NOW THAT I KNOW that not only do very preterm (premature) all TEND to have the SAME issues worldwide and that I fit that profile (or phenotype) almost perfectly — AND that I’ve narrowed it down to MICROSTRUCTURE of the WHITE MATTER in the CINGULATE … I’m ready to watch a general video on preterm neural development. Seems obvious in retrospect that I should’ve done this years ago but “DIFFICULTY INFERRING” is one of the issues of having white matter problems in the CINGULUM. (or generalizing) And to confirm AFTER I wrote that, I looked for cingulum infer and found: “The cingulum is a major limbic pathway that contains long and short association fibers which connects the cingulate cortex with the parahippocampal gyrus, medial prefrontal cortex, and medial cortical regions in the parietal and occipital lobes (Mori & Aggarwal, 2014). Microstructural properties of the cingulum and precuneus is associated with the ability to infer intentions (Herbet et al., 2014), selfconsciousness (Lou et al., 2004), and regulate attention to negative interpersonal stimuli (Keedwell et al., 2016).” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=31wihZu8ccA

NOW THAT I KNOW that not only do very preterm (premature) all TEND to have the SAME issues worldwide and that I fit that profile (or phenotype) almost perfectly —
 
AND that I’ve narrowed it down to MICROSTRUCTURE of the WHITE MATTER in the CINGULATE …
 
I’m ready to watch a general video on preterm neural development. Seems obvious in retrospect that I should’ve done this years ago but “DIFFICULTY INFERRING” is one of the issues of having white matter problems in the CINGULUM. (or generalizing)* [why care less about social reward]
 
And to confirm AFTER I wrote that, I looked for cingulum infer and found:
“The cingulum is a major limbic pathway that contains long and short association fibers which connects the cingulate cortex with the parahippocampal gyrus, medial prefrontal cortex, and medial cortical regions in the parietal and occipital lobes (Mori & Aggarwal, 2014). Microstructural properties of the cingulum and precuneus is associated with the ability to infer intentions (Herbet et al., 2014), selfconsciousness (Lou et al., 2004), and regulate attention to negative interpersonal stimuli (Keedwell et al., 2016).”
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=31wihZu8ccA

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