Brain Buster Activity

Brain Buster Activity - BrainBusterExercise Step1:...

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Brain Buster Exercise Step 1 :  Read the following scenario: You are walking down a sidewalk with a friend when, out of the corner of your eye, you think you  see a snake in the grass.  You jump and shout “snake” before realizing you’re actually looking at  a dark green ribbon on a stick, blowing in the wind.  You laugh, and then remember a pet snake  you had years ago.    Step 2:   Your task is to address how your brain produced that experience as if you were the occipital  lobe, thalamus, amygdala, Broca's region, the motor cortex, the frontal cortex, and the hippocampus.   To achieve this task, please answer the following questions:  1. You are the * occipital lobe* . In detail, describe your role in creating this experience. The occipital is the primary receiving area for visual information.  So the occipital lobe is responsible for me seeing the snake. 2.
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This note was uploaded on 03/03/2011 for the course FIN 1081 taught by Professor Jerrod during the Spring '11 term at Paris Tech.

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