Neuroant-overview

Neuroant-overview - (Forebrain) Thalamus Thalamus Sensory...

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Midbrain
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Reticular Formation A network of neurons in the medulla and other parts of the brain stem (medulla, pons, midbrain, and certain parts of the forebrain). •Descending portion controls certain motor functions in the spinal cord. •Ascending portion sends output to much of the cerebral cortex, selectively increasing arousal and attention in one brain area or another.
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Unformatted text preview: (Forebrain) Thalamus Thalamus Sensory processing and relay to the cortex: All sensory modalities except smell. (i.e., vision, hearing, bodily senses) (Forebrain) Hypothalamus Hypothalamus (yellow/orange) (MRI scan) Limbic System Emotion and Motivation * Pituitary gland not part of the Limbic System (fear, anxiety ) (memory)...
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