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Split brain behavioral experiments

Posted on: February 3, 2014

To reduce the severity of his seizures, Joe had the bridge between his left and right cerebral hemisphers (the corpus callosum) severed. As a result, his left and right brains no longer communicate through that pathway.

1 Response to "Split brain behavioral experiments"

Given that not all brains are created equal, does the width/length/thickness or density of the corpus colustrom have a demonstrable/observable effect on intelligence and/or psychosocial processes in the (to all intents and purposes) “normal individual?” Thus, dare we ask: are some human brains therefore more or less positively endowed based on the characeristics of the corpus colustrom?

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