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Triune Brain Concept

At the core of the human brain is the old proto-reptilian brain, or R-complex , which is responsible for innate, stereotyped, species-typical behavioral patterns necessary for survival of self and species.

BCC Reptilian Generator

BCC Reptilian Generator Reptilian produces a texture resembling a scaly or spotted animal skin. Offset XY position controls set the pattern of the animal skin at a given point by moving through the procedural noise which generated the effect.

ASSOCIATION OF REPTILIAN AND AMPHIBIAN VETERINARIANS

1 ASSOCIATION OF REPTILIAN AND AMPHIBIAN VETERINARIANS BYLAWS ( REVISED 2002) (REVISED 2007) ARTICLE I - Title The Association shall be known as the Association of Reptilian and Amphibian Veterinarians (ARAV) and shall be incorporated under the laws of the General Not for Profit Corporation Act ...

The Evolution of the Amygdala

The Amygdala by Dr. John Veltheim BASIC FUNCTION The amygdala is an almond-shaped structure in the center of the brain. It has direct links to the reptilian brain, the limbic brain, and the cortex, and is the key to our vital survival mechanisms.

The Triune Model of the Brain

The Brain Stem (A) • Often called the reptilian brain • Always on the alert for life-threatening events • We "downshift" when responding to life-threatening conditions • "Flight or Fight" level of brain • Action takes place without thinking • Anything that is a threat-real ...

The Triune Brain

The Triune Brain illustration from-Thethree units of the human Brain Júlio Rocha do Amaral, & Jorge Martinsde Oliveira (image somewhat degraded to speed up download) Paul MacLean discovery of the TheTriune Brain The Reptilian Brian The Limbic System (Paleomammalianbrain) The Neocortex ...

Reptilian heart development and the molecular basis of ...

LETTERS Reptilian heart development and the molecular basis of cardiac chamber evolution Kazuko Koshiba-Takeuchi 1,2,3,4 *, Alessandro D. Mori 1,2,3,5,6 *, BogacL.

VetScan® Avian Reptilian Profile Plus

Microsoft Word - 500-7131 Rev D Avian Reptilian Profile Plus.doc

Needs, Moral Development, and the Triune Brain

The triune brain is composed of three neural substrates that are represented by the reptilian brain, the paleomammalian brain, and the neomammalian brain (ibid.) .

The Reptilian Brain, Dissociation and Seeing from the Core

The Reptilian Brain, Dissociation and Seeing from the Core by Rosemary Gaddum Gordon 2002.PDF