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  1. Linguistics is also concerned with the evolution of the parts of the, brain ,that deal with language. Because anthropology developed from so many
  2. Pathologist of Princeton Hospital, Thomas Stolen Harvey, removed Einstein's, brain ,for preservation without the permission of his family, in the hope that the
  3. Face recognition technology. An independent microchip inside her artificial, brain ,handles gesture expression, body coordination, and emotion expression. Her
  4. Moral faculty that suppresses basic selfish urges but rather was basic to the, brain , hard-wired and pleasurable. Another experiment funded by the National
  5. In children with ASD. However, individuals with autism also have abnormal, brain ,activation in many circuits outside the MNS and the MNS theory does not explain
  6. They feel good about it ", what they found was that" another part of the, brain ,was also involved, and it was quite sensitive to the difference between doing
  7. Is one to six months. ADAM produces multiple inflammatory lesions in the, brain ,and spinal cord, particularly in the white matter. Usually these are found in
  8. Technique took 70 days and involved removing the internal organs, removing the, brain ,through the nose, and desiccating the body in a mixture of salts called natron.
  9. Altruistically and compared each person's level of altruism against their fMRI, brain ,scan. The results showed that PTC activity rose in proportion to a person's
  10. From studies based on event-related potentials, transient changes to the, brain ,'s electrical activity in response to stimuli, there is considerable evidence
  11. For reduced functional connectivity of the default network, a large-scale, brain ,network involved in social and emotional processing, with intact connectivity
  12. To the members of his platoon. He retired to the farm after a stroke and, brain ,surgery in 1952 left him an invalid and by August 1953" he seemed very old and
  13. Of autism; one example is lowered activity in the fusiform face area of the, brain , which is associated with impaired perception of people versus objects. Causes
  14. Biologically relevant phenotypes (observable traits) that can be viewed on, brain ,scans, to help further neurogenetic studies of autism; one example is lowered
  15. Cohort, cite aluminum exposure as a risk factor for Alzheimer's disease. Some, brain ,plaques have been found to contain increased levels of the metal. Research in
  16. Or object. ASD-related patterns of low function and aberrant activation in the, brain ,differ depending on whether the brain is doing social or nonsocial tasks. In
  17. Overgrowth occurs in all autistic children. It seems to be most prominent in, brain ,areas underlying the development of higher cognitive specialization. *
  18. And increased motor tension, such as foot tapping. While chemical issues in the, brain ,that result in anxiety (especially resulting from genetics) are well
  19. Understood. Its mechanism can be divided into two areas: the pathophysiology of, brain ,structures and processes associated with autism, and the neuropsychological
  20. Theophilus of Chalcedony, corrected Aristotle, placing intelligence in the, brain , and connected the nervous system to motion and sensation. Theophilus also
  21. Axon, with all its branches taken together, can innervate multiple parts of the, brain ,and generate thousands of synaptic terminals. Anatomy Axons are in effect the
  22. Disseminated encephalomyelitis (ADAM) is an immune mediated disease of the, brain , It usually occurs following a viral infection but may appear following
  23. Her lead allows Deign to find Hugh Aston. *Dr. Thomas Hendricks is a famous, brain ,surgeon who developed a new method of preventing strokes. He joined Galt's
  24. Male brain theory, hypothesizes that autism is an extreme case of the male, brain , defined psychometrically as individuals in whom systemizing is better than
  25. Rubber plantations. But contact with the compound sometimes resulted in, brain ,damage among those working the sprayers. In the second half of the 20th century
  26. That affect many or all functional brain systems, and to disturb the timing of, brain ,development more than the final product. Neuroanatomical studies and the
  27. With the Egyptians, placed the rational soul in the heart, rather than the, brain , Notable is Aristotle's division of sensation and thought, which generally
  28. Studies have found evidence in autistic children of delayed responses in the, brain ,'s processing of auditory signals. In the genetic area, relations have been
  29. By other means, such as in a biological neural network (for example, the human, brain ,implementing arithmetic or an insect looking for food),in an electrical
  30. Arnold-Chiari malformation Arnold-Chiari malformation is a malformation of the, brain , It consists of a downward displacement of the cerebellar tonsils and the
  31. Tract or upper motor neurons that project from the motor cortex of the, brain , On macroscopic pathology, there is a degeneration of the ventral horns of the
  32. Appears to result from developmental factors that affect many or all functional, brain ,systems, and to disturb the timing of brain development more than the final
  33. 2007 print issue of Nature Neuroscience, researchers have found a part of the, brain ,that behaves differently for altruistic and selfish people. The researchers
  34. Processes associated with autism, and the neuropsychological linkages between, brain ,structures and behaviors. The behaviors appear to have multiple
  35. Interests of others before their own by making charitable donations, another, brain , circuit was selectively activated: the subgenus cortex/septal region. These
  36. The notion of forming such terraces in the streets not one likely to cross the, brain ,of a Parisian of that generation ". But it was generally neglected in France
  37. Investigations of the long-term health effects are still ongoing, but elevated, brain ,aluminum concentrations have been found in postmortem examinations of victims
  38. Teratogens strongly suggest that autism's mechanism includes alteration of, brain ,development soon after conception. Just after birth, the brain s of autistic
  39. Function and aberrant activation in the brain differ depending on whether the, brain ,is doing social or nonsocial tasks. In autism there is evidence for reduced
  40. May be superficial pustules (boils) or deep skin abscesses),in the lungs, brain , teeth, kidneys and tonsils. Major complications are spreading of the abscess
  41. For personal gain and doing it for someone else's gain ". That part of the, brain ,is called the posterior superior temporal cortex (PTC). In the next stage
  42. Ion.: CO2 + H2O H2CO3 H+ + HCO3− It is the decrease in pH that signals the, brain ,to breath faster and deeper, expelling the excess CO2 and resupplying the cells
  43. Or soul),a key (life-force),and a name. The heart, rather than the, brain , was considered the seat of thoughts and emotions. After death, the spiritual
  44. Donations activated the Mesolithic reward pathway, a primitive part of the, brain ,that usually lights up in response to food and sex. However, when volunteers
  45. By handling events generated by other agents. An extension, the extreme male, brain ,theory, hypothesizes that autism is an extreme case of the male brain , defined
  46. By the results ". Although they" were expecting to see activity in the, brain ,'s reward centers ", based on the idea that" people perform altruistic acts
  47. Technology, Welding,Nursing, and Mechanics. Alaska has had a problem with a ", brain ,drain ". Many of its young people, including most of the highest academic
  48. Which is a part way between a rectangle and an ellipse. See, for example,the, brain ,structure amygdala, which uses a direct borrowing of the Greek term. Production
  49. Horns of the spinal cord, as well as atrophy of the ventral roots. In the, brain , atrophy may be present in the frontal and temporal lobes. On microscopic
  50. S symptoms result from maturation-related changes in various systems of the, brain , How autism occurs is not well understood. Its mechanism can be divided into

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