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Fetal testosterone significantly influences the brain development. It affects number of neurons and conformation of dendritic spines within the sexual dimorphic preoptic area in the hypothalamus. Excessive testosterone levels in utero possibly contribute to the masculinization of the brain....
According to our hypothesis presented here, the human mind is a process depending on interactions of masses of mainly cortical neurons connected by biochemical, electrical and quantum factors into a massive system. The consciousness is dependent on the additional communication between particles,...
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