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Our functional map of the brain has changed. Here's why.
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Brain lesion: Damage to the brain caused by disease or injury.
Broca’s area: Region in the frontal lobe associated with speech production.
Fusiform face area: Structure near the back of the brain associated with facial recognition.
Hippocampus: Seahorse-shaped brain structure associated with memory formation.
Amygdala: Small brain structure associated with emotions and memories.
fMRI: An imaging procedure that measures brain activity by tracking changes associated with blood flow.
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