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2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt Lobes of the Cerebral Cortex Endocrine System Nervous System Neurons Brain Structures
Contain the motor cortex
WHAT ARE THE FRONTAL LOBES?
Controls our ability with music including rhythm.
WHAT IS THE RIGHT TEMPORAL LOBE?
Enables us to process language
WHAT IS THE LEFT TEMPORAL LOBE?
process visual input
WHAT ARE THE OCCIPTAL LOBES?
receive sensations of touch, body position, hearing
WHAT DO THE PARIETAL LOBES DO?
WHAT IS THE PITUITARY?
Control the development of male sexual characteristics
WHAT ARE THE TESTES?
Control the development of female sexual characteristics
WHAT ARE THE OVARIES?
Glands that control the fight-or-flight response
WHAT ARE THE ADRENAL GLANDS?
Involved with metabolism, physical growth and development
WHAT IS THE THYROID?
Brain and spinal cord
WHAT MAKES UP THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM?
nervous system outside central nervous system
WHAT IS THE PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYTEM?
The portion of the peripheral nervous system that sends communications between the central nervous system and the internal organs and glands – we do not consciously control it.
WHAT IS THE AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM?
The part of the autonomic nervous system that sends messages to internal organs and glands that help us to respond to stressful and emergency situations.
WHAT IS THE SYMPATHETIC DIVISION?
The part of the autonomic nervous system that monitors the routine operations of the internal organs and returns the body to calmer functioning after arousal.
WHAT IS THE PARASYMPATHETIC DIVISION?
A branched fiber that extends outward from the main cell body and carries information into the neuron – it receives input
WHAT IS A DENDRITE?
The part of the neuron that is also called the cell body
WHAT IS THE SOMA?
An extended fiber in a neuron that conducts information from the cell body to the terminal buttons.
WHAT IS AN AXON?
The microscopic gap that serves as a communications link between neurons
WHAT IS A SYNAPSE?
Chemical messengers that relay neural messages across the synapse.
WHAT ARE NEUROTRANSMITTERS?
A component of the limbic system, involved in establishing long term memories
WHAT IS THE HIPPOCAMPUS?
A limbic system structure involved in memory and emotion, particularly in aggression
WHAT IS THE AMYGDALA?
The “little brain” attached to the brain stem. It is responsible for coordinated movements
WHAT IS THE CEREBELLUM?
The band of nerve fibers that connects the two cerebral hemispheres
WHAT IS THE CORPUS CALLOSUM?
The brain-stem structure that controls breathing and heart rate
WHAT IS THE MEDULLA?
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