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The Reptilian Brain The Mammalian Brain The Thinking Brain The Triune Brain
How the Brain Works
Tan’s Brain (1861) speakand-how-he-revolutionized-psychology/
How do we know what we know? PET Scanning: Positron Emission tomography
P.E.T. Scan (Positron Emission Tomography)
M.R.I. Magnetic Resonance Imaging
f.M.R.I. Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging
D.T.I. Scan (Diffusion Tensor Imaging)
The Cerebellum “Little Brain” Controls balance, movement, coordination, posture and procedural memory
The Occipital Lobe Processes Visual Stimuli
The Temporal Lobe Processes auditory stimuli; is responsible for hearing and language
The Parietal Lobe Processes sensory information for touch, pain and temperature; Plays a role in calculating and writing
The Motor Cortex Sends messages to the muscles in the body
The Sensory Cortex Receives sensory messages from the body
The Frontal Lobe Controls consciousness, critical thinking, problem solving, verbal expression, judgment, planning for the future and willpower
With your partner… quiz each other, clarify, check for understanding How do we know what we know? What do you recall about each brain area? What questions come to mind?
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The Nervous System The big picture: gathers and processes information, responds to stimuli, and coordinates the workings of different cells.
The Brain. Ways we Study the Brain Accidents Lesions EEG CAT Scan PET Scan MRI Functional MRI.
The Brain: Our Control Center Unit II. The Three Brains Hindbrain – Found at the rear base of the brain & involved in the basic processes of life. – Responsible.
September 18, CAT Scan PET Scan MRI Functional MRI.
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PARTS OF THE BRAIN BY ALYSSA AND CHLOE FRONTAL LOBE In the front In charge of: Reasoning Planning Problem solving Basic movements Responses.
Myers EXPLORING PSYCHOLOGY (6th Ed) Chapter 2 Neuroscience and Behavior James A. McCubbin, PhD Clemson University Worth Publishers.
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Unit 3-B (B): Older Brain Structures Mr. McCormick A.P. Psychology.
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REGIONS OF THE BRAIN THE CEREBRUM FUNCTIONS: Controls intelligence & conscious thought, reasoning, judgment Interprets senses Controls complex muscle.
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The Biological Perspective Chapter 2. Copyright © 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. Chapter 2 Learning Objective Menu LO 2.1 What are.
Copyright © 2006 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Benjamin Cummings Chapter 7 The Nervous System.
The Brain The Brain Cerebrum Corpus callosum Cerebellum Medulla Pituitary gland Hypothalamus Thalamus.
Neural Communication Biological Psychology branch of psychology concerned with the links between biology and behavior some biological psychologists call.
1 PSYCHOLOGY (8th Edition) David Myers Rebecca Bonfanti.
Brain Anatomy Dura Mater Superficial Fuses brain to skull Arachnoid Reduces friction Filled with CSF; shock absorber Pia Mater Very Vascular; needs a.
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NERVOUS SYSTEM The excitable highway. Brainstorm Groups of 3-4 On Chart Paper, make a mind map of what you know of the nervous system Thoughts,
Communication Sending & Receiving Messages. Why is it Difficult to Listen to Listen to Others at Times? Distractions are everywhere People may talk.
BRAIN AND BEHAVIOR Chapter 3. Key Questions How do nerve cells operate and communicate? What are the functions of major parts of the nervous systems?
Basic Communication Skills. Field of Consciousness ESTABLISHING RAPPORT.
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CH 10- Objectives 1. Give the location and functions of the 4 main divisions of the brain 2. Name and locate the subdivisions of the brainstem 3. Name.
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The Limbic System (AKA inner brain) LOCATION: Deep within brain, next to thalamus, at top of brain stem FUNCTION? – The 4 Fs : fight, flight, food, fornication!
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