cytoarchitectonics


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the cellular composition of a bodily structure

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But, the authors wrote: "Our findings suggest that Einstein's extraordinary cognition was related not only to his unique cortical structure and cytoarchitectonics, but also involved enhanced communications routes between at least some parts of his two cerebral hemispheres." The new report underscores that the ways in which we use our brains - and the consistency with which we do so - may matter more as we age, said Peter U Tse, a Dartmouth College neuroscientist who has explored the underpinnings of artistic, scientific and mathematical creativity.
Then, Geschwind invited Friedrich Sanides, a late student of Oskar and Cecile Vogt (Brodmann was an earlier student), to travel to Boston from West Germany and spend a year here teaching me about cytoarchitectonics as a neuroanatomical tool to deepen the study of brain asymmetries.
Using a technique called cytoarchitectonics, in which the actual structure and arrangement of cells is revealed, the investigators mined the brains of seven adults who had been diagnosed as dyslexic.
Penetrations were limited to primary auditory cortex (A1) and anterior auditory field (AAF) as defined by sulcal landmarks and cytoarchitectonics [19, 22].