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The Amazing Neuron: Facts about Neurons


Neurons are specific, unique kinds of cells in our bodies that carry information through electrical and chemical signals. Neurons are a core component of our nervous system, which includes both the brain and the spinal cord.

The neuron hypothesis was a major influence on modern neuropsychology.

The neuron hypothesis has three key aspects:

  • Neurons are discrete, autonomous cells that interact but are not physically connected.
  • They send electrical signals that have a chemical basis.
  • They communicate with one another by using chemical signals.

Want to learn more about the amazing neuron? Read on…

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The Amazing Neuron: Facts about Neurons

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