Chap 6b ppts - Nervous system organization fig 6-37 1 Brain...

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1 Nervous system organization fig 6-37
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2 Brain structure fig 6-38
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3 Brain structure (notes) Cerebrum structure Structure lobes: frontal, parietal, occipital, temporal (named for bones) cerebral hemispheres, subcortical nuclei (basal ganglia) Functions motor functions, sensory functions learning, reasoning, memory Thalamus (paired) Hypothalamus (paired) Cerebellum Brain stem = midbrain + pons + medulla oblongata
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4 Cerebral hemispheres: motor function fig 10-10 skilled movements, particularly of distal muscles
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5 Cerebral hemispheres: motor function fig 10-11 Primary motor cortex motor “homunculus”; area related to fine motor control
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6 Cerebral hemispheres: basal nuclei fig 6-39 Basal nuclei defective in Parkinson’s disease Corpus callosum: connection between right & left hemispheres
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7 Cerebral hemispheres: sensory function Visual cortex (occipital lobe) Auditory cortex (temporal lobe) Taste cortex (parietal lobe) fig 7-14
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8 Cerebral hemispheres: sensory function Somatosensory cortex (parietal lobe) touch, pressure, kinesthesia, temperature, pain sensory “homunculus” fig 7-20
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9 Cerebral hemispheres: sensory function Olfactory cortex (frontal lobe) only sense not via thalamus, ~1000 odorant receptors fig 7-45
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10 Declarative memory ( language, names, faces, events, facts) Short term: ongoing graded or action potentials susceptible to shock, trauma, coma, electroconvulsive therapy Long term:
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