limbic : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • a  of or relating to or forming a limbus

  • Lust grows from the limbic system; love, from the neocortex.
  • The cells in the limbic system of autistic individuals, Bauman's work shows, are atypically small and tightly packed together, compared with the cells in the limbic system of their .
  • Low in the central brain lies the limbic system (hypothalamus, hippocampus, amygdala), where the aggression seems to start.
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  • This is your brain on Vivaldi and Beatles
    Listening to music activates large networks in the brain, but different kinds of music are processed differently. A team of researchers has developed a new method for studying music processing in the brain during a realistic listening situation. Using a combination of brain imaging and computer modeling, they found areas in the auditory, motor, and limbic regions to be activated during free ...
    Aug. 7, 2013 - Science Daily

  • Patricia McConnell in Marin Independent-Journal
    We are emotionally connected to dogs at our limbic systems - perhaps that's why we love them so much,McConnell says.
  • Omar Minaya in Daily Press
    Through a process of co-evolution of brains and music, through the structures throughout our cortex and neocortex, from our brain stem to the prefrontal cortex, from the limbic system to the cerebellum, music uniquely insinuates itself into our... Daniel Levitin U.S. News & World Report Jan 14, 2009 58366 77696 limbo Willie's job was never in danger going into this meeting," Minaya said. "Willie has my support. He has the support of our ownership. ...... There is no limbo period. Willie is the manager."

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