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  1. mesencephalon
  2. brains structure that modifies respiratory activity of medulla oblongata, relays info to cerebellum and sense/motor of cranial nerves for face and internal ear
  3. visual association area
  4. the midbrain, pons and medulla oblongata make up the ___ ___
  5. functions of hypothalamus
  1. a monitors visual cortex and interprets results (visual cortex allows you to see a string of letters, association area processes them allowing you to read)
  2. b pons (middle of brain stem)
  3. c 1-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
  4. d midbrain
  5. e brain stem

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. in frontal lobe, coordinates info from entire cortex, performs abstract thoughts
  2. midbrain (superior part of brain stem)
  3. diencephalon
  4. diencephelon (thalamus and hypothalamus)
  5. part of the limbic system important in learning, storing memories

5 True/False Questions

  1. General interpretive area (Wernicke's area)based on attachement point on brain moving anterior to posterior (CN I is most anterior and CN XII is the most posterior)

          

  2. thalamus functionrelay sensory info to the basal nuclei and cerebral cortex. acts as a filter sending only necessary sensory input

          

  3. longitudinal fissuretype of axon of cerebral white matter, allow communication between hemispheres

          

  4. neural cortex (gray matter) that covers cerebellumcerebral cortex

          

  5. how learned movement patterns work in the braincerebral cortex issues command to begin (ie start waking). basal nuclei subconsciously controls mvmts (ie arm and leg motion). cerebral cortex gives command to stop (ie stop walking)

          

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