Brain, Spinal Cord and Nerves
-supplies the eye with vision
-"I can see clearly now with my _______nerve"
|Facial|| -sensory and motor|
-secretion of tears and saliva
-"Ooooo my _______ makes me drool"
|Glossopharyngeal|| -Sensory and motor|
-Swallowing and sense of taste
-"_______ pertains to the tongue, pharynx pertains to the pharynx, so when you eat you don't need to fear what's next"
-Eye movement and pupil constriction
-"Without nerve number three it would be really hard to see"
-moves the eye
-"SATE- Sixth Abducts the Eyes"
|Trigeminal|| -Sensory and Motor|
-Controls the sensations of the face & biting, chewing and swallowing
"The Rich Irish General E-mailed Ms Isabella News About London"
-allows people to see
"Two syllables in _____ so it is the second nerve"
-Functions: hearing and balance
-"___________, so you can hear someone "coch" their gun in your ear"
|Vagus|| -Sensory and motor|
-Monitors and regulates heartbeat
-"The longest cranial nerve is on a mission to preserve organ conditions
|Accessory Nerve|| -Motor|
-Controls sternocleidomastoid and trapezius muscles
-"_______ _________ are the movers of your noggin"
|Olfactory Bulb|| -Sensory|
-Perception of odors
-"I love the smell of _______ _____ in the morning"
-Help move to tongue
-"Swallow your gloss with the _______________"
|Frontal lobe||Voluntary motor function, motivation, sense of smell, mood|
|Parietal lobe||reception and evaluation of sensory information except smell, hearing and vision|
|Occipital lobe||reception and integration of visual input|
|Temporal lobe||reception and evaluation for smell and hearing; memory abstract thought, judgment|
|Medulla Oblongata||regulates heart rate, blood vessel diameter, respiration, swallowing, vomiting, hiccuping, coughing and sneezing|
|Cerebral Medulla||connects one hemisphere to the other|
|Prefrontal cortex||Predicts consequences of events or actions, generates feelings of frustration, tension and anxiety as it interprets ongoing events|
|Broca's Area||Speech center, regulates patterns of breathing and vocalization|
|Wernicke Area||Receives information from all sensory association areas, lies in one hemisphere (left), coordinates access to complex visual and auditory memories|
|Cerebellum||Attached to brainstem posterior to pons, balance and eye movement, posture, locomotion, fine motor coordination, works with cerebrum to plan, practice and learn complex movements|
|Diencephalon||located between the brainstem and the cerebrum, thalamus, subthalamus, epithalamus and hypothalamus|
|Midbrain||Visual reflexes, eye movements, controls sleep-wake cycles, maintenance of muscle tone and posture|
|Pons||-Superior to medulla oblongata, sleep center|
|Limbic System||part of cerebrum and diencephalons, includes the hippocampus, establishes emotional states and behavioral drives, long term memory storage and retrieval, makes you "want" to perform complex tasks.|