How Stress And The Brain Work Together With Different Environments

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Concentration is when someone is closely and carefully, paying attention to something. For example, someone might be concentrating when they are much focused on a test that they are taking. According to Boston College there are five areas of concentration. They include Behavioral Neuroscience, Cognitive Neuroscience, Developmental Psychology, Quantitative Psychology, and Social Psychology. (Behavioral Neuroscience, August 25, 2014.) According to (Behavioral Neuroscience, Boston College); behavioral neuroscience is usually social behaviors or actions that occur. For example a type of social behavior or behavioral neuroscience would be a child play-fighting. There are many people who study and research behavioral neuroscience including John Christianson, Michael McDannald, and Gorica Petrovich. John Christianson research’s how stress and the brain work together to familiarize with different environments. Michael McDannald researches ways that people use their brains to learn and how they focus on different things. Gorica Petrovich researches the way people eat and how they are motivated. Also how they learn about hunger and stress. (Behavioral Neuroscience, 2014.) According to (Cognitive Neuroscience, Boston College) the main focus of cognitive neuroscience is memory. There are many great researches of this science including Hiram Brownell, Elizabeth Kensinger, Sean MacEvoy, and Joseph Tecce. Hiram Brownell studies in cognitive neuroscience how injury to different parts…

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