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Psychology and Psychotherapy: Research Study

Psychology from Neurobiology

  • Open or Close Mukundan CR*

    Axxonet Brain Research Laboratory, India

    *Corresponding author: Mukundan CR, Axxonet Brain Research Laboratory, Axxonet System Technologies, Bangalore, India

Submission: May 31, 2018;Published: June 07, 2018

DOI: 10.31031/PPRS.2018.01.000510

ISSN 2639-0612
Volume1 Issue2


A neurobiological system consists of a physical system which accepts signals from outside, process them and make responses using the same physical system. Signal processing at the sensory and motor domains have contributed to the creation of immensely enriched processing systems, most of which we call the cognitive processing. Man has built such processing systems using comparable processing functions, which we call artificial intelligence and the associated processing abilities are used in multiple applications. The cognitive abilities of the brain and their corrections are used for all survival needs, as well as for creation of new realities, which have helped change in parts and full the scope, opportunities, and the functional abilities to meet and change the realities of the universe. These in turn, have been changing the scope and living styles of millions of human beings over thousands of years. Equally important is the presence and utilization of a driving force of the system, without which the system has no life and it perishes.

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