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THE BRAIN FROM TOP TO BOTTOM. The Eye. The dorsal pathway comprises several cortical areas, including the medial temporal area (MT or V5), the medial superior temporal area (MST), and the ventral and lateral intraparietal areas (VIP and LIP).

THE BRAIN FROM TOP TO BOTTOM. The Eye. The dorsal pathway comprises several cortical areas, including the medial temporal area (MT or V5), the medial superior temporal area (MST), and the ventral and lateral intraparietal areas (VIP and LIP).

Learning with Pom Poms--To add variety use for a 2nd game: Make "caterpillars" with circles to match number lids

Learning with Pom Poms--To add variety use for a 2nd game: Make "caterpillars" with circles to match number lids

How Does the Brain Retain Information

Educational Infographics! - "How does the brain retain information"

Where is my mind? » Brain and Behaviour: 5. Processing visual information

Where is my mind? » Brain and Behaviour: 5. Processing visual information

The unexpected finding that neurons can co-release two neurotransmitter molecules, dopamine and GABA, through a common mechanism provides a further advance in our understanding of the nervous system. From Neuroscience: Promiscuous vesicles, John T. Williams, Nature 490, 178–179 (11 October 2012) #brain Nature Publishing Group

The unexpected finding that neurons can co-release two neurotransmitter molecules, dopamine and GABA, through a common mechanism provides a further advance in our understanding of the nervous system. From Neuroscience: Promiscuous vesicles, John T. Williams, Nature 490, 178–179 (11 October 2012) #brain Nature Publishing Group

8 Overused Author Interview Questions

8 Overused Author Interview Questions

Every wondered about neuroplasticity, retained reflexes and how you can "change your brain"? Wonder no more! Click on the photo for the full article from a neuroplasticity expert and practitioner.

Gross neuroanatomy - major brain structures. Adapted from Breedlove, Rosenzweig and Watson(2007)

Gross neuroanatomy - major brain structures. Adapted from Breedlove, Rosenzweig and Watson(2007)

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