Contains the functions for all forms of relationships, including tools (e.g., emotions) by which relationships are qualitatively evaluated. It provides an awareness of one’s internal world including the past and the present. (Pearce, Joseph Chilton. The Biology of Transcendence. p 24-26. VT: Park Street Press, 2002.)

The human brain has the same organization, the same types of neurons, and the same set of neurotransmitters as other mammalian brains, which is why rats and monkeys are so widely used to test theories about human brain function. (Ratey, John J., MD. A User’s Guide to the Brain. p 22. NY: Vintage Books, 2002.)

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