ScienceX_Brain_IO_types
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<h1>Brain Signaling: Input/Output Mechanisms</h1>
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<h2>Electrical Signals: Action Potentials</h2>
<p>Action potentials are rapid, transient changes in the electrical potential across a neuron's membrane. They propagate along the axon, allowing information to be transmitted over long distances within the nervous system.</p>
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<h2>Chemical Signals: Neurotransmitters (Short-range)</h2>
<p>Neurotransmitters are chemical messengers that transmit signals across synapses, the junctions between neurons. They travel very short distances and enable communication between neurons.</p>
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<h2>Chemical Signals: Hormones (Long-range)</h2>
<p>Some neurotransmitters can act as hormones when released into the bloodstream. These chemical signals can travel long distances to affect distant tissues and organs.</p>
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<p>Recent discoveries suggest that neurons working together create electric fields, which in turn can influence the behavior of the neurons that created them. This creates a feedback loop of neuronal activity and electric field interactions.</p>
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<h2>Quantum Mechanics in the Brain</h2>
<p>Some scientists hypothesize that quantum mechanical processes might play a role in brain function. While still controversial, this idea suggests that quantum effects could contribute to cognitive processes.</p>
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<h2>Neuron Components</h2>
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