- sub- + cortex (Wiktionary)
“Tennessee, who contends that young fetuses can feel pain in a more primitive part of the brain called the subcortex, which receives pain signals before the cortex has been wired up.”
“The "basic machinery" to do this is located primarily in the subcortex.”
“They also determined the killers had higher than normal activity in a deeper, more primitive part of the brain, the subcortex, where the brain may stimulate aggressive behavior.”
“Goldberg also brings out how, because of the unique richness of the frontal lobes 'connections to different parts of the brain, other conditions which have their primary pathology elsewhere, even in the subcortex, may evoke or present themselves as frontal lobe dysfunctions.”
“Our scientists say there's no evidence that the subcortex can provide for the pain experience," Templeton told”
“His rationale for this is that adults can feel pain in the subcortex even if their sensory cortex is removed.”
“He told me he believes that pain can be felt before the connections to the cortex are in place; he thinks it is then felt in the subcortex, which matures earlier.”
“For only an extra Â£25 an Amygdala-activating extension is available which uses the latest in silhouette technology to project the image of an angry male face directly into the subcortex of unsuspecting drivers.”
“This technique will increase the neuronal activity in the neocortex and decrease it in the subcortex, thus correcting the chemical imbalance that feeds depression.”
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