The Complex Mind

... has various layers of nerve cells, their dendrites. These regions, whose functions are manifold consist of the primary visual, auditory, sensory and motor cortices. Apart from these basic internal decoders, there are the association cortices which help us sort and filter the information received, helping the brain form out a ‘verbal lexicon’ of associated meanings and memories.

The verbal lexicon differs in individuals with different creative output, with highly creative ones having rich and complex cortical connections.

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