Lecture%2028-circuit-diagrams - response Lecture 28 FIGURE...

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Lecture 28 FIGURE 1 Evaluate, analyze stimulus in detail Auditory cortices Somatosensory cortices Somatosensory Thalamus Auditory thalamus INDIRECT PATHWAYS Amygdala Direct Path (contributes to rapid, Reflexive Response) Direct Path (contributes to rapid, Reflexive Response) Hypothalamus orchestrates whole body
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Unformatted text preview: response Lecture 28 FIGURE 2 How Does Hypothalamus Whole Body Response? Hypothalamus Somatomotor System Visceral Motor System (Autonomic) Pituitary Gland Freezing or fleeing behaviors Changes in visceral function such as respiratory and heart rate Hormone release such as stress hormones (e.g. cortisol)...
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Lecture%2028-circuit-diagrams - response Lecture 28 FIGURE...

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