"These very selective studies have found that the frontal cortex is the orchestrator, linking things together for a...

“These very selective studies have found that the frontal cortex is the orchestrator, linking things together for a…

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“These very selective studies have found that the frontal cortex is the orchestrator, linking things together for a final output,”

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/01/180117114924.htm

10 comments

  1. my conductor ain’t got no rhythm . . .

  2. Cade Johnson – 😉

  3. I have a seizure disorder…my conductor is shakey at best

  4. A semi conductor?

  5. You know what Harvard just published brain trauma and ongoing headaches resulting from this have a direct impact on thinking the frontal cortex. Rather than stating the headaches are persistent and they need to research preventative measures and counteractive regenerative stuff the article said this thinking on the frontal cortex proves that patients exaggerate their headaches and affects their perception of pain tolerance. So they feel something is worse than it is. Aka Harvard published another sociopath. Who wrote a dissertation on absolutely nothing except how to call a brain trauma patient a liar even if there’s brain thinking on an ongoing basis. Theyade it clear this has an effect of ongoing pain that drives patients mentally insane. Because they’re exaggerating. Rape culture Nazi regime Harvard for you

  6. Thinning not thinking.

  7. It is where all the nerve endings are. You think this is directly related to concussions and lasting headaches

  8. it is customary to signify by when you are done 😉

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