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diencephalon

 [di″en-sef´ah-lon]
1. the posterior part of the prosencephalon, consisting of the hypothalamus, thalamus, metathalamus, and epithalamus; the subthalamus is often considered to be a distinct division. See also brainstem.
2. the posterior of the two brain vesicles formed by specialization of the prosencephalon in the developing embryo. See illustration.
Diencephalon. Posterior (dorsal) A and anterior (inferior) B views of the base of the brain, showing the diencephalon in relation to the mesencephalon (midbrain) and rhombencephalon (hindbrain). From Dorland's, 2000.

interbrain

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We are planning to get the most out of this discovery of interbrain synchronization with the goal of improving communication," he concluded.
Any kind of emotional interaction might be seen as draining, so empathising, is a priority in the use of limited interbrain bandwidth.
The author presents a theory of the interbrain, the idea that humans are connected to each other by a continuous interplay of non-verbal communication between oneAEs brain and other peopleAEs, a connection of which they are unaware.
Apart from these, he also explained various human behaviours through interbrain by saying that it is the reason why people are drawn to religions or they feel the need to come together in huge crowds at concerts or matches.
Vanutelli, "Interbrains cooperation: hyperscanning and self-perception in joint actions," Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, vol.
Brains have built in networking because of this ebb and flow of reflexive nonverbal communication, is my position, and by analogy with the internet to which my computer is (wirelessly) connected, I call this the interbrain (Tantam, 2009).