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- adv. In a neuroanatomical manner
- adv. With regard to neuroanatomy
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The second is that while both cortexes do indeed work in tandem and talk to each other, a great deal of (a) extreme behaviour and (b) delusional mental illness seems to be neuroanatomically explicable via the geenral principle of ‘things being/going wrong’ in terms of both the hemispherical balance and the communication between the two.
I didn't realize "instinct" had been defined neuroanatomically.
We used functional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to assess each patient's ability to generate willful, neuroanatomically specific, blood-oxygenation-level-dependent responses during two established mental-imagery tasks.
title The Female Brain description Interview with Dr. Louann Brizendine, researcher and author of the hot new book, The Female Brain, on neuroanatomically-based sex differences, female-centred neuropsychiatry, and more.