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    We, the human species are unique. This is a phrase we all have heard at some point in our lives. We are "unique" compared to other animals in our language, movements, and emotions. We have our own language which the majority of animals do not, we stand on two legs while the majority of the animals are on four legs, and we are much more sensitive to our emotional reactions, making us complex animals. Now, where does all these differences come from? As the title suggest, our human brains are incredible

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    The brain has four main structures; the Cerebrum, Cerebellum, Limbic System, and the Brain Stem. The Cerebrum, also known as the Cerebral Cortex, is the largest part of the human brain. It is divided into four parts that are called “lobes”: there 's the frontal lobe which is linked with reasoning, planning, parts of speech, emotions, and problem solving- the parietal lobe which is linked to movement, orientation, and recognitions- the occipital lobe which is linked to visual processing like object

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    The Human Brain

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    understand the complexity of the human brain. Just as when one goes to buy a car they focus on the outside features instead of what is under the hood and how it works. Just as a car has an engine and other features working the car, the brain has different functions that control not only your movements, but also the way that you perceive the world. With the brain only weighing around three pounds it is known to be the best “computer system” there is. The brain has to communicate with the senses

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    reason: survival… as deep in the brain…we got special cells known as mirror neurons” (H. C. Sinclair, 2013). It also relates to current human behavior for the reason that it echoes the modeling or imitation behavior executed by children and adolescents. For example, individuals that are into Football will get worked up from just watching it due to similarly reacting to the responses of the actual audience at the game. The reason as to why is because of the outcome of the human brain’s premotor cortex initiating

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    The Human Brain The human being is considered to be the ultimate form of life on the earth. This is not because the human body is strong and agile. Many other animals posses skills much superior to humans and are able to perform feats humans can only dream of. The one thing that distinguishes humans from all of the other organisms on this planet is the brain. The brain is the site that controls the human body. However, unlike in animals, in man, the brain is also the site of the

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    the human brain can be burdened with various diseases and disorders. Since the brain acts as the bodies control system, any malfunctions can result in serious problems to the entire system, including memory, sensation, and even personality; factors such as illness, genetics, and trauma are a few of the main things that cause Brain disorders. (Brain Disorders) Degenerative diseases, psychiatric diseases, brain tumors, brain injuries,and addiction are some major illnesses that come into play. Degenerative

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    Every day, the human brain undergoes new experiences. New things are learned, connections are made, and synapses occur. The body relies on the brain to understand one’s surroundings, but the brain also relies on the body, as the senses are needed in order to gather information. Every sense is important for one to create a complete picture of the world, but things change when one of these senses is missing. There have been a variety of studies on what happens to the brain as a result of a missing

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    of study for those interested in human sciences. In particular, stress is often viewed through the scopes of a Psychologist, Sociologist and an Anthropologist. The Psychologist 's perspective revolves around relations between stress and the human brain. One of the questions they might ask would be if an individual can be born with stress. The answer is sometimes but not often. Researches at the University of Edinburgh found that mother’s wombs and babies brains contain a chemical protecting them

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    The human brain is a big, intricate—yet delicate, structure in the human body. It is the key structure in cognitive function. Any damage to the brain does not only “erase” memories but also may “deceive” the brain to erroneously remember a new object as being familiar (2010). The innovative researchers at Cambridge University investigated this phenomenon in their research on The Paradoxial False Memory for Objects after Brain Damage. The publication began by stating the widely acceptable premise

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    resolutions that the human brain achieves when interpreting sound, unknown scientific truths and developments of society can be exposed through various examinations of auditory data in conjunction with traditional visual data. Following an advanced series of steps, the brain transforms sound waves into interpretable information. Once the sound wave has passed the eardrum and reaches the inner ear, the behavior of the wave is converted into electrical signals that are sent to the brain. The spiral-shaped

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