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  1. limbic system
  2. visual association area
  3. auditory association area
  4. brain structure that processes visual and auditory sensations, somatic reflexes and maintains consciousness
  5. visual cortex
  1. a midbrain (superior part of brain stem)
  2. b monitors visual cortex and interprets results (visual cortex allows you to see a string of letters, association area processes them allowing you to read)
  3. c motivational system, responsible for emotional states and behavioral drives and learning
  4. d monitors auditory cortex and processes the info
  5. e in occipital lobe of cerebrum, receives visual info

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. midbrain
  2. cerebrum
  3. 1-cushioning
    2-support (floats)
    3-transport nutrients, waste and chemical messengers
  4. based on attachement point on brain moving anterior to posterior (CN I is most anterior and CN XII is the most posterior)
  5. cerebrum

5 True/False questions

  1. functions of cranial meninges1-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

          

  2. functions of Lt hemisphere of cerebrumLogic, analytics, math, speech, reading, writing, decision-making

          

  3. isolates neural tissue from general circulationblood-brain barrier

          

  4. locations that the blood-brain barrier is incomplete (mostly for hormone secretion/interaction)hypothalamus, pituitary gland, pineal gland and choroid plexus

          

  5. neural cortexin occipital lobe of cerebrum, receives visual info