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Unformatted text preview: and speeding up when awake. 3. The Cerebellum 1. The cerebellum extends from the rear of the brainstem and is like two wrinkled hemispheres. 2. It enables one type of nonverbal learning and memory but it also coordinates voluntary movement. 3. An injured cerebellum could lead to difficulty in walking, keeping balance, or shaking hands. 4. The Limbic System 1. The doughnut shaped neural system that is at the border of the brains older parts and cerebral hemisphere is the limbic system. 1.1. The Amygdala 1.1.1. The two almond-shaped neural clusters are called the amygdala. They influence aggression and fear. 1.2. The Hypothalamus 1.2.1. The structure that lies just below the thalamus is called the hypothalamus. The hypothalamus monitors blood chemistry and takes orders from other parts of the brain....
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- Fall '08