Our four brain areas are organized in a hierarchical fashion: bottom to top, inside to outside. A good way to picture it is with a little stack of dollar bills—say five. Fold them in half, place them on your palm and make a hitchhiker’s fist with your thumb pointing out. Now, turn your fist in a “thumbs down” orientation. Your thumb represents the brainstem, the tip of your thumb being where the spinal cord merges into the brainstem; the fatty part of your thumb would be the diencephalon; the folded dollars inside your fist, covered by your fingers and hand, would be the limbic system;...
early experiences will necessarily have a far greater impact than later ones.
So, the systems in your brain that get repeatedly activated will change and the systems in your brain that don’t get activated won’t change.
Style is partly a reflection of social skills; to be fashionable you have to observe others and read cues about “what’s in” and “what’s out,” and then discover how to copy them in a way that suits you.
Note: 对 fashion 和 style 有了新理解