the brain
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the brain

Course: PSY 202, Spring 2011

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The Brain Week 2 Day 7 The Brain Amber Cooper PSY 202 January 9, 2012 Janie Lacy The central core of the brain and the cerebral cortex differ in several aspects. First from my understanding the cerebral cortex is voluntary while the central core is involuntary. The central core of the brain is responsible for breathing, eating, sleeping, and heart rate. Without the central core operating correctly, we would be...

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Brain The Week 2 Day 7 The Brain Amber Cooper PSY 202 January 9, 2012 Janie Lacy The central core of the brain and the cerebral cortex differ in several aspects. First from my understanding the cerebral cortex is voluntary while the central core is involuntary. The central core of the brain is responsible for breathing, eating, sleeping, and heart rate. Without the central core operating correctly, we would be walking around like a bunch of drunks! The cerebral cortex controls the more tedious processes such as thinking, decision making, speech, and memory. Without the cerebral cortex everyone would be acting like robots since it is responsible for personality! Sensation is caused by a source of physical energy and Perception is the processing and understanding of a stimuli. For example, you touch your hand to a hot burner on a stove, the first thing that happens is the sensation of hot and pain. The second thing that happens is the perception that you need to pull your hand away from the source and find a way to make the pain stop! The Brain 2 Week Day 7 I took the quiz in the text to determine if I was a right or left sided thinker. Although the quiz had told me I was right sided, I had already reached the conclusion on my own. I am a think about something, determine the outcomes, and then take action type of person (most of the time). I tend to concentrate better if I have music playing, as I do now while doing my homework. I can also read person's emotional expressions and often their emotional state affects mine. I am very independent and do most things on my own. This has caused problems and solved problems in my marriage, career, and social life. I try to take on advice on how to rectify some of my right sided tendencies, but I guess I am just persistent because they are hard to change! My independence will be a great attribute for my future career. I plan on becoming a counselor. I want to work for a company for a little while to get a feel of the field, than I would like to open my own office. There I will have the freedom to practice as I think is beneficial to my clients.

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