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21 August 2011

Neuroanatomy--A primer (The Dana Foundation Website - 15 July 2011)

Dana_logo The brain boasts a complex architecture.  Here are the basics of its build and make-up.

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The human brain is a unique structure that boasts a complex three-dimensional architecture. Neuroscientists are only beginning to understand how the different parts of this intricate configuration work together to produce behavior. In the numerous neuroimaging studies that are published weekly, researchers use common neuroanatomical terms to denote location, organization, and, at times, implied function. Though a complete discussion of neuroanatomy is worthy of a thick textbook full of elaborate illustrations, common terminology used in neuroscientific research is highlighted below...

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