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Synchronization is deemed to play an important role in information processing in many neuronal systems. In this work, using a well known technique due to Pecora and Carroll, we investigate the existence of a synchronous state and the bifurcation diagram of a network of synaptically coupled neurons described by the Hindmarsh-Rose model. Through the analysis of the bifurcation diagram, the different dynamics of the possible synchronous states are evidenced. Furthermore, the influence of the topology on the synchronization properties of the network is shown through an example.