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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

/in·ter·brain/ (in´ter-brān″)

interbrain

(ĭn′tər-brān′)

interbrain

1. thalamencephalon.
2. diencephalon.
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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.
Being born with an adequate degree of interbrain 'bandwidth' results in a baby being connected willy nilly to other nodes on the interbrain, which might include some animals as well as other human beings.
In systems terms, during this linkup brains 'couple,' with the output of one becoming input to drive the workings of the other, for the time being forming what amounts to an interbrain circuit.
The author speaks of subliminal nonverbal communication, or the concept of the interbrain, and central coherence, which for autistic people is easily interrupted, or generally weak.