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  1. Partial Removal of Frontal Lobe
    • Involves destruction of brain
    tissue in the frontal lobe
  2. • Relay station in brain
    • Processes most
    information to and from
    higher brain structures
    • Role in attention
    switching
  3. : Relative of botulism
    toxin (induces paralysis)
    - Sometimes used to treat
    muscle spasms
    - Commonly used for cosmetic
    purposes
  4. - Hearing (primary auditory
    cortex)
    - Speech comprehension
    (Wernicke's area)
  5. • Disorganized thinking
    • Disturbed perceptions
    - Psychosis
    • Inappropriate emotions and actions
  6. • Linked to emotion
    - Fear, aggression, anger
    - Recognition of facial
    emotion

5 True/False questions

  1. Frontal Lobe- Higher cognitive processes
    • Planning, judgment,
    decision-making, attention,
    impulse control, personality

          

  2. Parietal Lobe- Higher cognitive processes
    • Planning, judgment,
    decision-making, attention,
    impulse control, personality

          

  3. Hippocampus• Relay station in brain
    • Processes most
    information to and from
    higher brain structures
    • Role in attention
    switching

          

  4. Wernickle's Aphasia- Symptoms include:
    • Difficulty starting and stopping voluntary movements
    • Tremors at rest
    • Stooped posture
    • Rigidity
    • Poor balance

          

  5. Occipital Lobe- Processes spatial and sensory
    information (somatosensory
    cortex)