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The Reptilian Brain The Mammalian Brain The Thinking Brain The Triune Brain
How the Brain Works
Tan’s Brain (1861) http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/literally-psyched/2013/02/08/the-man-who-couldnt- speakand-how-he-revolutionized-psychology/
How do we know what we know? PET Scanning: Positron Emission tomography
http://www.abc.net.au P.E.T. Scan (Positron Emission Tomography) http://www.capersonalinjurycaselawnotes.com
M.R.I. Magnetic Resonance Imaging http://www.cis.rit.eduhttp://www.gulker.com
f.M.R.I. Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging http://www.twistedphysics.typepad.com http://www.singularityhub.com
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
5 2 6 3 1 7 4 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?
It’s time for a quiz! Google Image Source: http://www.amazon.com/Home-Alone-Macaulay-Culkin/dp/B00000K3CL
Class Score Sampling… 34 ?? ?? 24
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Your Amazing Brain. What is your brain made of? 100 billion neurons 78% water Nerve cells Connective tissue.
IPOD Neural Impulse Demonstration. Brain and Behavior Introduction.
Cerebral Cortex Thoughts and actions Frontal Lobe: Consciousness, what we do according to our environment, judgment, emotional response, language, gives.
Vocab 3b The Brain. area at the front of the parietal lobes that registers and processes body touch and movement sensations.
Nervous System: Part VI Specialized Receptors: Eyes and Ears.
Brain Structure. Brain Stem 3 parts Medulla Oblongata Pons Midbrain.
The Human Brain. Tools for Viewing Brain Structure and Activity EEG Electroencephalogram measures electrical currents across the brain Measure brain.
The Human Brain. The Central Core Cerebellum: Motor Control Brain Stem: Pons: Sleep, arousal Reticular Formation: Sleep, arousal, attention
Chapter 2 The Brain. Lesion tissue destruction a brain lesion is a naturally or experimentally caused destruction of brain tissue.
The Brain By the end of the lesson you should be able to Describe the structure and function of the brain State the function and location of cerebrum,
Parts of The Human Brain Ashley Nagle Main Menu Click on a part of the brain to learn more about it. Once you are done reading about all of the parts,
The Brain Divided into two halves called hemispheres. They communicate through the corpus callosum.
THE BRAIN Notes. THE THREE PARTS OF A BRAIN Forebrain-higher intellectual functions, such as speech and abstract thought. It controls the pain, hunger,
Brain Notes. Tools for Viewing Brain Structure and Activity EEG Electroencephalogram measures electrical currents across the brain Measure brain activity.
The Brain. Brainstem the oldest part and central core of the brain, beginning where the spinal cord swells as it enters the skull responsible for.
Seeinghearing speakingthinking PET Scans. Frontal Temporal Parietal Occipital Cerebellum The Boundaries of the Lobes.
3B Definition Slides. Lesion = tissue destruction; a brain lesion is a naturally or experimentally caused destruction of brain tissue.
The Brain. Frontal lobe Parietal lobe Occipital lobe Temporal lobe Cerebellum Brain stem Spinal cord Link to 3D image of brain External structure of the.
The Brain weighs g made up of about 100 billion neurons “the most complex living structure on the universe” Society for Neuroscience.
The Brain. Ways we Study the Brain Accidents Lesions CAT Scan PET Scan MRI Functional MRI.
Brain and Neuron Labeling and Quizzes A&P Ch 8 Biel.
Brain Notes. Tools for Viewing Brain Structure and Activity EEG Electroencephalogram measures electrical currents across the brain Measure brain.
How the Brain Works Overview Ways of Studying the Brain How is the Brain Organized?
Ms. Bunn 8/30/12. There are 4 lobes of the brain The frontal lobe- top front The parietal lobe- middle section The temporal lobe- below the parietal.
Biology and Behavior Chapter 3. The Nervous System Central Nervous System – consists of the brain and spinal cord. Central Nervous System – consists of.
Today is a great day to learn about your BRAIN!!! Growing New Brain Cells?
1st General Lyceum of Zakynthos Cerebrum and cognitive functions Antonia Vertzagia Edited by Sonia Theodoritsi and Christo Gousia.
THE BRAIN. HINDBRAIN MEDULLA controls breathing, heart rate, BP, etc reflex center for vomiting PONS located just above the medulla controls balance,
SUPA Presentation Kate Keaveney.
Myers EXPLORING PSYCHOLOGY (6th Edition in Modules) Module 4 The Brain James A. McCubbin, PhD Clemson University Worth Publishers.
UNIT 3: BIOLOGICAL LEVEL OF ANALYSIS Day 2. Outcome(s): Explain, using examples, the effects of neurotransmission on human behavior Discuss the use.
1. Which color represents the frontal lobe?. 2. Which color represents the occipital lobe?
Unit 3B The Brain. Lesion tissue destruction a brain lesion is a naturally or experimentally caused destruction of brain tissue.
Frontal Lobes: i. Primary motor cortex ii. Broca’s Area Parietal Lobes: i. Primary sensory cortex ii. Angular gyrus Occipital Lobes: i. Primary.
Lecture 5: The Brain. Nervous System (neurons) CNS n Central Nervous System Brain + Spinal cord PNS n Peripheral Nervous System (All nerves that reach.
HOLT, RINEHART AND WINSTON P SYCHOLOGY PRINCIPLES IN PRACTICE 1 Chapter 3 Good Morning!
The Brain. Link to 3D image of brain External structure of the brain Functions of the lobes.
LOCALIZATION & LATERALIZATION OF BRAIN FUNCTION INTRODUCTION: The Brain is the only body organ to exhibit both localisation and lateralisation of function.
Introduction- How we study the brain Cut a section out? Lesion.
Brain Structures. Brainstem The brain’s “basement” The brain’s “basement” Oldest & most inner part Oldest & most inner part Where spinal cord enters brain.
THE BRAIN THE MIRACLE OF THE BRAIN-YOUTUBE. OVERVIEW--NERVOUS SYSTEM Nervous System Central Nervous System Brain Spinal Cord (connects brain with PNS)
The cerebrum or cortex is the largest part of the human brain, associated with higher brain function such as thought and action. The cerebrum controls.
The Brain. General Information Runs all aspects of the body Voluntary Involuntary Reasoning Intelligence Communication Divided up into 3 parts Cerebrum.
Schema Activator Silently read the story of Phineas Gage. In your journals respond to the following question: What can neuroscientists learn about the.
Chapter 35 The Nervous System. Nervous System Functions 1. Receive & relay information throughout body 2. Monitor & respond to internal and external changes.
Thursday, January 12, 2012 Objective : Review for quiz BR:After a car accident, Gina suffered brain damage and her vision was impaired. What brain lobe.
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