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Strikingly, the same protocols did not induce long-term information storage in the form of synaptic plasticity in the piriform cortex.
The Cortex A75 shows better performance in terms of instructions per cycle, while it supports an added L3 cache, thanks to new architecture support (that we'll talk about soon).
In behaviour tests, so called eyeblink conditioning, animals with and without NMDA receptors in the primary motor cortex had to learn to link a tone with a subsequent electrical stimulus of the eyelid.
The frontal lobe contains the primary somatomotor cortex (primary motor cortex area) (Brodmann area 4) (fig.
Cortex delivers a common control and monitoring interface for more than 290 processing modules found in the market-leading Synapse range, as well as a wealth of devices from different manufacturers, such as routers, waveform monitors and receiver decoders, using SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol).
The continuous ETS group showed marked reductions in TBARS in the frontal cortex and temporal cortex, without significant effects in the other regions or in the heart.
The cortex during normal waking moments combines its invariant memories with the details of what is happening now; it is constantly predicting things that are similar to, but at least slightly different from, what it has experienced in the past.
Newer technology is beginning to focus on imaging evidence of tinnitus; for example, positronemission tomography (PET) can demonstrate active areas in the cerebral cortex without the need for any external stimulation.
Move: When you think about moving your body, the motor cortex tells your muscles what to do.
This particular study tells us that even in the brain, the visual cortex in particular, neurons can still resolve very fine details that are not perceived.
Previous studies may not have accounted for the decrease in brain volume in the prefrontal cortex, which is associated with age and depression.
TEHRAN (FNA)- A major study shows new evidence that long-term smoking could cause thinning of the brain's cortex.
Using this gaping model, the Guelph researchers, along with University of Toronto professor Paul Fletcher, discovered that serotonin release in the visceral insular cortex may be responsible for the sensation of nausea.
Today, the ARM Cortex microcontroller architecture is available as the ARM Cortex-Mi processor (for FPGA) and the ARM Cortex-M3 processor (for silicon implementation).
Critical parts of the brain's outer layer, or cortex, thicken more rapidly during childhood and thin more drastically during adolescence in individuals with extremely high IQ scores compared with peers of average or moderately above-average intelligence, say neuroscientist Philip Shaw of the National Institute of Mental Health in Bethesda, Md.