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5 Matching questions

  1. Pons
  2. Calcarine Sulcus
  3. Cerebral Spinal Fluid
  4. Central Sulcus (Sulcus of Rolando)
  5. Rhomboencephalon
  1. a *Separates = FRONTAL and PARIETAL lobes laterally
  2. b *Separates = OCCIPITAL Lobe into SUPERIOR & INFERIOR ½'s
  3. c *Solution that fills the hollow cavities of the brain and circulates around the brain and spinal cord.
    *Provides nourishment, cushions, and removes wastes.
  4. d *HIND BRAIN = develops the back of the brain - divided into the Myencephalon and Metacephalon
  5. e *Location = SUPERIOR TO MEDULLA
    *Function = A w/ RR / Assoc w/ Orientation of head in relation to VISUAL and AUDITORY STIMULI
    *Cranial Nerves V-VIII (5-8)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. *LOCATION = TEMPORAL LOBE B. HEMISPHERES
    *Almond-shaped neural structure in the
    *Part of the LIMBIC SYSTEM
    *MAIN FUNCTION = EMOTIONAL / SOCIAL PROCESSING
    FEAR / PLEASURE RESPONSES, AROUSAL, PROCESSING MEMORY, FORMS EMOTIONAL MEMORIES
  2. Prosencephalon: divides to form the Telencephalon and Diencephalon
    Largest, most complicated, and most advanced of the three divisions of the brain; comprises the thalamus, hypothalamus, limbic system, basal ganglia, corpus callosum, and cortex,
  3. *Function = Control → VOL. MVMT, (Primary motor cortex / Precentral gyrus) INTELLECT, ORIENTATION, SPEECH, BEHAVIOR, PERSONALITY, TEMPER

    *BROCA's area (L SIDE), Speech, concentration,
    *Prefrontal cortex: Controls emotions and judgement
  4. *Separates = OCCIPITAL from the PARIETAL lobe
  5. *Major division of the brain,
    *Large area of the cerebrum.
    *Each lobe is named for the bone of the cranium that is above it:*

5 True/False questions

  1. pineal gland*The endocrine system's most influential gland.
    *Under the influence of the HYPOTHALAMUS it regulates GROWTH and controls other ENDOCRINE GLANDS

          

  2. Pituitary gland*The endocrine system's most influential gland.
    *Under the influence of the HYPOTHALAMUS it regulates GROWTH and controls other ENDOCRINE GLANDS

          

  3. Flow of Cerebral Spinal Fluid*Solution that fills the hollow cavities of the brain and circulates around the brain and spinal cord.
    *Provides nourishment, cushions, and removes wastes.

          

  4. Characteristics of PNS*Encased in fiberous sheeth (relatively unprotected)
    *MOTOR Spinal Nerves (ANTERIOR ROOT) carry motor info AWAY from the CNS (EFFERENT FIBERS)
    *SENSORY Spinal Nerves (POSTERIOR ROOT) carry sensation TO CNS (AFFERENT FIBERS)
    *Ganglia-clusters of cells-give rise to PNS. and CNS nerve fibers.
    *STIMULATING RESPONSE

          

  5. Brain Stem*CNS - 3 Parts = FOREBRAIN, MIDBRAIN, HINDBRAIN

          

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