Alcohol reduces communication in regions of brain in charge of perceiving social cues Alcohol intoxication reduces communication between two areas of the mind that interact to properly interpret and respond to social signals, according to researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine. Their outcomes were published in the September issue of Psychopharmacology. Previous research shows that alcohol suppresses activity in the amygdala, the region of the brain responsible for perceiving social cues such as for example facial expressions.Both balanced translocations and inversions typically cause no malformations or developmental problems in the small children who have them. However, those with either translocations or inversions who wish to become parents may possess an increased threat of miscarriage or chromosome abnormalities within their own children. Unbalanced translocations or inversions are connected with developmental and/or physical abnormalities.BackContinueSex Chromosomes Genetic problems occur when abnormalities affect the sex chromosomes also.