Mapping the Human Brain

Teri Stover


Mapping the brain consist of:

-How memories are stored.

-How personality traits develop

-How people learn skills.

Importance to humans society and peers

Mapping of the Human brain is important to us and our society because it mainly consists of us, it shows how memories or experiences in the past are stored and how they may effect your personality and even the way you learn, so all in all it makes up who you are.

Time Frame

Its going to be a long journey to understanding the human brain. The first discoveries to conduct thus project only happened in the past few years and we still have many years to come.

Ethical Concerns

One of the many examples of ethical concerns on the mapping of the human brain is building computer models of the brain that could challenge our concepts of person good, free will, personal responsibility, and nature of consciousness. In the medicine, brain stimulation could make it easier to communicate with people who are unable to speak.

Relation to other areas of science

The mapping of the human brain is not only in the feild of biology but psychology as well having to do with the scientific study of the human brain and its functions, especially those affecting behavior in a given context.

further research conducted

Scientist hope to see this project develop the technology essentail to understanding diseases like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's, and find other therapies to many of the mental illnesses.


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