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PSY307 Lecture 2 Quiz is a bell ringer try to be here 15 minutes early Going to see ten slides that show some structure in the brain memorize brain anatomy match number to the name Second part function of the part of that brain match description to the part of the brain that goes with the function Mostly going to be mri pictures Actual notes : Structural neuroanatomy: Parts of the nervous system: Forebrain prosencephalon Telencephalon+diencephalon Midbrain mesencephalon Hindbrain- rhombencephalon Metencephalon + myelencephalon telencephalon= cortex white matter basal ganglia hippocampus amygdala diencephalon ( everything that ends with thalamus)= thalamus+ hypothalamus+ epithalamus mesencephalon= midbrain tectum(roof ) and tegementum + cerebral penduncles metencephalon= cerebellum+pons myelencephalon= medulla Lobes and major landmarks: gyrus wiggly chunk thing sticking out sulcus groove central sulcus center singulate gyrus like a belt parieto occiptal sulcus lateral sulcus frontal, parietal, temporal, occipital limbic lobe? – broca – fifth lobe of the brain Frontal lobe: precentral sulcus right in front of the central sulcus superior frontal sulcus above precentral inferior frontal below precentral precentral gyrus right in front of central sulcus (right in front of precentral is the motor cortex prefrontal cortex- the entire frontal lobe except for the precentral gyrus area superior frontal gyrus ( in front of middle) middle frontal gyrus inferior frontal gyrus ( below middle) Medial view: cingulate gyrus underneath the superior frontal gyrus
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the very back of cingulate gyrus= retrosplenial cingulate cortex posterior cingulate cortex= in front of retro front half= anterior cingulate cortex in front of anterior= subgenual cingulate cortex think like a knee genu= knee, so sub genu= below knee gyrus rectus olfactory cortex Paterial lobe- lateral: post central sulcus behind central sulcus intraparietal sulcus deep inside the brain ( behind the post central) maps for the different parts of the body between central and post central sulcus sensory cortex aka sensory homunculous next to intra superior parietal lobe below superior is the inferior parietal lobule next to inferior= angular gyrus right below inferior supramarginal gyrus Medial: in front of the parietoccipital sulcus and behind frontal lobe precuneus metabolic mechanism spatial navigation where you space out becomes active highly affected in alzheimer’s also has to do bits with memory calcarine sulcus center of the visual field in there top half= bottom half of visual view bottom half= top half of visual view Temporal lobe : lateral view: temporal lobe visual and auditory stuff
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