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- The Touch of Love.
- Everyone to Skis!: Skiing in Russia and the Rise of Soviet Biathlon.
- Boreal Birds of North America: A Hemispheric View of Their Conservation Links and Significance (Studies in Avian Biology)?
- White and Grey Matter?
- Issue 73 September 12222.
- MS Progression Linked to Deep Grey Matter Atrophy - Celgene.
Where it all started. The Grey Matter Group was founded on the idea that there was a better way to support health and social care providers ensure their staff met the needs of the people they cared for.
A five day programme split over several months that can give you the knowledge, understanding and competence to be an inspirational leader. Eddie, our Service Management and Customer Relationship Manager takes five minutes out to explain why the correct answer is often as unique as the person asking the question.
A Grey Matter on Apple Podcasts
More than 25 years ago, a weak correlation was found between IQ and overall brain size. Others have suggested that level of intelligence is due to the size of the frontal lobe. Now, however, a common view is that more subtle characteristics are likely to be involved, such as the speed at which nerve impulses travel in the brain, or the number of neuronal connections present.
This study challenges that idea, suggesting that the volume of certain brain regions may have an effect after all. Richard Haier from the University of California, Irvine, and colleagues used magnetic resonance imaging to measure the amount of grey matter in the brains of 47 adults, who also took standard IQ tests.
The researchers divided the brain into sections and imaged the amount of grey matter in each one. Grey matter is a diffuse network of brain regions thought to be involved in information processing. It is rich in nerve cell bodies and looks grey to the naked eye.
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