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101Lecture14_2009 - Lecture Topic 14 Higher Cortical...

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Lecture Topic 14 Higher Cortical Processing Memory The Association Cortices • Accounts for 75% of brain tissue • Processes much of the information – Cognition, emotions, memory, language – Control of motor output Figure 5.9 Primary motor cortex Central sulcus Somatosensory cortex Parietal lobe Parietal-temporal-occipital association cortex Occipital lobe Primary visual cortex Temporal lobe Limbic association cortex Primary auditory cortex Frontal lobe Prefrontal association cortex
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The Association Cortices • Parietal-Temporal-Occipital – Polymodal processing of many senses – Attention – Left: language skills (sounds and written words) – Right: manipulation of an object in space • Prefrontal (or Frontal) – Planning • Limbic (or Temporal) – Emotions – Memory PTO Cortical Damage • Damage may induce agnosias – Inability to perceive objects
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PTO Cortical Damage • Right PTO damage is expressed as neglect of objects on the left –Left PTO damage does not induce neglect
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This note was uploaded on 05/07/2009 for the course NPB 83008 taught by Professor Bautista,goldberg during the Spring '09 term at UC Davis.

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101Lecture14_2009 - Lecture Topic 14 Higher Cortical...

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