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Smokers should be informed that cigarettes could hasten the thinning of the brain's cortex, which could lead to cognitive deterioration.
These data suggest that the activation of the visceral insular cortex by serotonin may be responsible for the production of the elusive sensation of nausea, which is so difficult to treat.
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In the occipital cortex and midbrain, there were smaller cells (reduced total protein/DNA ratio) and a corresponding increase in cell packing density (DNA concentration), features that are likely to reflect neuronal damage and "reactive gliosis," that is, replacement with smaller, glial cells (O'Callaghan 1988, 1993; Roy et al.
The answer, he suggests, might involve the diverse connections between the cortex and other parts of the brain.
There's constant messaging between the cerebellum and parts of the cerebral cortex, so you can adjust your actions when conditions change.
NuttX is an open source, royalty free RTOS available under the non-restrictive BSD license that works seamlessly with the Atmel ARM Cortex M7 solutions, with the option to scale with our rich set of files, libraries and standard Unix-like environment.
Cortex, MPCore, Advantage, Metro and Velocity are trademarks of ARM Limited.
The most prominent cortical changes, especially in superior-IQ children, occurred in the prefrontal cortex, an area already implicated in analytical thinking.
For example, Duncan reported that a sharp jab to the skin causes reactions in the cortex, the highest level of the brain, which controls thought and perception, and also in lower regions that govern feelings, memories and motions.
BOSTON, March 25, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Cortex (www.
The new Cortex-A9 processors are compatible with other Cortex family processors and the popular ARM MPCore technology, thereby inheriting a rich ecosystem of OS/RTOS, middleware and applications to lower the costs associated with adopting a new processor.
Two new studies raise the bar on estimates of the magnitude of changes in nerve connections in the brain's outer layer, or cortex, during adulthood.
The cerebral cortex is a thin layer, less than 1/3 of a centimeter, that forms the outermost part of the cerebrum.