27/01/1903 Australian neurophysiologist John Eccles is born
History of Psychology: Sir John Eccles
He is most known for his research of the synapse, a structure that permits one nerve cell to pass a signal to another. Eccles first believed that synaptic transmission was electrical rather than chemical. Although he was wrong, his arguments led to experiments which proved chemical synaptic transmission.
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