New Video on Ruffini Endings

I’ve uploaded a new video on the TAWOP channel on Ruffini Endings in the eyelids. This seems like a fairly esoteric subject and it is but it’s related to a model of emotional representation in the Insular Cortex which was initially developed by A.Craig and which has been reviewed elsewhere on this blog (see here, here and here).

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