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Human Body Nervous System

  • Are Teenage Brains Really Different From Adult Brains?

    Article examines the biology of the teenage brain and the developmental processes taking place.

  • The Azalea Works

    Introduces an educational and research activity that was created for purposes of consulting, lecturing, plant research, and development of improved azalea cultivars.

  • BBC: Nervous Anatomy

    Interactive diagram of the nervous system, with links to lots of information about the various nervous system parts, including games and activities.

  • Brain Explorer

    Features an exploration of the human brain, with lots of information about neurological control and brain disorders.

  • Brains Rule

    Features interactive games to help children learn about the parts of the nervous system and the power of their brains.

  • Coordination and Control

    Module about the nervous system with basic information and experiments for middle school students and teachers.

  • Discovering Psychology: The Human Brain

    Interactive diagrams of the human brain help children to understand the central core, limbic system and cerebral cortex and their functions.

  • International Brain Bee

    Neuroscience contest for high school students; includes an overview of what's involved and how to enter.

  • The Memory Exhibition

    Contains online exhibits, games, activities and articles about the function of memory and where it resides within our brains.

  • Neuroscience for Kids

    Presents a wealth of articles on all aspects of the brain, nervous system and neuroscience, together with activity ideas, games and video clips.

  • Neuroscience for Kids

    Information about the nervous system, featuring references and articles.

  • Neuroscience for Kids: Autonomic Nervous System

    Detailed discussion on the functions, its importance, and tabular comparison of the main division of the nervous system.

  • PBS: The Secret Life of the Brain

    Tours the human brain from birth to old age, with video clips, interactive functions, articles and a 3D brain exploration.

  • The Why Files: The Skull Speaks

    Details the enteric nervous system, which directly controls the gastrointestinal system, via a humorous narrative for children.

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