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HINDBRAIN MEDULLA controls breathing, heart rate, BP, etc reflex center for vomiting PONS located just above the medulla controls balance, hearing, and sleep
CEREBELLUM ““““small brain” LLLLocated behind the spinal cord CCCControls motor coordination
FOREBRAIN Area for higher “thinking processes” Cerebral Cortex – outer layer of the forebrain
CEREBRUM Inner layer of forebrain; divided into four lobes
1.Frontal Lobe planning, execution, & movement (motor cortex) planning, execution, & movement (motor cortex)
2. Parietal Lobe somatosensory cortex (touch, pressure, cold, and pain) 3.Temporal Lobe auditory and visual memories left lobe – language center
4.Occipital Lobe visual center
THALAMUS RRRRelay station for sensory information IIIIntegrate sensory info with emotion & memory
HYPOTHALAMUS Control center for ANS Works with pituitary gland (secrete hormones) Aggression, emotional behavior, sexual behavior
A Guided Tour of the Brain
Brain Richard Goldman April 24, 2006 Frontal Lobe Parietal Lobe Thalamus Occipital Lobe Cerebellum Spinal Cord Pons Pituitary Gland Reticular Formation.
What part of the brain is a relay station for sensory information?
And Brain Organization
Consists of the brain stem pathway for all nerves entering and leaving the brain The Pons-- involved with sleep and alertness; connects brain.
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.
The Cerebral Cortex is split into four LOBES, with half of each one on the left, and half of each one on the right: The FRONTAL LOBE The PARIETAL LOBE.
6.2 The Brain (cont.) Human brain weighs 1,350 grams (3 pounds)
Major Brain Structures and Functions Made by Ms. Collins Unscrupulously used by Mr. McNalis.
The Meninges Dura mater - outermost layer Arachnoid mater - no blood vessels, in between layer (resembles a spider web) Pia mater -inner membrane, contains.
The Brain. General Information Runs all aspects of the body Voluntary Involuntary Reasoning Intelligence Communication Divided up into 3 parts Cerebrum.
How the Brain Works Overview Ways of Studying the Brain How is the Brain Organized?
The decision and communication center
The Brain How is the brain structured? How are the parts connected?
Enables communication between the two hemispheres of the brain.
Studying The Brain.
THE HUMAN BRAIN. 3.5 pounds of gelatinous material at the root of everything we do/are.
The Amazing Brain Weighs about 3 pounds Major portions: Cerebrum
Brain Structure. Brain Stem 3 parts Medulla Oblongata Pons Midbrain.
The Nervous System 2 Major Divisions: Central and Peripheral.
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