The name, derived from the Greek, amygdala nuclei, as different sets of terms are used Key areas of the amygdala, as shown in the rat brain
The term “amygdala” is derived from Greek and probably refers to the resemblance of an almond that the amygdala has in gross anatomy
Key words: amygdala, limbic system, primitive instinct; INTRODUCTION The amygdala or corpus amygdaloideum (plural: amygdalae; Latin from Greek, ????????
Amygdala Basomedial Nucleus (Accessory Basal) Cortical Nucleus The Amygdala (Greek for “almond-shaped”) is a nuclear complex found in the medial
amygdala, and prefrontal cortex (PFC for short) Identify and define the primary functions of each: Hippocampus comes from the Greek words “horse monster
Amygdala The Amygdala (Greek for “almond-shaped”) is a nuclear complex found in the medial temporal lobe It was initially described in the first-half of
that report amygdala's activity in emotions, are due to distinct functional specificity of Another part of this work was benefited from a grant by the Greek General
Development and Territories in the Rat Amygdala 443 The Medial and Central Extended Amygdala The amygdala (from the Greek-Latin word for almond)
The ancient Greeks in their animal dissec- tions were attracted or bed chamber of the Greek house of antiquity An epithalamium Amygdala means "almond"
name is derived from the Greek (amygdalon) or Latin (amygdalum) word for almond, to which Burdach  compared its shape in the early nineteenth century
Hippo is Greek for “horse ” Amygdala Two almond shaped neural cluster in the limbic system; Controls emotional responses such as fear and anger
Amygdala – Two almond shaped neural clusters in the limbic system Amygdala is Greek for almond The amygdala controls emotions such as fear and anger
Hippo is Greek for “horse ” Amygdala Two almond shaped structures; Controls emotional responses such as fear and anger Brain Structures – Lower Brain