Source: Mauss-1908

Die faserarchitektonische Gliederung der Grosshirnrinde bei den niederen Affen

Mauss T
Journal für Psychologie und Neurologie, 13:263-325, 1908

Segmentation of the cerebral cortex of Old World monkeys on the basis of fiber architectonics. Mauss studied one specimen from each of three species: a guenon, Cercopithecus fuliginosus, and two macaques, a rhesus macaque (Macaca mulatta), and a longtailed macaque (M. fascicularis). His segmentation was based on myeloarchitecture and illustrated on maps of the lateral and medial surfaces of the guenon brain. Areas were assigned numbers based on topological correspondence to the areas that Brodmann, working in the same institute, had defined on the basis of cytoarchitecture (Brodmann-1909). Illustrations of the myeloarchitecture of specific fields and segmentations of horizontal sections were based on the macaque brain. German text, Latin terminology.

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