Understanding the brain, and Brain Maps
© 2001 Stephen Holland --- email@example.com
|Input / Output||Inner parts|
|L / R Sides||Patchwork Quilt|
|Brain Maps||Print maps|
|LEFT Brain||RIGHT Brain|
|Activities||L / R Types|
|Balanced vs Expert||Men vs Women|
|Feedback - Sources||L--R Types|
|These are mostly requests for permission
to use the brain maps.
NEUROANATOMY TEXTBOOK FOR MEDICAL STUDENTS - GERMANY
I'm teaching neuroanatomy for medical students in Germany, and was very impressed by your pictures of the left & right brain. I would like to ask, whether you can give me your admission to electronically reprint these two pictures for our neuroanatomy courses (about 400 students). .........Dept. Anatomy & Cell Biology, Germany
I am a freelance photo researcher who is working for a [university textbook] publishing firm. We were wondering if we could showcase the images in a Psychology textbook.
BRAIN EXHIBIT - A MUSEUM OF NATURAL SCIENCES
I am an exhibit developer for [a Museum of Natural Sciences]. We are hosting a travelling exhibit called "Brain The World Inside Your Head," and we are supplementing the exhibit with special activities and displays. For one such activity, we would like to use your left and right brain diagrams to accompany a pull-apart model of the human brain.
PSYCHOLOGY LECTURE / HANDOUTS - ENGLAND
I am the print supervisor at [a college] and one of our psychology lecturers has asked us to make copies of extracts from www.hiddentalents.org as handouts for his students.
HANDOUTS FOR STROKE VICTIMS
I'm an intern with [a Healthcare System]. I am on the verge of completing an educational guidebook aimed toward our hospital's stroke survivors and their families. However, the last part of the process involves finding a picture to illustrate the localization of brain functions, and I found one of your diagrams... that does so perfectly. I would like to request your permission to use this image in our publication so long as appropriate credit is issued.
CLINICAL REFERENCE FOR INTENSIVE CARE NURSES
I am a clinical educator for [an Intensive Care Unit of a university] I would like permission to use images from your website in a clinical references for the ICU nurses.
PARENT BROCHURE FOR HEAD INJURIES AT CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL
I am a member of the head injury team at Children’s Hospital. Would it be okay if we simplified your drawing of the brain to use in our parent brochure?
I would like to use a copy of your brain map for a seminar on mental fitness for ...Activity Professionals Association.
PHYSICAL THERAPIST STUDENT
I am a student Physical Therapist Assistant. The current semester is primarily on neuro and all that it entails. I tend to read the references and class notes, but then I search the web for additional information to help myself and classmates better understand what the class is about. I found your web site to be quite helpful. I especially liked the art work.
magazine in HK. We will publish a story about Brain Development on our June issue. As the Brain maps are very useful for the explanation of our story, is it possible for us to use that map on our magazine?
I am working on my thesis project for my masters. I a writing a rationale paper dealing with the affects of the arts on the brain. I came across your diagrams of the brain They would be an excellent culminating addtion to my paper, as I address the interaction taking place within the brain on an ongoing basis, rather than looking at one area at a time as functioning by itself. I would like to gain permission to use your diagrams within my paper. I would appreciate the added validity these diagrams would give to the point I am making within the paper.
BRAIN INJURY VICTIM
I found your website this evening. I was hit on the top of my head by a tree branch. I spent three hours with neurologist # 2 today. He told me the areas of my brain which were injured. Looking at your site (with the information he gave me)...........looks like he knows his stuff.
[The neurologist is the expert, not this website, which only tries to make neuropsychology more understandable by lay people -- SH]
I am part of a meditation group in Canada. We take turns each week to meet in each others home for meditation and discussion. You have done a wonderful job of explaining the brain. Could I use some of you materials also long as i give attribution to you. I think it could be helpful for others. Thank you for your work.
I am a teacher of Psychology to secondary students in Australia and I came across your site a while ago. I particularly like the 'talents' diagrams that you have done and was wondering if they are available at all or if I can print them off the Web to put up in my classroom.
I had stored a graphic of the left/right brain process that you created. I found it very clear and of excellent quality. Exploring further for the research of my book, I discovered your website... what can I say .... WOW ! It is without doubt the most concise and clear "no jargon" piece of work I have seen. I intend to incorporate some of the workings of the brain in a section that deals with the power of thought. I had intended to use a local artist to create some original graphics for me, but then I saw the quality of work you have produced.
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