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Abstract Submission Deadline 07 October 2022
Manuscript Submission Deadline 08 December 2022

The way the brain works and its working principle has long been a big scientific question that scientists have dreamed of solving. The brain works at different levels, from subcellular connection to whole brain coordination, and the operation at different levels is interactional and mutually coupled. How the ...

The way the brain works and its working principle has long been a big scientific question that scientists have dreamed of solving. The brain works at different levels, from subcellular connection to whole brain coordination, and the operation at different levels is interactional and mutually coupled. How the nervous system at different levels are interacting and coupling with each other is vital for understanding how brain functions at normal and abnormal states.
The purpose of this research topic is to provide a communication platform for exploring the working mechanism of the brain, in both physical and pathological status. This topic encourages the full use of experimental data from cognitive neuroscience, cognitive disorder, mental disorder, neurodynamics, mathematics and physics, computer science, brain-like intelligence, etc., to study the interactive models at all levels of the brain, to integrate the respective advantages of reductionism and holism in the field of brain function from methodological perspective.
The scope of contributions in the special issue mainly includes the following contents but are not limited:
1. Large-scale neuroscience theory and global neural coding;
2. Brain models for the interaction of various levels in the nervous system;
3. Modeling and experimental analysis of Mental disorders;
4. Modeling and experimental analysis of Sleep Disorders;
5. Modeling and experimental analysis of degenerative neurological diseases;

Keywords: Large-scale neuroscience theory, Mechanisms and models of the nervous system interacts at various levels, Global neural coding, Cognitive disorder, Mental disorder, Brain-like intelligence models and algorithms, Sleep Disorder


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