Olfactory Cortex Involved in the identification of odors Thalamus Relays

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Olfactory CortexInvolved in the identification of odors. Parietal lobe 2.The parietal lobe is part of our (choose one of the answers)
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3. The parietal lobe is involved in and controls: 1 Cognition 2 Information processing 3 Pain and touch sensation 4 Spatial orientation and body position 5 Speech 6 Understanding the concept of time 7 Visual attention and face recognition SOMATOSENSORY SYSTEM As sensory receptors in our skin, muscles, bones, joints and organs are triggered by a specific stimulus, this signal passes to the somatosensory region in the brain. This produces sensations such as: 1 Touch 2 Temperature 3 Pain or body position and allows us to feel the processed stimulus at the correct location.
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  • Fall '19
  • temporal lobe, primitive brain structure

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