Neuroanthropology is the study of relationship between brain and culture, how culture influences brain development, structure and function, and the pathways followed by the co-evolution of brain and culture. The new findings in the brain sciences help us understand the interactive effects of culture and biology on human development and behavior. neuroanthropologists ground their research and explanations in how the human brain develops, how it is structured and how it functions within the genetic and cultural limits of its
include the evolution of the hominid brain, cultural development and the brain, the biochemistry of the brain and alternative states of consciousness, human universals, how culture influences perception, how the brain structures experience.
Neurophysiology and Rehabilitation emphasize in publishing the original scholarly articles related to Neurology and Rehabilitation worldwide. The journal follows rapid review process with the Eminent Editorial Board