Su11Homework1 - Name COGS17 HOMEWORK 1 Given the...

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Name _________________________________ COGS17 HOMEWORK 1 Given the definitions provided below, enter the corresponding vocabulary term(s) in the column on the left. HINT: A "vs." in definition indicates that 2 terms are required SOME BASIC TERMS Connecting to the SAME side vs . connecting to the OPPOSITE side Towards the sides vs . toward the middle Towards the stomach or the bottom of the human head vs . towards the back or the top of the human head A structure above another vs . one below another Planes through head as seen from the front vs . the side vs . above/below CNS / PNS Division of the Forebrain that ultimately becomes the Thalamus, Hypothalamus and the eye Division of the Forebrain that ultimately becomes the Cerebral Cortex, Basal Ganglia, Limbic System, etc. Hindbrain structure, controls vital reflexes Hindbrain structure, acts as bridge between Hindbrain and higher centers Hindbrain structure, involved primarily with guided, timed movements Network of cells moving through hind- and mid-brain, involved in arousal Core strip of cells through hind-and mid-brain, involved in sleep Midbrain structure involved in motor processes Midbrain structure involved in sensory processes, includes Superior (visual) and Inferior (auditory) Colliculi Forebrain structure, oversees 4Fs, temperature, clock; communicates with and through the endrocrine system Forebrain structure, "Master Gland", stimulated by Hypothalamus Forebrain structure, a principal stop along most sensory, motor & arousal pathways A set of forebrain structures involved in motivation and emotional expression Forebrain structure, involved in the formation of new memories Forebrain structure, associated especially with anger and fear, also with recognizing emotion in others Forebrain structure,
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