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  1. Dendrite
  2. Axon
  3. Synapse
  4. Thalamus
  5. 7 Rules of Brain Plasticity
  1. a connection b/w axon tip and dendrite or cell body of receiving neuron
  2. b 1. Brain must be alert and engaged to change
    2. Positive reinforcement strengthens the connections b/w neurons
    3. neurons that fire together wire together
    4. Repetition in incremental steps is key to make lasting change; initial change is temporary
    5. Memory is crucial for learning and can be improved
    6. Motivation is key - right stress, challenging but not too much
    7. Brain Plasticity can be positive or negative
  3. c Function: senses transported to higher brain, sleep/consciousness
    Dysfunction: motor, sensory and emotional problems, balance and sleep, impairment
  4. d neurons extension that passes messages to glands, muscles or neurons
  5. e neurons bushy, branching extensions that receive messages and conduct impluses

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. Function: visual cortex, color, motion perception, dreams come from
    Dysfunction: color and movement, halucinations, illusions
  2. Function: motor control, consciousness and sleep, dreaming, posture
    Dysfunction: control bladder to a certain point, blood clots, breathing troubles
  3. Function: pain, sense/touch
    Dysfunction: right/left confusion, dress/wash problems of self
  4. sleep/wake cycle, mood and arousal, no production - depression
  5. Function: mediate conflicting thoughts, choices, predict future, social control
    Dysfunction: personality and behavioral change, bad decisions

5 True/False Questions

  1. Corpus CallosumFunction: facilitate communication b/w hemispheres, eye movement, sensory and arousal
    Dysfunction: incomplete or no dev leads to difficulty of understanding (ex. sarcasm)

          

  2. Temporal LobeFunction: emotion, problem solving, impulse, facial expressions
    Dysfunction: mental flexibility, social up or down, easily distracted

          

  3. CerbellumFunction: coordination, memory, leanring, body movement
    Dysfunction: bad balance and coordination, tremor, dizzy, weak in legs

          

  4. Reticular FormationFunction: mediate conflicting thoughts, choices, predict future, social control
    Dysfunction: personality and behavioral change, bad decisions

          

  5. Motor Neuronsneurons that carry incoming info from receptors to brain and spinal cord

          

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