OFC

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AcronymDefinition
OFCOffice
OFCOf Course
OFCOfficer
OFCOlayan Financing Company
OFCOxygen Free Copper
OFCOld Fashioned Christmas
OFCOriginal Female Character (fanfiction)
OFCOceania Football Confederation (soccer)
OFCOptical Fiber Cable
OFCOilfield Chemicals
OFCOptical Fiber Communications
OFCOrder Fulfillment Center
OFCOffice Code (Sprint)
OFCOrofacial Cleft
OFCOrbital Frontal Cortex
OFCOffshore Financial Center
OFCOpportunity for Change (school system program to help troubled children)
OFCOxford Farming Conference (UK)
OFCOptical Fiber Coupler
OFCOfficial Fan Club
OFCOptions for Change (Newburyport, MA)
OFCOlanzapine/Fluoxetine Combination
OFCOptical Fiber Conference (IEEE communications society)
OFCOptional Federal Charter (US insurance regulations)
OFCOpen Fiber Control
OFCOutput Flow Control
OFCOpen Financial Connectivity
OFCOptical Fiber Conference
OFCOptical Fiber Communication
OFCOpen Future Concept
OFCOzark Folk Center (Mountain View, AR)
OFCOregon Fire Code
OFCOther Female Character
OFCOtemachi Financial City (office complex; Tokyo, Japan)
OFCOpen Financial Connectivity (Intuit, Microsoft And Checkfree)
OFCOutside Front Cover
OFCOpen Food Challenge
OFCOklahoma Food Cooperative (Oklahoma City, OK)
OFCObjective Force Capabilities
OFCOrganization For Combat
OFCOld First Church
OFCOperation First Casualty (political protest)
OFCOdivelas Futebol Clube (Portuguese football club)
OFCOxide Fuels Complex
OFCOccipitofrontal Circumference
OFCOntario Fitness Council (Canada)
OFCOptical Fiber, Conductive (ITS)
OFCOffice of Handicapped Concerns (Oklahoma)
OFCOxyfuel Gas Cutting (cutting/welding)
OFCOmega Force Clan (gaming clan)
OFCOpen Fibre Control (Paroli)
OFCOffenbacher Fussball Club
OFCOmron Finance Canada
OFCOpen Friction Course (asphalt roadway paving material)
OFCOpen File Connection
OFCOther Foreign Currency
OFCOrder Fulfillment Council
OFCOverflowing Cylinder
OFCOperations and Facilities Council
OFCOld Fart Clan (gaming, Day of Defeat Clan)
OFCOil & Filter Change
OFCOverhead Foxhole Cover
OFCOptional Forward Call Indicator (CCS #7/ITU-T)
OFCOptical Filter Card
OFCOrmond Football Club
OFCOld Fine Canadian (whisky)
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24] Drevets [25] found that endophenotypic changes of depression included reduced volume of the left anterior hemisphere and increased volume in the right cingulate gyrus and the orbital frontal cortex.
It was found that they became desensitised over time to these mild and moderate aggressive scenes so they, in essence, had much less sweat over time, and brain activity in the orbital frontal cortex, the part of the brain involved in modulating aggression, decreased.
And the scans showed less activity in the part of the brain - the orbital frontal cortex - that helps make long-term plans.
Part of it seems to be concentrated in the ventromedial and orbital frontal cortex, the parts of the brain that kind of sit above the eyeballs, as well as the superior temporal sulcus farther back.
However, another part of the brain, the orbital frontal cortex, determines whether or not people act on these cravings.
Neurosurgeons have discovered that when people are anxious they have increased levels of a number of chemicals in part of the brain called the orbital frontal cortex.
The brain of the insomniac remains more activated, even during sleep: Beta activity, which is associated with wakefulness, is increased over normal levels, and activity in the anterior cingulate and medial orbital frontal cortex, associated with alertness and attention, is higher.
Those ROIs, which included the right and left caudate nucleus, the thalamus, and the orbital frontal cortex, were chosen based on the neural systems model of alcoholism discussed in the previous sections of this article.
Professor Robin Dunbar, said: 'We found that individuals who had more friends did better on mentalising tasks and had more neural volume in the orbital frontal cortex, the part of the forebrain immediately above the eyes.
The right orbital frontal cortex modulates emotions and responds to social cues such as facial expressions.