cerebral hemisphere

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Under 10% chloral hydrate anesthesia, rats were irradiated in brain hemisphere (right side: n = 6; left side: n = 6) with a highly collimated 6 MV photon beam from a linear accelerator (Primus-M, Siemens, Germany) with a single dose of approximately 30 Gy.
They show that connections between distant brain regions, between brain hemispheres, and between processing modules lose fewer nerve fibers during brain maturation than expected.
This stimulates interaction between the two brain hemispheres.
Neurologists have discovered that ADHD, dyslexia, autism, Asperger's syndrome, Torette's syndrome, obsessive-compulsive disorder, oppositional-defiant disorder, and many other learning disabilities all have the same underlying cause--Functional Disconnection Syndrome which is the imbalanced development of the two brain hemispheres (Melillo, 2009).
The neuroradiological findings of posterior leukoencephalopathy syndrome typically include high-signal changes at the cortical and subcortical levels in the parietal and occipital lobes in the posterior areas of the brain hemispheres.
Another assumption is that the spine acts as circuit breakers & would misalign as a result of emotional triggers, nutritional deficiencies, presence of toxins in body and breakdown in the communication between brain hemispheres.
In each of the four cognitive evaluations, patients with bilateral carotid stenosis showed significant impairments, compared with the controls, in both brain hemispheres.
Women tend to use both brain hemispheres more equally than men.
He does not expect his anthropomorphic descriptions of the brain hemispheres as actors, 'usurping', 'seeing', having drives, being in conflict etc.
He argues that deception, which occurs even between our brain hemispheres, is closely tied to group conflict, courtship, neurophysiology and immunology, but can be overridden by awareness of it and its consequences.
His special interest is cognitive neuroscience, and his empirical research has focused on the interaction of left and right brain hemispheres.
Although the underlying reason for improved memory following side-to-side eye movements is unknown, some experts believe the horizontal movement strengthens memory by engaging both the right and left brain hemispheres in memory tasks.
It was hypothesized that the immune function of glia cell to the inflammatory insults is asymmetrically distributed in the two brain hemispheres.
Perhaps best-known for his work with 'split-brain' patients that showed that the right and left brain hemispheres have differing functions, Gazzaniga (SAGE Center for the Study of the Mind, U.
Separating our species from virtually all others, we have two highly specialized brain hemispheres.