Paul D. MacLean

National Institute of Mental Health, Bethesda, MD, United States 
"Paul MacLean"

Developed the Triune Brain Hypothesis

Mean distance: 13.36 (cluster 3)
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MacLean PD. (1997) The brain and subjective experience: Question of multilevel role of resonance Journal of Mind and Behavior. 18: 247-268
MacLean PD. (1996) Women: A more balanced brain? Zygon. 31: 421-439
MacLean PD, Newman JD. (1988) Role of midline frontolimbic cortex in production of the isolation call of squirrel monkeys. Brain Research. 450: 111-23
MacLean PD. (1987) Brain evolution relating to family affiliations Social Science Information. 26: 369-373
MacLean PD. (1985) Evolutionary psychiatry and the triune brain. Psychological Medicine. 15: 219-21
MacLean PD. (1985) Brain evolution relating to family, play, and the separation call. Archives of General Psychiatry. 42: 405-17
Maclean PD. (1984) A brain theory commensurate with Procrustes’ bed Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 7: 344-345
Newman JD, MacLean PD. (1982) Effects of tegmental lesions on the isolation call of squirrel monkeys. Brain Research. 232: 317-30
MacLean PD. (1982) A triangular brief on the evolution of brain and law Journal of Social and Biological Systems. 5: 369-379
Murphy MR, MacLean PD, Hamilton SC. (1981) Species-typical behavior of hamsters deprived from birth of the neocortex. Science (New York, N.Y.). 213: 459-61
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