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The Human Bio-Computer:
Based on the Neural Architecture and Functional Neuroanatomy of the Human Brain

Rhawn Gabriel Joseph, Ph.D.
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I have designed a Bio-Computer Which Can Think, Perceive, Reason, Read, Speak and Understand Language, feel Human Emotions, and Experience Self-Consciousness; and I will soon launch a start-up to create a prototype.

I pioneered the field of human neuroscience, and am an expert in the development and evolution of the human brain, functional neuroanatomy and the neural architecture which makes human experience a reality. Thus, the design of the human-bio-computer is based on the functional neuroanatomy of the human brain.

Unlike engineers with little or no expertise in the overall functional neuroanatomy of the brain, I am an expert in this field and have published major scientific discoveries in neuroscience, beginning in the 1970s, and have written several best selling neuroscience books.

I've been familiar with the literature on Artificial Intelligence since the late 1960s, and have kept abreast of developments in visual and speech language recognition systems, and "neural networks" which is a concept I pioneered in my 1982 monograph, the Neuropsychology of Development, and which was featured on the cover of the prestigious Journal of Clinical Psychology, and reprinted by Harvard Medical School and other universities.

Twenty years ago, I sent to Steve Jobs the just published 2nd edition of the "best selling" Neuroscience text I authored (1996), and we met once, and talked about my ideas for a computer based on the functional neuroanatomy of the brain, and he told me that maybe in 20 years we might have the technology to do what I envisioned.

In the 1970s, I had also conducted some research on the effects of the environment on gene selection as pertaining to brain development, and the turning on of "silent genes", and in the early 1980s became interested in the physics and genetics of brain evolution, which led me to the origins of life on Earth, and, thus I became very involved in the new field of astrobiology. In 1997, I laid out my theories about the genetics of evolution in a book which was published one year after the 2nd edition of my best selling neuroscience text. Over the next twenty years, in addition to my expertise in neuroscience, I became an expert in astrobiology, genetics, evolution, and quantum physics.

In 2011, after I sold some of my properties, I wrote out part of a business plan and laid out the design for a Bio-Computer Which Can Think, Perceive, Reason, Read, Speak and Understand Language, feel Human Emotions, and Experience Self-Consciousness. However, as my design requirements were still in advance of related computer systems, I returned to the field of cosmology and astrobiology, and in 2016, made some major discoveries about life on Mars, but which only resulted in threats and harassment from NASA; an organization which has caused me an incredible amount of personal and financial harm.

My work and discoveries in neuroscience always received tremendous praise--unlike my work in astrobiology and life on Mars which has garnered me nothing but pain and abuse.

So, in February of 2017, I returned to my design for a human biocomputer, and I believe I can build a functional prototype for around $25 Million.

In March of 2017, I will begin advertising to hire engineers with the talents I need.

For serious inquiries I may be contacted at: "Dr. Joseph"

I. Overview
The Human-Robotic-Computer-Brain will be based on the functional neuroanatomy of the human brain and will be able to think logically, rationally, and engage in creative endeavors, and will be able to see, hear, feel, think, read, write, speak, and intelligently interact with its environment, and will experience basic mammalian emotions and motivational states including cold, heat, hunger, thirst, and pain. In almost all respects the Human-BioComputer will be essentially human, but since humans are violent, and if to be fitted to a humanoid-robot, it can be programmed to have a dog-like slavish devotion to its masters and can be trained to attack only on command, or not at all.

The Human BioComputer "Brain" is designed to consist of 10 interactional units and to have 10 hierarchical levels of mind.

1) The Basic Sensory Motor Unit is the most basic and lowest level and includes components which A) subserve motor subroutines (e.g. head turning, opening and closing the mouth, and arm, leg, hand, and eye movement) B) reflexively processes rudimentary visual stimuli based on size, distance, trajectory, speed) C) reflexively processes rudimentary auditory stimuli, and D) integrates sound and visual perception with reflexive body movements.

2) The Sensory Affective Emotional Unit receives input from and provides input to the Sensory Motor Unit and Secondary Motor Unit, and includes components which A) increase and decrease arousal and motor activity, B) triggers complex defensive and offensive motor stereotypes, such as kicking, running, punching, flailing, smiling, frowning, and biting via hierarchical interactions with the Sensory Motor Unit, C) responds selectively to specific and significant visual stimuli and visual features including food, faces, facial expressions, animals, objects, and those which convey friendliness vs danger and other emotional and motivational parameters, D) responds selectively to significant auditory stimuli and specific sounds associated with animals, tools, people and environmental conditions, and vocal patterns and specific words conveying emotional and motivational states. E) Olfactory sensitivity to detect, analyze, and identify specific orders and determine their significance, and F) integrates olfactory, auditory and visual perception so as to increase or decrease arousal and motor activity or to trigger defensive and offensive stereotyped motor routines.

3) Secondary Motor Unit A) interacts with the Sensory Motor Unit and and Fine Motor Unit, B) receives and responds reflexively to input from the Sensory Affective Emotional Unit and C) subserves complex defensive and offensive motor stereotypes, such as kicking, running, punching, flailing, smiling, frowning, and biting in response to input from the Sensory Affective Emotional Level.

4) Primary Fine Motor Unit A) Controls fine motor functioning of the fingers, hands, lips, tongue, mouth, face, B) Directs the gross motor functioning of the fingers, hands, arms, legs, feet, face, eyes, head, neck, and trunk, C) interacts with and can hierarchically control or modulate the Secondary Motor and Sensory Motor Units, D) interacts with the Primary Somesthetic-Body-Image Face-Hand Unit and receives visual feedback from the Primary Vision Unit.

5). The Primary Somesthetic-Body-Image Face-Hand Unit receives sensory feedback and input from the A) The Basic Sensory Motor Unit and the B) feet, ankles, legs, knees, trunk, shoulder, arm, elbow, hand and fingers, and the C) Primary Vision Unit, and the D) Primary Fine Motor Unit , and E) integrates this information to create a visual-somesthetic map of the body-in-visual-space, and F) to guide gross motor movements and fine motor movements of the hands and fingers.

6) The Primary Vision Unit contains visual feature detectors sensitive to specific objects, animals, faces, facial parts, body parts, actions, etc., including written words and A) receives visual information from the Basic Sensory Motor Unit, and from the Sensory Affective Emotional Unit, and B) assimilates and analyzes this information to recognize complex visual impressions from faces to written words, and C) relays this information to the Primary Somesthetic-Body-Image Face-Hand Unit and back to the Sensory Affective Emotional Unit.

7) The Primary Auditory Unit understands spoken language, and contains feature detectors sensitive to specific auditory and verbal parameters (e.g. spoken words, prosody, melody, music, environmental sounds) and A) receives auditory information from the Basic Sensory Motor Unit, and the Sensory Affective Emotional Unit, and C) which it assimilates to recognize and comprehend specific words and phrases or sounds arising from objects or animals or events taking place in the environment.

8) The Primary Assimilation Unit receives input from and complex associations organized and processed by the Primary Somesthetic, Primary Vision, and Primary Auditory units and A) assimilates this information to create complex multi-modal concepts, so that for example, if hearing the word "Bird", the visual images of a bird and different types of birds of different colors can be formed. Of if touching and holding a brush, a "brush" can be visualized, and the word "brush" can be matched to the visual and tactile image.

9) Primary Vocalization Unit

10) Primary Attention & Inhibitory Control Unit

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A Partial List of Rhawn Gabriel Joseph's Scientific Publications

Joseph, R., Hess, S., & Birecree, E. (1978). Effects of sex hormone manipulations on exploration and sex differences in maze learning. Behavioral Biology, 24, 364-377,

Joseph, R., & Casagrande, V. A. (1978). Visual field defects and morphological changes resulting from monocular deprivation in primates. Proceedings of the Society for Neuroscience, 4, 1982, 2021.

Casagrande, V. A. & Joseph, R. (1978). Effects of monocular deprivation on geniculostriate connections in prosimian primates. Anatomical Record, 190, 359.

Joseph, R. (1979). Effects of rearing environment and sex on learning, memory, and competitive exploration. Journal of Psychology, 101, 37-43.

Como, P., Joseph, R., Fiducia, D., & Siegel, J. (1979). Visual evoked potentials and after-discharge as a function of arousal in frontal lesions. Proceedings of the Society for Neuroscience, 5, 202.

Joseph, R. & Casagrande, V. A. (1978). Visual field defects and recovery following lid closure in a prosimian primate. Behavioral Brain Research, 1, 150-178.

Joseph, R., & Gallagher, R. E. (1980). Gender and early environmental influences on learning, memory, activity, overresponsiveness, and exploration. journal of Developmental Psychobiology, 13, 527-544.

Casagrande, V. A. & Joseph, R. (1980). Morphological effects of monocular deprivation and recovery on the dorsal lateral geniculate nucleus in prosimian primates. Journal of Comparative Neurology, 194, 413-426.

Joseph, R. (1980). Awareness, the origin of thought, and the role of conscious self-deception in resistance and repression. Psychological Reports, 46, 767-781.

Joseph, R., Forrest, N., Fiducia, N., Como, P., & Siegel, J. (1980). Electrophysiological and behavioral correlates of arousal. Physiological Psychology, 9, 90-95.

Joseph, R. (1982). The Neuropsychology of Development. Hemispheric Laterality, Limbic Language, the Origin of Thought. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 44 4-33.

Gallagher, R. E., & Joseph, R. (1982). Non-linguistic knowledge, hemispheric laterality, and the conservation of inequivalance. Journal of General Psychology, 107, 31-40.

Novelly, R., & Joseph, R. (1983). Complex partial epilepsy of early development: gender specific effects on IQ with right hemisphere speech. Annual Epilepsy Symposium, 13, 122.

Joseph, R. (1984). La Neuropsiciologia Del Desarrollo: Lateralidad, Hemisferica, Lenguaje Limbico, y el Origen del pensamiento. Archives of Psychiatry and Neurology, Venezolanos, 30, 25-52.

Joseph, R., Gallagher, R., E., Holloway, J., & Kahn, J. (1984). Two brains, one child: Interhemispheric transfer and confabulation in children aged 4, 7, 10. Cortex, 20, 317-331.

Joseph, R., & Gallagher, R. E. (1985). Interhemispheric transfer and the completion of reversible operations in non-conserving children. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 41, 796-800.

Joseph, R. (1985). Competition between women. Psychology, 22, 1-11.

Joseph, R. (1986). Reversal of language and emotion in a corpus callosotomy patient. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, & Psychiatry, 49, 628-634.

Joseph, R. (1986). Confabulation and delusional denial: Frontal lobe and lateralized influences. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 42, 845-860.

Joseph, R. (1988) The Right Cerebral Hemisphere: Emotion, Music, Visual-Spatial Skills, Body Image, Dreams, and Awareness. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 44, 630-673.

Joseph, R. (1988). Dual mental functioning in a split-brain patient. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 44, 770-779.

Joseph, R. (1990). The Frontal Lobes. Journal of Clinical Psychology. Accepted for publication, but never published.

Joseph, R. (1990). Neuropsychology, Neuropsychiatry, Behavioral Neurology, Plenum, New York.

Joseph, R. (1990). The right cerebral hemisphere. Emotion, music, visual-spatial skills, body image, dreams, awareness. In A. E. Puente and C. R. Reynolds (series editors). Critical Issues in Neuropsychology. Neuropsychology, Neuropsychiatry, Behavioral Neurology. Plenum, New York.

Joseph, R. (1990). The left cerebral hemisphere. Aphasia, alexia, agraphia, agnosia, apraxia, language and thought. In A. E. Puente and C. R. Reynolds (series editors). Critical Issues in Neuropsychology. Neuropsychology, Neuropsychiatry, Behavioral Neurology. Plenum, New York.

Joseph, R. (1990). The limbic system. Emotion, laterality, unconscious mind. In A. E. Puente and C. R. Reynolds (series editors). Critical Issues in Neuropsychology. Neuropsychology, Neuropsychiatry, Behavioral Neurology. Plenum, New York.

Joseph, R. (1990). The Frontal Lobes. In A. E. Puente and C. R. Reynolds (series editors). Critical Issues in Neuropsychology. Neuropsychology, Neuropsychiatry, Behavioral Neurology. Plenum, New York.

Joseph, R. (1990). The Parietal Lobes. In A. E. Puente and C. R. Reynolds (series editors). Critical Issues in Neuropsychology. Neuropsychology, Neuropsychiatry, Behavioral Neurology. Plenum, New York.

Joseph, R. (1990). The Temporal Lobes. In A. E. Puente and C. R. Reynolds (series editors). Critical Issues in Neuropsychology. Neuropsychology, Neuropsychiatry, Behavioral Neurology. Plenum, New York.

Joseph, R. (1990). The Occipital Lobes. In A. E. Puente and C. R. Reynolds (series editors). Critical Issues in Neuropsychology. Neuropsychology, Neuropsychiatry, Behavioral Neurology. Plenum, New York.

Joseph, R. (1990). Cerebral and cranial trauma. In A. E. Puente & C. R. Reynolds (series editors). Critical Issues in Neuropsychology. Neuropsychology, Neuropsychiatry, Behavioral Neurology. Plenum, New York.

Joseph, R. (1990). Stroke and cerebrovascular disease. In A. E. Puente and C. R. Reynolds (series editors). Critical Issues in Neuropsychology. Neuropsychology, Neuropsychiatry, Behavioral Neurology. Plenum, New York.

Joseph, R. (1990). Cerebral neoplasms. In A. E. Puente and C. R. Reynolds (series editors). Critical Issues in Neuropsychology. Neuropsychology, Neuropsychiatry, Behavioral Neurology. Plenum, New York.

Joseph, R. (1992) The Limbic System: Emotion, Laterality, and Unconscious Mind. The Psychoanalytic Review, 79, 405-456.

Joseph, R. (1992). The Right Brain and the Unconscious. New York, Plenum.

Joseph, R. (1993). The Naked Neuron: Evolution and the Languages of the Body and Brain. New York, Plenum Press.

Joseph, R. (1994) The limbic system and the foundations of emotional experience. In V. S. Ramachandran (Ed). Encyclopedia of Human Behavior. San Diego, Academic Press.

Joseph, R. (1996). Neuropsychiatry, Neuropsychology, Clinical Neuroscience, 2nd Edition. 21 chapters, 864 pages. Williams & Wilkins, Baltimore.

Joseph, R. (1997). The Evolution of Life on Other Planets: The Origin of Life and Evolutionary Metamorphosis. University Press, California.

Joseph, R. (1998). The limbic system. In H.S. Friedman (ed.), Encyclopedia of Human health, Academic Press. San Diego.

Joseph, R. (1998). Traumatic amnesia, repression, and hippocampal injury due to corticosteroid and enkephalin secretion. Child Psychiatry and Human Development. 29, 169-186.

Joseph, R. (1998). Flavonoid substance and/or flavone glycosides substance as a treatment for disorders of the brain. United States Department of Commerce: Patent & Trademark Office, March, # 60/080,768.

Joseph, R. (1998). Combined use of Ginko Biloba and Hypericum Perforatum (Saint John's Wort) as a treatment for disorders of the brain. United States Department of Commerce: Patent & Trademark Office, March, # 60/080,769.

Joseph, R. (1998). Olfactory substance and stem cells as a treatment for disorders of the brain. United States Department of Commerce: Patent & Trademark Office, March, # 60/080,770.

Joseph, R. (1999). Frontal lobe psychopathology: Mania, depression, aphasia, confabulation, catatonia, perseveration, obsessive compulsions, schizophrenia. journal of Psychiatry, 62, 138-172.

Joseph, R. (1999). Environmental influences on neural plasticity, the limbic system, and emotional development and attachment, Child Psychiatry and Human Development. 29, 187-203.

Joseph, R. (1999). The neurology of traumatic "dissociative" amnesia. Commentary and literature review. Child Abuse & Neglect. 23, 715-727

Joseph, R. (2000). Astrobiology, the Origin of Life, and the Death of Darwinism. University Press California.

Joseph, R. (2000/2001). Viruses and the RNA World, in Astrobiology, chapter 3. University Press California.

Joseph, R. (2000). Female Sexuality: The Naked Truth. University Press California.

Joseph, R. (2000). Limbic language/language axis theory of speech. Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 23, 439-441.

Joseph, R. (2000). Fetal brain behavioral cognitive development. Developmental Review, 20, 81-98.

Joseph, R. (2000). The evolution of sex differences in language, sexuality, and visual spatial skills. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 29, 35-66.

Joseph, R. (2001). Biological Substances to Induce Sexual Arousal and as a Treatment for Sexual Dysfunction. United States Department of Commerce: Patent & Trademark Office, January 12, 2001 #60/260,910.

Joseph, R. (2001). Biological Substances to Induce Sexual Arousal, Sexual Behavior, Ovulation, Pregnancy, and Treatment for Sexual Dysfunction. United States Department of Commerce: Patent & Trademark Office, February # 60/.

Joseph, R. (2001). Clinical Neuroscience, 34 chapters, 1,500 pages. Academic Press.

Joseph, R. (2001). The Limbic System and the Soul: Evolution and the Neuroanatomy of Religious Experience. Zygon, the Journal of Religion & Science, 36, 105-136.

Joseph, R. (2002). Biological Substances to Induce Sexual Arousal and as a Treatment for Sexual Dysfunction. Patent Pending: United States Department of Commerce: Patent & Trademark Office, February, 2002 #10/047,906

Joseph, R. (2002/2003). NeuroTheology: Brain, Science, Spirituality, Religious Experience. University Press.

Joseph, R. (2003). Emotional Trauma and Childhood Amnesia. journal of Consciousness & Emotion, 4, 151-178.

Joseph, R. (2009). Life on Earth, Came From Other Planets. Journal of Cosmology, 1, 1-56.

Joseph, R. (2009). The First Earthlings, ExtraTerrestrial Horizontal Gene Transfer, Interplanetary Genetic Messengers, the Genetics of Eukaryogenesis and Mitochondria Metamorphosis. Journal of Cosmology, 1, 100-149.

Joseph, R. (2009) Viruses, Bacteria, Archae, Eukaryotes, and the Evolution of Life, Journal of Cosmology, 1, 150-200.

Joseph, R. (2009). Genes, Microbes, Metazoan Metamorphosis Cambrian Explosion and the Genetically Engineered Earth, Journal of Cosmology, 1, 201-250.

Joseph, R. & Schild, R. (2010). Origins, Evolution, and Distribution of Life in the Cosmos: Panspermia, Genetics, Microbes, and Viral Visitors From the Stars. In "The Biological Big Bang," Edited by Chandra Wickramasinghe, Cosmology Science Publishers, Cambridge, MA

Joseph, R. (2010). Extinction, Metamorphosis, Evolutionary Apoptosis, and Genetically Programmed Species Mass Death. In "The Biological Big Bang," Edited by Chandra Wickramasinghe, Science Publishers, Cambridge, MA

Joseph, R. (2010). The Quantum Cosmos and Micro-Universe: Black Holes, Gravity, Elementary Particles, and the Destruction and Creation of Matter. Journal of Cosmology, 4, 780-800.

Joseph, R., and Schild, R. (2010). Biological Cosmology and the Origins of Life in the Universe. Journal of Cosmology, 5, 1040-1090.

Joseph, R. (2010). The Infinite Cosmos vs the Myth of the Big Bang: Red Shifts, Black Holes, and the Accelerating Universe. Journal of Cosmology, 6, 1548-1615.

Joseph, R. (2010). Sex on Mars In: "The Human Mission to Mars: Colonizing the Red Planet", Edited by Joel Levine, Ph.D., Journal of Cosmology, 12, 4034-4050.

Joseph, R. & Wickramasinghe, C (2010). Diseases from Space. In "The Biological Big Bang," Edited by Chandra Wickramasinghe, Science Publishers, Cambridge, MA

In Abiogenesis and the Origins of Life, edited by Michael. Russell, Cosmology Science Publishers, Cambridge. MA.

Joseph, R. (2010). The Biological Cosmology of Climate Change Journal of Cosmology, 8, 2000-2020.

Joseph, R. (2011). Quantum Physics and the Multiplicity of Mind: Split-Brains, Fragmented Minds, Dissociation, Quantum Consciousness. "The Universe and Consciousness", Edited by Sir Roger Penrose, FRS, Ph.D., & Stuart Hameroff, Ph.D. Science Publishers, Cambridge, MA.

Joseph, R. (2011). Neuroanatomy of Free Will: Loss of Will, Against the Will, Alien Hand. "The Universe and Consciousness", Edited by Sir Roger Penrose, FRS, Ph.D., & Stuart Hameroff, Ph.D. Science Publishers, Cambridge, MA.

Joseph, R. (2011). The Split Brain: Two Brains - Two Minds "The Universe and Consciousness", Edited by Sir Roger Penrose, FRS, Ph.D., & Stuart Hameroff, Ph.D. Science Publishers, Cambridge, MA.

Joseph, R. (2011). Origins of Thought: Consciousness, Language, Egocentric Speech and the Multiplicity of Mind "The Universe and Consciousness", Edited by Sir Roger Penrose, FRS, Ph.D., & Stuart Hameroff, Ph.D. Science Publishers, Cambridge, MA.

Joseph, R. (2011). Dreams and Hallucinations: Lifting the Veil to Multiple Perceptual Realities "The Universe and Consciousness", Edited by Sir Roger Penrose, FRS, Ph.D., & Stuart Hameroff, Ph.D. Science Publishers, Cambridge, MA.

Joseph, R. (2011). Evolution of Paleolithic Cosmology and Spiritual Consciousness, and the Temporal and Frontal Lobes Journal of Cosmology, 2011, Vol. 14.

Joseph, R. & Wickramasinghe, N. C., (2011).Genetics Indicates Extraterrestrial Origins for Life: The First Gene Journal of Cosmology, 2011, Vol. 16.

Joseph, R. (2012). The Limbic System,: Amygdala, Hippocampus, Hypothalamus, Septal Nuclei, Cingulate University Press. California. 978-0974975511

Joseph, R. (2012). Neuroscience: Neuropsychology, Neuropsychiatry, Behavioral Neurology, Brain & Mind. (Advanced Text) University Press. California. 978-0974975559

Joseph, R. (2012). Evidence for Extraterrestrial Extremophiles and Plasmas in the Thermosphere Cosmology, 3/9/2012, 23-52.

Joseph, R. (2013). Origins and Evolution of Life From Space: DNA, Metamorphosis and the Death of Darwinism Cosmology, 16.

Joseph, R. (2013). Cyanobacteria, Bones, Brains, Eukaryotic Metamorphosis, Silent Genes, HGT, Genetic Engineering of the Environment, Cosmology, 16.

Joseph, R. (2013). Viruses, Genetic Libraries, Evolution, Interplanetary Horizontal Gene Transfer Cosmology, 16.

Joseph, R. (2014). Evidence for Life on Mars Cosmology, 17, 1-31,

Joseph, R. (2014). Quantum Physics of Time Travel: Relativity, Space Time, Black Holes, Worm Holes, Paradoxes Cosmology, 16

Joseph, R. (2015). Quantum Physics of God: How Consciousness Became the Universe. Cosmology, December 2015.

How Consciousness Became the Universe. Cosmology, November, 2015

Joseph, R. (2016). A High to Low Probability of Life on Mars Cosmology, May 2016

Joseph, R. (2016). Martian Fungi and Bacteria Contaminate and Damage the Mars Rovers Cosmology, May, 2016


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Dr. Joseph's Books Have Received Rave Reviews

"One of the most astonishing books of our time." -Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society

"First rate... Among the best... Deserving of a place on the shelf of any neuropsychologist, neuropsychiatrist, or behavioral neurologist." -the journal of Neuropsychiatry.

"The finest analysis of... brain phenomena that we have to date."- The New England Review of Books

"Joseph is to mind brain studies as Asimov and Sagan are to the physical sciences." -Choice

"An intense, in-depth examination of the relationship between neuroanatomy and associated behavior, personality, thinking, psychosis, and emotions." 4 Stars! Highly recommended. -Doody's Medical Review Journal

"Brilliant." -Choice

"Excellent... Comprehensive... Exceptional... Enthusiastically recommended!" -Health Sciences Review Journal

"Astounding... astounding... [Joseph] deserves our admiration." -Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology

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DVD 2: The Left Hemisphere, Brainstem, Midbrain, Thalamus

DVD 3: The Frontal Lobes: Frontal Lobotomy, Memory, Aphasia, Paralysis

DVD 4: The Parietal Lobes: Touch, Body-in-Space, Body Image, Hemi-Neglect, Phantom Limbs,

DVD 5: The Temporal Lobes: Language, Memory, Aphasia, Hallucinations, Face Recognition

DVD 6: The Limbic System: Amygdala, Hippocampus, Hypothalamus, Sex, Emotion, Memory, Stress, PTSD, Hallucinations