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1/14 week 2 Frontal Lobe (huge in size) : planning of movements, working memory – events that happened very recently, including Primary motor cortex (pre-motor cortex): fine movement control Parietal Lobe: body sensations, Including primary somatosensory cortex: touch (both central gurus) Temporal lobe: hearing, advanced visual processing, including language process, lateral sulcus: hearing Occipital Lobe: vision Information travel through “fasciculus”( Axons, bands, pathway of axons) Shorter U-fibers are the corticocortical axons that travel from one gurus to nearby gybi Neurons send axons (white matter) to another neurons (grey matter) Corpus Callosum: consist of huge track of axons, white matter, connect right and left side of the brain Axons in the anterior commissure exchange information of left and right Cerebellum: responsible for coordination and standing Medulla oblongata and the Pons: control breathing and heart rate Cross-lateral Control of the body by the brain Cerebral cortex has 12-15 billion neurons
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course PSYCH 10 taught by Professor Zaidel during the Winter '08 term at UCLA.

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