Pergamon, New York, Kroger - Cross-modal and cross-temporal association in neurons of frontal cortex.
Fuster - High-frequency transitions in cortical spike trains related to short-term memory. Using autoradiography with the tritiated DNA nucleoside 3H-thymidine, Altman [ 2728 ] gained first evidence for the production of glia cells and possibly also of neurons in the brains of young adult rats and adult cats.
Fuster - Frontal lobe and cognitive development. He also discovered characteristic structures in dendrites, which he called dendritic spines because of their appearance Fig.
In his own words, ", my greatest year arrived [ In many neurons, action potentials can travel backward from the axon and soma regions into the dendrites Stuart et al.
The finding that, in songbirds canaries, zebra finchesmales have larger song control nuclei in their brains as compared to females indicated that the number of neurons in those adult birds may change with the season [ 35 ].
However, OB neurogenesis is easier to detect than hippocampal neurogenesis and it took several years until there was reliable evidence that hippocampal neurogenesis does exist in adult mammals.
Degeneration and regeneration of the neurons and axons Figure 9: The animals had experienced severe stress because of social isolation from their group [ 16 ]. At the time, neuronal plasticity was thought to be limited to the peripheral nervous system. Translational research Parasagittal MRI of the head of a patient with benign familial macrocephaly Neurologypsychiatryneurosurgerypsychosurgeryanesthesiology and pain medicineneuropathologyneuroradiologyophthalmologyotolaryngologyclinical neurophysiologyaddiction medicineand sleep medicine are some medical specialties that specifically address the diseases of the nervous system.
Fuster - Network memory.
The formation of new neurons is regulated by substances derived from blood vessels and is targeted by an enormous number of factors [ 6179 ]. His father took Ramon y Cajal to visit a graveyard to study anatomy. At the molecular level, the basic questions addressed in molecular neuroscience include the mechanisms by which neurons express and respond to molecular signals and how axons form complex connectivity patterns.
These anatomical discoveries were published by Cajal in Fuster - Cerebro y memoria. Cajal's brilliant hypothesis was mostly correct, as he didn't foresee the existence of chemorepellents or the fact that a same molecule could attract or repel a growth cone depending on the battery of receptors expressed by the neuron or its metabolic state de Castro et al.
He is likewise noted for his nonscientific writings, particularly his autobiography, Recuerdos de mi vida Recollections of My Life. Fuster - Prefrontal cortex and memory in primates.
Repeated or chronic stress changes the morphology of neurons in various brain areas. Principles of Frontal Lobe Function. A schematic view on adult neurogenesis. How does the somatosensory system process tactile information?.
Hypnoanalgesia and the study of pain experience: from Cajal to modern neuroscience Renzo C. Lanfranco 1,2*, Andrés Canales-Johnson 2,3 and David Huepe 2 1 Department of Psychiatry and Mental Health, Faculty of Medicine, Universidad de Chile, Santiago, Chile.
Books by Santiago Ramón y Cajal. Life in the Year A Fantasy Dream by. Santiago Ramón y Cajal. avg rating — 0 ratings: Want to Read saving Ramon y Cajal by. Santiago Ramón y Cajal, Alfredo Romero (Introduction) avg rating — 0 ratings: Want to Read saving. Nov 01, · Santiago Ramón y Cajal  (Spanish: ; 1 May – 17 October )  was a Spanish pathologist, histologist, neuroscientist, and Nobel laureate.
His original pioneering investigations of the microscopic structure of the brain have led to his being designated by many as the father of modern neuroscience.
Studies of the brain mechanisms of cognitive functions (attention, perception, memory, language, and intelligence).
The objective of these studies is to gain better understanding of the dysfunction of the cerebral cortex in neurological and mental illness impairing cognition.
Santiago Ramön y Cajal Texture of the Nervous System of Man and the Vertebrates The present revolution in Neuroscience has its roots in the work of Santiago Ramon y Cajal, who during almost half a century () of patient work the field and breathed new life. The Dreams of Santiago Ramón y Cajal Benjamin Ehrlich.
The first English translation of the lost dream diary of Santiago Ramón y Cajal; Offers context about the diffusion of psychoanalysis in Spain during the twentieth century and how this movement affected the foundation of neuroscience.An introduction to the life of santiago ramon y cajal