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> Latest info on Brodmann Areas (BA)?, Any suggestions for latest reliable sources?
post May 03, 2018, 11:31 AM
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Just want to inquire if anyone in here has any helpful recommendations (or web sites, or links, etc.) re: the latest research, re: the functions associated with each area, per the 52+ Brodmann Areas in the brain?

I'm looking for recent data, if possible. Thank you so much for your input, if you find time to share. Thank you, kindly. =) ~Jeremy N.
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post May 04, 2018, 04:01 AM
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I'm not a Professor, and hope I could provide some suggestive opinions.

1. According to CH Hao, I advice to firstly classify the human brain structure into three main parts corresponding to the three phrases in the The Theory of Human Brain Structure Formation and Function Layers e-published on Oct 19, 2017. In my humblest opinion, after the three main parts, the subareas or the functioning area which might be even across the whole brain along with the brain sulci could be further classified.

2. If following theclassfication mentioned above, I thought there might be at least rodmann Area 53 or any number after 52 if you like, such as the subarea or subareas in these already existed areas, or the sulcus zone area which is slightly along the sulcus. For example, the intraparietal sulcus zone area could be the subarea you're looking for. As to the data, you might need to find your way, like kind of the coperation with some leagal lab, and I could recommend you to read the post called "Methodology of Big Data Automation Combined with the Signal Transmission System of Human Brain" for method.

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