But today, in the hot field of neuroscience, the trendy view, Michael Gazzaniga writes, is the “bleak view.”
His focus is neuroscience, his persona affable, reasonable, and calm.
I worked in the lab on neuroscience questions, and I taught a course on neuroscience.
One conspicuous example is how neuroscience is already creeping into courtrooms.
But, Gazzaniga argues, neuroscience has dispelled the myth of such a self, of such a “you.”
One neuroscience professor remarked off the record to The Washington Post that Holmes had been “strangely quiet.”
The new Chinese study joins this growing trend in neuroscience.
When Mary Jane died in September 2010, young James had just received an honors degree in neuroscience.
Tom LeClair on a confusing mix of neuroscience, George W. Bush, and unreliability.
Instead, current neuroscience holds that “impulse control” is more accurate than willpower—a slight but important distinction.
neuroscience neu·ro·sci·ence (nur'ō-sī'əns, nyur'-)
Any of the sciences, such as neuroanatomy and neurobiology, that deal with the nervous system.