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164. Award: 1.00 point Problems? Adjust credit for all students. Required information This animation shows the divisions of the brain with a focus on the cerebrum, which is considered the seat of intelligence. The cerebrum is responsible for information processing, language, personality, and conscience. Damage to the cerebrum will affect all of the areas controlled by the cerebrum. You can watch this animation in APR Psychology by clicking here or by navigating to: Nervous > Animation > Topic: Anatomy & Physiology: Divisions of the brain Knowing that Phineas Gage had personality changes after damage to brain, what can you conclude about the effects of the accident on his cerebrum? The accident damaged Phineas’ motor cortex and affected Phineas’ ability to control motor skills and reactions. The accident damaged the cerebrum and affected Phineas’ personality. The accident damaged Phineas’ frontal lobe and affected Phineas’ ability to remain conscious. The accident damaged Phineas’ Wernicke’s area and affected Phineas’ ability to sing.
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