The brain is omnipresent in bodily functions. Its vast array of responsibilities includes the regulation of all physical movements, memory, learning and emotions, as well as the reception and interpretation of all sensory inputs. These numerous responsibilities require the facility of a very complex organ, and the brain is complex, to say the least. The brain’s complexity provides a constant challenge for scientists to explore new theories. Because of the brain’s wide-ranging role in bodily functions, these studies have an impact on many other realms of science, such as psychology, neurology, and genetics.
The Brain Research Journal presents state-of-the-art research from around the globe in the form of Expert Commentaries, Short Communications, Research Studies, Abstracts, and Book Citations.