Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Neuroscience


Dr.K Pradeep, Dr.Dheeraj Kumar, Mr. Suresh Babu P.C .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2023, Volume 10, Issue 3, Pages 222-230

The study is an attempt to explore the relation of Mirror neuron and Sanskrit Language. Sanskrit language is one of the very peculiar, scientific as well as sacred language in the world. Neuro scientists, philosopher and linguistic scholars explore the magnificent dynamics and the importance of Sanskrit language, moreover its potential influence in human brain. For the past three decades, researchers have been very much interested in Neuroscience and language learning, which guide very excited rather than complex relation in the respective arena.  Mirror neuron, a specific brain cells in frontal lobes of premotor cortex in human brain. The Mirror Neurons have relative intenseto learn and adopt others intentions in closely action based language learning.In this intellectual concern, when we learn and practice Sanskritcreate great influence in the receptor sense which has been well mapped in the previous studies.  The study will explore the intrinsic relations and powerful influenceof Sanskrit Mantra and mirror neuron in the brain.

Neurolaw: A New Horizone Of Neuroscience And Law

Sidhartha Sekhar Dash; Prof Dr. Harish Ch. Padhi; Dr. Biswadeep Das

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 10, Pages 91-98

Neurolaw, the inter-disciplinary study of neuroscience and law, establishes a relationship of Brain with Law. The achievements of neuroscience shall co-operate better formulation of law and judicial decisions for a fairer judicial system. Emerging from the study of the human nervous system as a new legal phenomenon in the 1990s, Neurlaw promises to address various age-old legal questions and is fast expanding its frontier in diversified areas of law.