cerebral hemisphere

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cerebral hemisphere

[sə′rē·brəl ′hem·ə‚sfir]
(cell and molecular biology)
Either of the two lateral halves of the cerebrum.
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Here's how these three factors combine to create a brain hemisphere imbalance.
12) The amygdala actually consists of two sets of nuclei (clusters of cell bodies)--one set in each brain hemisphere.
In our previous studies (1-3), evidences showed that IL-6 levels induced by lipopolysaccharide (LPS)injection were asymmetrically distributed in the two brain hemispheres.
Apparently, some of Our Top Education Researchers had concluded that learning disabilities were brought on by disjunctures between the brain hemispheres.
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Washington, Oct 15 ( ANI ): A new research has linked motor skills and perception, specifically as it relates to a second finding-a new understanding of what the left and right brain hemispheres "hear.
Robert Melillo, author of Disconnected Kids, integrates physical and cognitive activities with dietary change to improve children's functioning and to reduce or eliminate negative behaviors by correcting underlying imbalances in the connections within the brain hemispheres.
In 16 contributions drawn from a workshop held in August 2004, international experts discuss specific DTI techniques, and applications including investigating the role of the corpus callosum connecting the brain hemispheres, identifying markers of age-related and neurological disease-related changes, and guiding neurosurgery.
The brain hemispheres take turns sinking into the sleep stage characterized by slow brain waves.
To date, NSA Labs has performed histology services on over 2 million brain and spinal cord sections from more than 20 different species of animals, ranging from neonate brains to fully intact human brain hemispheres.
To assess the effect of short-track speed skating training on the relative structure and size of the two brain hemispheres, Im Joo Rhyu from the Korea University College of Medicine analyzed brain MRI scans of 16 male professional short-track speed skaters.
Repressive coping has been found to block the transfer of negative intrusive thoughts between brain hemispheres helping avert psychological breakdowns during crucial junctures of competition.