|Faculty:||Faculty of Science, Engineering, and Architecture
|Description:||Behavioural Neuroscience is the study of relationships that exist between behaviour and the structural, chemical, and electromagnetic organization of the brain. It is a key discipline that strives to relate to all aspects of behaviour, experiences, and feelings to changes in the chemistry, cell activity, and physics of the brain. Abnormal changes in the physical properties of the brain are responsible for many psychological and social adaptation problems. However, some changes can produce special behaviours, such as unique talents.
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