Little Big Brain
The cerebellum contains
80% of the brain’s neurons, but constitutes only
10% of brain mass
Brain Behav Evol. 2018; 91(3): 158–169
John and Cho are talking about the following article:
Woman of 24 found to have no cerebellum in her brain
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So we know the brain isn’t just “neurons”
Indeed, there are many different types, with different functions
Describing the brain as “neurons” would be like describing the body as “cells” 🤭
Exactly, well said! 😉
Very good, that should be informative
That’s what most people do, they assume “brain” is actually just the two main hemispheres
Thanks for reminding us there’s more 😊
No problem 😉
Fair enough, can’t do everything 😉
We do mention that the brain is mostly fat and water … 🧠
Well, that’s not very helpful … most types of cells are ..
… to introduce our next article topic: myths about the brain 🧠
Ah! Yes, I see why you would mention it then 😄
“We only use 10% of our brain”
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