, the scope of neuroscience has broadened by including multidisciplinary-approach of molecular, developmental, structural, functional, evolutionary, computational, and medical aspects of the nervous system. Also, the techniques used by neuroscientists have also developed enormously -from biophysical and molecular studies of individual nerve cells to imaging of perceptual and motor tasks in the brain. Neuroscience was called as neurobiology which limited the range of it only in biology. However, as its’ name changed into Neuroscience as an independent subject of science, the range of brain science became larger by including various areas of science.
Neuroscience: Psychological Approach
Neuroscience and psychology is closely related to each other. Psychology is the subject of analyzing human activities, rather related to human science than natural science. Neuroscience is the subject that investigates scientific reasons of human activities – finding out the brain process about specific actions. In some part, Neuroscience is the specified subject of psychology. For example, if psychology analyzes the reason why people such dream, Neuroscience finds out chemical and biological process in the brain of the dream and also interprets the process and figures out the reason of it- just like psychology. Those who study neuroscience should study psychology. Before they knew what made people act, they should know specifically about human’s instinct or characteristic for further study.
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