3_Brain_Overview - species, but between species too....

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Brain Overview Two Hemispheres Joined by Corpus Callosum
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Brain Overview Two Hemispheres Joined by Corpus Callosum Four Prominent Lobes
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Brain Overview Two Hemispheres Joined by Corpus Callosum Four Prominent Lobes Covered with Cortex
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Cortex Components
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Brain Overview Two Hemispheres Joined by Corpus Callosum Four Prominent Lobes Covered with Cortex Which is layered
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Cortex is Layered
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Relative width of layers changes abruptly from one area of cortex to another.
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Brodmann Maps -A
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Brodmann Maps -B
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Differences in layering correspond to differences in function
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Major Divisions
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Information flow is consistent and predictable -- not just within a
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Unformatted text preview: species, but between species too. Emphases can vary with function Amygdala is part of cortex Hippocampus is part of Cortex Sensory Information Flow Thalamus Primary Sens. Cor. Secondary Sens. Cor. Multimodal Sensory Cortex Frontal Hp, Amy Motor, Premotor Sensory Information Flow Thalamus Primary Sens. Cor. Secondary Sens. Cor. Multimodal Sensory Cortex Frontal Hp, Amy Motor, Premotor Information Flow Primary Sensory Primary and Secondary Sensory 1, 2 Sensory and Motor Functions of Frontal Zones not well Understood Effects of Stroke -- Consistent and Predictable So Where does Learning Happen?...
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2008 for the course PSYCH 3320 taught by Professor Devoogd, t during the Spring '07 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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