Brain and Behavior

Brain Development

What does the forebrain become?

The forebrain develops into the evolutionarily newest parts of the brain and those most closely involved with mental life per se. The forebrain divides into the diencephalon and the telencephalon. In MacLean’s model, the forebrain includes both the paleo-mammalian and the neo-mammalian brains.


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