Manga Artist Machiko Satonaka
Fragment Design X Burton
Papua New Guinea
The Paracingulate Sulcus is the last area of the brain to develop before birth.
A study published in the Journal of Neuroscience, 2011, from a group of Cambridge university researchers, found that people with a larger PCS were better at distinguishing between real and imagined memories.
“The memory differences we observed were quite striking. It is exciting to think that these individual differences in ability might have a basis in a simple brain folding variation,” Jon Simons.
Does this help to explain why some people have a better memory of reality than others? Schizophrenia? Inability to grasp what is real and what is not?