Research Gives Unprecedented 3D View of Important Brain Receptor - NeuroscienceNews.com X-ray crystal structure of the NMDA receptor showing its mushroom- like shape, with receptor subunits in different colors. Credit Oregon Health and Science University.
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In a specific comparison between poetry and prose, the team found evidence that poetry activates brain areas, such as the posterior cingulate cortex and medial temporal lobes, which have been linked to introspection. "Some people say it is impossible to reconcile science and art, but new brain imaging technology means we are now seeing a growing body of evidence about how the brain responds to the experience of art."