Chapter of the book



1  The evolutionary history of the brain - the concept of segments and neuron classes

2  The splitting of modalities and module formation - prerequisite for the division of labour in the brain

3  The change in mapping topology and the transition from cylindrical to spherical body models

4.1.  Divergent modules of the brain

4.2.  Divergence modules with lateral signal propagation

4.3.  Modules with spatial signal propagation

4.4.  The disparity module

4.5.  The phase module

4.6.  The sensory focus module

5   The basal ganglia - a delay module

6   Convergence modules - inverse divergence modules

6.1 The convergence module for the colour module with vertical signal mixing

6.2 The convergence module with lateral signal superposition

7         The consequences of signal divergence for neuronal substructures

8         The storage module in the pontocerebellum

9       The inverse pontocerebellum

10       The module of the rotational memory in the limbic system

11      The further development of the ladder nervous system in humans

12      Language acquisition and language capacity

12.1    Sensory modules for language learning

13      The three subsystems of the human brain

14       Movement generation by the vertebrate brain

14.1       Systematisation of the developmental stages of the brain

14.2    Body stability and the cerebellum

14.3    The generation of motor clock signals

14.4    Movement generation at the simple joint

14.5    Movement control through centre of gravity modules

14.6    Sensorimotor protocol modules

14.7    The module for stereoscopic vision

14.8    Eine Connectome-Theorie des Gehirns

15.      The evolution of the basal ganglia system

16.    The emergence of language understanding

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