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brain regions

Posted by alexandra_k on June 23, 2021, at 5:26:04

there really are different brain regions for different kinds of tasks.

frontal lobes have to do with rationality and future planning. we know because of people who have obliterated that region through acquired accident. (phineas gage). what that did to personality. how that altered them as a person. how it affected their life.

philosophers have become overly attached to the frontal lobes as somehow the pinnacle or epitome or top of the hierarchy of intelligence simpicitor. what separates us from the animals and from infantile state. but that's just wrong.

(well then B- me for my essay in anatomy to prevent and prohibit my future progress in academia)...


the cerebellum is the pinnacle or epitome of neuromuscular intelligence. movement patterning.

the limbic system is the pinnacle or epitome of emotional intelligence. the capacity to diffuse or dissarm extreme emotional state with the appropriate complement. to identify that and respond accordingly.

the way that the cerebellum can respond intelligently with counter-movement.

i'm starting (just the most basic) of understanding of breath control and regulation. which is (of course) the key to thoracic spine. and (by extension) scapula posture and (by extension) proper arm movement.

and how my legs don't move, really, but my spine does.

cerebellum. yeah.




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