sp_lect6 - Temporal lobe auditory (inner ear), Frontal...

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Thursday, February 01, 2007 Cutaneous receptors Fig 11.13 Open nerve endings: temperature Corpuscles: pain Hair follicle: touch Encoding Stimulus Modality (custom slide) - law of specific nerve energies - principle of labeled lines Spinal cord and brain Fig 10.6 Central / peripheral nervous system Fig 10.8 Cross-section of Spinal cord spinal tracts Fig 10.9 Mid-sagittal section of the Brain Fig 10.11c All sensory signals pass through the Thalamus, except olfactory Lobes of cerebral cortex Fig 10.13 Six layers of nerve cells Major folds separate the different major lobes Occipital lobe – vision Parietal lobe – touch, pain, pressure, temperature
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Unformatted text preview: Temporal lobe auditory (inner ear), Frontal control / generation of movement, planning, decision making General Pathway for transmitting somatosensory information to cerebral cortex Fig 11.6 The two somatosensory pathways Fig 11.14 Crossing over of neurons i.e. right foot controlled by left part of the brain Primary somatosensory cortex: somatotropic organization Fig 10.15b Map of the body on the surface of t he sensory cortex Eye Fig 11.18a Control of pupil Fig 11.27 Refraction by convex lens system Fig 11.23 Accommodation Fig 11.25 Focusing on distant and near objects Fig 11.24 Normal and near sighted vision Fig 11.26a,b...
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