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Yes, it takes time and patience, but remember, Rome was not built in a day and neither has any cerebrally enriched athlete.
Exclusion criteria were serious physical or psychiatric disorders (particularly those interfering with treatment with cerebrally active substances), suicidal tendencies, major depression, organic and schizophrenic psychoses, personality disorders; incapacity to complete the self-assessment scales, lack of cooperation, drug or alcohol abuse; acute intoxication by sedative drugs or alcohol; myasthenia gravis, cerebral ataxia or sleep apnea; arterial hypotension (systolic/diastolic blood pressure below 90/60 mm Hg); severe renal, hepatic, pulmonary, cardiovascular or neoplastic diseases; pregnancy and lactation.
But seeing both pieces together in this compact exhibition, titled "Sampling/Christian Marclay," revealed the artist's consistent ability to transform simple juxtapositions of sound and vision into works that blossom sensually and cerebrally.
For this challenge to work intellectuals must be stereotyped as emotionally frigid and verbally or cerebrally Dionysian.
It would be a stride toward treating them as equals cerebrally as well as emotionally.
Approached cerebrally, I find that bit of dogma is darn near unfathomable.
Brown, a Pacific Northwest native, has a special place in the affections of Portland's modern dance community--she has been here several times with her idiosyncratic brand of highly physical, cerebrally originated choreography.
But in contrast to Picasso's more challenging work, Ovissi is adamant that his work is not intended to provoke, or to be cerebrally demanding.
Far more cerebrally, Glassman and Hassett conduct an inquiry into how stock prices are set, starting with the assumption that the benchmark for all valuations is U.
Isn't it intellectually stimulating to have a discussion of what and how the Phiale Painter learned from his teacher, the Achilles Painter, especially to someone cerebrally engaged in pedagogy at a university (Oakley 1990: 60-63)?
Although these descriptions are now considered to be oversimplifications (see for example, Kimura 1993), it remains the case that different aspects of language processing are housed in these cerebrally distinct locations.