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  1. hippocampus (limbic)
  2. primary sensory cortex
  3. Parkinson's disease
  4. visual cortex
  5. auditory cortex
  1. a in occipital lobe of cerebrum, receives visual info
  2. b part of the limbic system important in learning, storing memories
  3. c in temporal lobe of cerebrum, receives info about hearing
  4. d located in cerebrum, receive somatic sensory info from receptors for touch, pressure, pain, vibration, taste and temp
  5. e substantia nigra is damaged or neurons secrete less dopamine causing overactive basal nuclei to increase muscle tone and muscles unable to relax. every mvmt becomes voluntary and mentally trying

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. monitors auditory cortex and processes the info
  2. cerebrum
  3. choroid plexus
  4. recognizes faces, emotions, 3D relationships
  5. cerebral cortex

5 True/False questions

  1. functions of CSF1-cushioning
    2-support (floats)
    3-transport nutrients, waste and chemical messengers

          

  2. brain structure that processes visual and auditory sensations, somatic reflexes and maintains consciousnesspons (middle of brain stem)

          

  3. association areasregions of the cerebral cortex that monitor, interpret and process incoming data

          

  4. functions of hypothalamus1-subconscious skeletal muscle control (sex, rage, pain response)
    2-control autonomic centers in medulla oblongata (HR, BP, RR etc)
    3-nervous/endocrine control through regulatory hormones directed at pituitary gland
    4-secretes two hormones (ADH and OXT)
    5-emotions and behavioral drives (hunger, thirst)
    6-coordinates voluntary and autonomic functions (fight or flight)
    7-body temp regulation
    8-circadian rhythms control

          

  5. ADH is also known asregions of the cerebral cortex that monitor, interpret and process incoming data

          

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