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Neurological Bases of Behavior:
Comparative, evolutionary perspective: Used to see when researchers are looking for continuity between species as well as why and how changes in brain and behavior occur have developed and what they lead to. Furthermore, it also answers many of the questions raised about behavior that can be partially answered by animal studies. They are evolutionary changes ongoing processes? Also if there are any species-specific behaviors that occur in other
species and Homosapien (man). Why do we forget what can go wrong (Alzheimer’s)?
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Developmental (throughout life). How does the brain grow from the time of conception to maturity, aging and death? What are the different developmental stages? The question keeps coming up over and over again, whether nature or nurture triggers or controls it, whether it’s biological and genetic programming or external stimulation that moves development in a particular direction.
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The level of analysis studies in the brain is different from the study of the behavior of large numbers of people
neurons or just one under the microscope. The molar view focuses on groups of networks, neurons, or neuroanatomical areas, while molecular research focuses on individual units, one cell, one molecule, single impulse, and brain-behavior relationships.
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Some of the simpler behaviors (because they can be measured as the activity takes place and neurochemical interactions, neuroanatomical substrates are relatively well identified). feeding, thirst, sexual behavior, temperature regulation aggression, etc. Similarly neuroanatomical and neurochemical substrates of vision, perception, listening, and body movement the parts are also fairly well defined by the research done so far.