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Higher nervous activity

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Higher nervous activity is a name that is best defined as considered as cognitive neuroscience in behavioral sciences such as ethology, comparative psychology, and deals with areas such as the neuroscience of higher mental processes such as memory consciousness, intelligence, etc.

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