Reptile Brain - Harsh Words - Reptile Brain (File, MP3)

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  1. The term “Reptile Brain”, part of the “Triune Brain”, was first proposed in the ′s by the American physician and neuroscientist Paul D. MacLean as a way of describing three aspects of the human brain: the Reptilian Complex, the Paleomammalian Complex and the Neomammalian Complex. From Stanley Keleman's Emotional Anatomy.
  2. The Reptilian Brain is a metaphor for the behavior it creates in us humans. What is the Reptilian Brain? The reptilian brain, serpentine brain, lizard brain, or R complex is known as the oldest part of the brain. I’ll use these terms interchangeably throughout this article. They all mean the same thing.
  3. The Reptilian Brain is the part of your brain which deals with basic bodily functions such as pumping your heart, breathing of the lungs, and the regulation of all chemical processes going on in your body. The reptilian brain evolved to serve your genes by driving fundamental needs such as feeding, survival, mating, and self-maintenance.
  4. Mar 18,  · The reptilian brain is the oldest part of your brain and deals with basic bodily functions. The R-Complex, also called the “reptilian brain”, is your first and oldest brain. It evolved to serve your genes by driving fundamental needs such as survival, mating, feeding and self-maintenance.
  5. Dec 03,  · 1. The reptilian brain, composed of the basal ganglia (striatum) and brainstem, is involved with primitive drives related to thirst, hunger, sexuality, and territoriality, as well as habits and.
  6. Your Reptile Brain and How it Controls You. Although we think and believe that we are in control just one day of observing your self will prove to you that most of your life is run on auto-pilot and in a subconscious way. Especially your emotional and habitual life.
  7. It was Paul D. MacLean who, in , presented his theory of the evolution of the reptilian brain to explain emotional processes and their changes throughout our evolution as a species.. According to the famous psychiatrist and neuroscientist, human beings of today have continued to maintain three basic structures: a reptilian brain, a limbic system, and a brain that is new and complex.
  8. Aug 20,  · They compared neurons in the reptiles' pallium – the upper layers of cells in the brain – with those of mouse and human neurons from the neocortex. Then, they compared the reptile neurons with two parts of the mammals' limbic system, the hippocampus and amygdala, which usually process learning and fear, respectively.
  9. Jun 16,  · The reptilian brain is based in survival mode which elicits impulsive programmed responses (constant reaction to present triggers). Characteristics of the Reptilian brain include dominance (dominate or be dominated), aggression, sex and seeking a mate, rigidity, obsessiveness, compulsiveness, worship, fear, submission and greed. These are all.

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