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TheBrainPartTwoLectureoutline11 - The Brain: The Hindbrain,...

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Unformatted text preview: The Brain: The Hindbrain, Midbrain and Forebrain The HINDBRAIN: Medulla, Pons and Cerebellum hindbrain Medulla: regulates automatic functioning circulation, breathing, muscle tone, reflexes (sneezing/salivating). Cant survive if destroyed Pons: regulates sleeping, waking and dreaming Cerebellum: balance and coordination of movement; analyzes sensory information; may play a role in remembering simple skills, problem solving The MIDBRAIN Reticular Formation, Tectum and Tegmentum Reticular Formation: modulates muscle reflexes, pain perception; active in states of arousal. Damage to this area may result in comas. Tectum: involved in auditory and visual responses Tegmentum: controls some motor functions, regulates awareness and attention and some autonomic functions The FOREBRAIN Thalamus: relays motor impulses out of the brain; directs incoming sensory messages to higher centers Hypothalamus: hunger, thirst, emotion, sex and reproduction, body temp, and the autonomic nervous system (the 4 Fs) Pituitary Gland: master gland governed by the hypothalamus Limbic System: loosely interconnected structures involved in emotions. No clear boundaries....
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This note was uploaded on 01/19/2012 for the course PSYCH 111 taught by Professor Schreier during the Fall '08 term at University of Michigan.

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