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Schizophrenia: Is the Thalamus Misleading the Ear?

News   May 28, 2020 | Original story from the University of Geneva

 
Schizophrenia: Is the Thalamus Misleading the Ear?

Diagram of the brain and thalamus. The green arrows represent the nerve connections between the two nuclei of the thalamus and the auditory cortex and Wernicke areas. Credit: UNIGE

 
 
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