What's the role of the basolateral amygdala?

Shamim Khaliq shamim at khaliq.intensive.co.uk
Wed Dec 13 13:12:23 EST 2000


Thanks for this reply from Ross Murker:

Researchers T.D. Lingo and Neil Slade have postulated that the amygdala is
actually a switching station between our animal hindbrains and
human/spiritual/creative forebrains, and can be intentionally affected by
various stimulations to be "clicked forward" into higher functions of mind.
Apologies for lack of documentation, M. Slade does have a website up and
running.









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