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  1. Fetal Development of Brain (3)
  2. Parietal Lobe
  3. Telencephalon
  4. Lobe
  5. Temporal Lobe
  1. a *Associated w/ = SENSATION OF TOUCH, KINESTHESIA, *PERCEPTION OF VIBRATION AND T⁰
    *Meaning to OBJECTS**
    *Interprets language /words
    *Spacial/visual perception
    **Receives info from other areas of brain regarding = HEARING, VISION, MOTOR, SENSORY, MEMORY.**
  2. b *Major division of the brain,
    *Large area of the cerebrum.
    *Each lobe is named for the bone of the cranium that is above it:*
  3. c *The cerebral hemispheres; one of the two divisions of the forebrain (the other is the diencephalon).,
    *A subdivision of the brain that, along with the diencephalon, makes up the prosencephalon (forebrain); cerebral hemispheres
  4. d Forebrain = divides → Anterior / Posterior portions:
    *Telencephalon (Anterior)
    *Diencephalon (Posterior)
    *Midbrain = Mesencephalon stays the same
    *Hindbrain = partially divides into two parts:
    *metencephalon
    *myelencephalon
  5. e *R Side = VISUAL MEMEORY/ A in RECOGNITION of OBJECTS & FACES
    *L Side = VERBAL / GENERAL MEMORY, A in understanding LANGUAGE.
    *REAR = Ability to Interpret EMOTIONS / REACTIONS of others.
    *Wernicke's Area (L Hemisphere); ability to UNDERSTAND & PRODUCE meaningful SPEECH
    *General MEMEORY
    *1⁰ AUDITORY CORTEX
    *1⁰ AUDITORY PROCESSING / OLFACTION

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. *Sympathetic-Fight or Flight-Norepinephrine neurotransmitters
    *Parasympathetic-concerving/restoring energy
    *Acetylcholine Neurotransmitter
    *Inhibitory response
  2. *LOCATION = BORDER OF BRAINSTEM / CEREBRAL HEMISPHERES
    *Involved in emotional behavior,
    doughnut-shaped system of neural structures
    *Associated with EMOTIONS - FEAR and AGGRESSION drives such as those for FOOD / SEX.
    *Includes the HIPPOCAMPUS / AMYGDALA / HYPOTHALMUS
  3. *LEARNING Deficits
    *Wernicke's Aphasia (Receptive deficits)
    *Antisocial / Aggressive behavior
    *Difficulty w/ FACIAL EXPRESSION
    *↓ MEMORY / MEMORY LOSS
    *∅ CATEGORIZE OBJECTS
  4. *Channels that allow CSF produced in the lateral ventricles to reach the 3RD VENTRICLE and then the rest of the brain's ventricular system.
  5. *prosencephalon (Forebrain)
    *Mesencephalon (Midbrain)
    *Rhombencephalon (Hindbrain)
    *Neural Tube

5 True/False questions

  1. Vermis*CNS - 3 Parts = FOREBRAIN, MIDBRAIN, HINDBRAIN

          

  2. Characteristics of Autonomic Nervous System*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

          

  3. Left Hemisphere of brain*Non-Verbal communication /
    *Processes Holisticly,
    *Artistic,
    *Hand-Eye coordination,
    *Spatial relationships,
    *Body image awareness,
    *Kinesthetic Awareness

          

  4. Calcarine Sulcus*Location = POST. TO BRAIN, BELOW OCCIPITAL LOBE
    *Function = controls COORDINATION of MVMT & BALANCE, POSTURE/BALANCE - MM TONE AND POSITIONING OF EXTREMITIES IN SPACE.
    *Responsible for "FINE TUNING MVMTS"
    *Controlls = ability to perform RAPID ALTERNATING MVMTS
    *Damage = IPSIOLATERAL IMPAIRMANTS

          

  5. Hypothalamus*LOCATION = TOP OF BRAINSTEM
    *RELAY/ PROCESSING STATION
    *Coordingates SENSORY PERCEPTION / MVMT.
    *∅ OLFACTORY.
    *THALMIC PAIN SYNDROME