Definition of Cerebration. Meaning of Cerebration. Synonyms of Cerebration

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Definition of Cerebration

Cerebration
Cerebration Cer`e*bra"tion, n. Action of the brain, whether conscious or unconscious.

Meaning of Cerebration from wikipedia

- of the anterior cingulate and fronto-insular cortex. For von Economo, cerebration meant the evolution of the mind through generations, the increase of...
- "Welcome to Muse India". Museindia.com. Retrieved 2015-06-25. "Cerebration". Cerebration.org. Retrieved 2015-06-25. "..:: Welcome to Sahitya Akademi -...
- hands of the Chinaman, etc) seem to have been swiped by unconscious cerebration from Utpatel's drawing for 'The Star-Spawn' by Derleth and Sc****r."...
- nineteenth-century psychologist or psychiatrist who did not recognize unconscious cerebration as not only real but of the highest importance." Van Rilliaer could have...
- base, the Doctor and Jamie meet Isobel's uncle, who is working on a "Cerebration Mentor" device, intended to be a teaching machine. The professor reveals...
- Dalrymple". Penguin Books India. Retrieved 30 June 2007. "William Dalrymple". Cerebration.Org. Archived from the original on 9 January 2007. Retrieved 30 June...
- features, such as a general slowdown of nervous reflexes with lethargic cerebration, metabolism, digestion, heart rate, hypothermia and a dry, hairless,...
- find a place serene enough to stimulate his intellectual and spiritual cerebration, he arrived in Kashmir during the summer of 1934. There, he met Mirwaiz...
- 16-year-olds and left 36 other youths wounded during the Lag BaOmer cerebration in Tiberias. Following the 1982 Israeli invasion of Lebanon, called "Operation...
- 18, 2007. [1] Recollection works of Shalamov Yesipov, Valery (2002). "Cerebration or Genuflection? (Varlam Shalamov and Alexander Solzhenitsin)". shalamov...
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