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Unformatted text preview: Brain Structure & Frontal Lobe - conscious thought and social awareness Function OLOGY 110 Temporal Lobe - language, hearing and some types of Cerebral Cortex memory Initiation of voluntary acts, speech, learning Parietal Lobe - attention and making associations between memory & production events and incoming information of emotions Occipital Lobe - vision Telencephalon (aka Cerebrum) Basal Nuclei - planning and learning movements Forebrain Higher functions of thought, Limbic System Olfactory Bulb - processes info about smells Learning and Emotion Formation and expression of emotions Amygdala - understanding and remembering emotional situations, fear = avoid conflict & anger = aggression HORRIBLE. . .. . .........as Hippocampus - establishing memories for spatial location. facts, sequences of events memory & learning Diencephalon Thalamus - relays sensory info to and from cerebrum Hypothalamus - controls G.I. tract, repro systems, regulates basic c behaviors, production of hormones & Circadian Rhythms Cerebellum - Maintain balance and hand eye coordination Hindbrain Metencephalon Controls basic processes that Pons - serves as a relay between cerebellum and other areas of sustain life brain, sending/receiving info! Myelencephalon Medulla Oblongata - coordinates many basic reflexes, bodily functions and homeostatic processes. Reticualar Formation - network like pathway that Midbrain maint intains and controls alertness and sleep Process sensory input Mesencephalon Midbrain - process several sensory inputs, including vision, smell & hearing Timeline -- 4 Week Embryo- 5 Week Embryo - Adult...
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  • Fall '14
  • PATRICIAMIRE-WATSON
  • temporal lobe, occipital lobe

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