Psycomedia Episode 84 – I’m Just Waiting For The Smoke Therapy To Catch Up With The Mirrors Therapy
November 8, 2013 Leave a comment
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An example of skid pan training with stabilisers:
You can hear Tim called the C-word in all its glory, as well as a very fun panel game, here: http://geeksyndicate.co.uk/2013/10/28/gsn-podcast-battle-gods-of-pod-series-1-episode-2/
What a stump map looks like:
A sensory homunculus:
Another sensory homunculus that also shows you where the somatosenory cortex is and how it relates:
The actual homunculi that Ben wanted me to include:
A diagram of the lip’s representation shifting: