The effect of three different drug modulators on the electrophysiological response of Aplysia neurons was observed through the use of extracellular and intracellular recordings. Extracellular recordings captured the effects of magnesium chloride and glutamate at a variety of concentrations for each. Intracellular recordings displayed the effects of magnesium chloride, glutamate, and GABA for two concentrations each. For extracellular recordings, the average firing rate, average peak-to-peak voltage, average SNR, and sorted units were considered. For intracellular recordings, average firing rate, average peak voltage, and average resting potential were considered. Significance of data could not be determined using statistical analysis due to having a sample size of 1 for every experiment.