The basic parts of the structure of the brain and the functions of these parts.
Involved in regulation of emotions and bodily functions such as hunger, thirst, growth, pleasure/pain and body temperature. Connects the nervous system with the endocrine system.
Regulates sleep, arousal, breathing, and coordinates some muscle movements.
Regulates your life support systems, such as your heart rate, blood pressure and breathing.
Coordinates movement, involved in speech, language, learning, and memory.
A bridge of 100 millions nerve fibres that link the two cerebral hemispheres.
(Surface of cerebrum) Your thinking brain; The largest part of the brain, made up of the two hemispheres.
Includes Cerebrum, Cerebral Cortex, Thalamus, and Hypothalamus.
Takes up about 2% of the brains volume. Continuation of the spinal cord, it consists of the cerebellum, medulla oblongata, and pons.
Tiny brain structures made up of about 20,000 neurons located in the hypothalamus. It is a biological clock controlling the cardiac rythm throughout a 24 hour period.
Involved in memory, controlling emotions, decision making, motivation, and learning.
A network of fibres and cell bodies in the central core of the brainstem and extending through the hindbrain and midbrain. It can be considered as a network of neurons that open and close to de/in crease the amount of imformation that gets in/out of the brain.
Tiny Structure that relays information between the body and brain.
Area of the brainstem able to transfer imformation between short and long term memory.
Emotional centre of the brain, Processes primal feelings such as fear or rage. Also involved in emotional memories.
Part of the brain at the top of the brainstem. Passes sensory information between key areas in the brain for processing.