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  1. brains structure that modifies respiratory activity of medulla oblongata, relays info to cerebellum and sense/motor of cranial nerves for face and internal ear
  2. controls conscious thought, intellect, memory processing, complex skeletal muscle movement
  3. brain structure that processes visual and auditory sensations, somatic reflexes and maintains consciousness
  4. functions of cranial meninges
  5. prefrontal cortex
  1. a cerebrum
  2. b in frontal lobe, coordinates info from entire cortex, performs abstract thoughts
  3. c midbrain (superior part of brain stem)
  4. d pad and stabilize position of brain
  5. e pons (middle of brain stem)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. receives info from ALL sensory association areas. essential for personality, integrates info into complex visual and auditory memories
  2. 1-cushioning
    2-support (floats)
    3-transport nutrients, waste and chemical messengers
  3. diencephelon (thalamus and hypothalamus)
  4. layer of gray matter covering the cerebrum and cerebellum
  5. in occipital lobe of cerebrum, receives visual info

5 True/False questions

  1. relays sensory info to thalamus, contains auronomic centers for regulation of visceral function (HR, BP, RR, digestive, etc)blood-brain barrier

          

  2. functions of basal nuclei (in cerebrum)subconscious control of skeletal muscle tone and coordination of learned mvmt patterns

          

  3. the thalamus and the hypothalamus make up theADH and OXT (antidiuretic hormone and oxytocin)

          

  4. each cerebral hemisphere reveives info and sends info to the ___ side of the bodyopposite

          

  5. the prosencephalon, mesencephalon and rhombencephelon are the three ___ ___ ___brain stem