Red Mass - Split Brain Experiment album
Split Brain Experiment.
Transparent green vinyl, limited to 100 numbered copies. Also pressed on black (limited to 400 copies) and red (limited to 100 copies) vinyl.
Split brain experiment, Roger Sperry, left and right hemispheres, Brain, corpus callosum, Nobel Prize, medicine, game, Nobel, educational, tutorial, flash, brain. The split brain experiments revealed that the right and left hemisphere in the brain are good at different things. For instance, the right hemisphere is good at space perception tasks and music while the left is good at verbal and analytic tasks. The 1981 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine was awarded for discoveries in the 1960s concerning differences in the right and left brain hemispheres. Read about the background to the Split Brain Experiments. Do you need help with how to play the game? Have.
Typical splitbrain experiments involve presenting the subject with two stimuli simultaneously. These stimuli must be presented such that one will be processed by the left hemisphere and the other by the right. Examples of stimuli could be written words presented to the visual fields or tactile stimuli on differing sides of the body. Results from this experiment lead to the development of the two stream model of splitbrain consciousness. The model proposes that splitbrains have two streams of consciousness.
Split-brain or callosal syndrome is a type of disconnection syndrome when the corpus callosum connecting the two hemispheres of the brain is severed to some degree. It is an association of symptoms produced by disruption of or interference with the connection between the hemispheres of the brain. The surgical operation to produce this condition (corpus callosotomy) involves transection of the corpus callosum, and is usually a last resort to treat refractory epilepsy.
Split-brain is a computer term, based on an analogy with the medical Split-brain syndrome. It indicates data or availability inconsistencies originating from the maintenance of two separate data sets with overlap in scope, either because of servers in a network design, or a failure condition based on servers not communicating and synchronizing their data to each other. This last case is also commonly referred to as a network partition.
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|RCC-0037||Red Mass||Split Brain Experiment (10", Ltd, Num, Gre)||Rococo Records||RCC-0037||US||2010|
|RCC-0037||Red Mass||Split Brain Experiment (10", Ltd)||Rococo Records||RCC-0037||US||2010|