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Neuroscience Limbic System
limbic system
What are the components of the limbic…
Where is the uncus and perihippocampal…
What are the limbic connections?
A group of neural structures at the base of the cerebral hemi…
-Subcollosal gyrus... -Cingulate gyrus + isthmus of cingulate... -h…
The temporal lobe inferior surface
- Frontal cortex/thalamus... - Prefromtal lobe and hippocampus... -…
limbic system
A group of neural structures at the base of the cerebral hemi…
What are the components of the limbic…
-Subcollosal gyrus... -Cingulate gyrus + isthmus of cingulate... -h…
Behavioral Neuroscience- Limbic System
amygdala
hippocampus
anterior cingulate cortex
posterior cingulate cortex
fear, threat detection, excitement and arousal... -connections i…
spatial info processing... forming new long-term declarative mem…
decision making, error detection, emotion, anticipation of re…
eye movement, spatial observation, memory ... -affected early in…
amygdala
fear, threat detection, excitement and arousal... -connections i…
hippocampus
spatial info processing... forming new long-term declarative mem…
Basic Neuroscience: Limbic System
major funciton of the limbic lobe
perforant pathway
fimbria fornix pathway
commisural connections
modulate the hypothalamus
Hippocampus is reciprocally connected to the entorhinal corte…
Hippocampus is also reciprocally connected to the septum, tha…
-Neuronal connections made between neurons in two hippocampus
major funciton of the limbic lobe
modulate the hypothalamus
perforant pathway
Hippocampus is reciprocally connected to the entorhinal corte…
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Neuroscience-limbic system
Visceral brain
Components of the limbic system
Temporal lobe-inferior surface
Limbic connections-frontal cortex & th…
Emotion... Motivation ... Learning... Memory
Subcallosal gyrus... Cingulate gyrus +isthmus... Hippocampus/parahi…
Uncus... Parahippocampal gyrus
Emotion, motivation for survival behaviors
Visceral brain
Emotion... Motivation ... Learning... Memory
Components of the limbic system
Subcallosal gyrus... Cingulate gyrus +isthmus... Hippocampus/parahi…
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Neuroscience: Limbic system
6 major structures that form the limbi…
7 functions of limbic system
Stress response created by
5 minutes after initial stress, the pi…
- Cingulate gyrus... - Subcallosal gyrus... - Parahippocampal gyrus…
- Emotions: behavioral expression of emotions... - Learning... - Me…
Somatic response: to increase muscle tension... Autonomic respon…
Adrenocorticotropic hormone causing the release of cortisol f…
6 major structures that form the limbi…
- Cingulate gyrus... - Subcallosal gyrus... - Parahippocampal gyrus…
7 functions of limbic system
- Emotions: behavioral expression of emotions... - Learning... - Me…
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Neuroscience - Limbic System
Describe the cingulate gyrus
Describe the parahippocampal gyrus
Describe the orbitofrontal cortex
Describe the hippocampal formation
location medial structure dorsal to corpus callosum. Contin…
location most medial gyrus of temporal lobe. Continuous wit…
location ventral surface of frontal cortex. ... structure ha…
location medial temporal lobes deep to parahippocampal gyru…
Describe the cingulate gyrus
location medial structure dorsal to corpus callosum. Contin…
Describe the parahippocampal gyrus
location most medial gyrus of temporal lobe. Continuous wit…
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neuroscience limbic system for final
What are the functions of the limbic s…
What cortical structure is superior to…
What cortical structure is the continu…
The cortex that overlies the hippocamp…
1. drive... 2. motivation... 3. emotion... 4. memory... 5. emotional lear…
cingulate gyrus
Subcallosal gyrus
Parahippocampal gyrus
What are the functions of the limbic s…
1. drive... 2. motivation... 3. emotion... 4. memory... 5. emotional lear…
What cortical structure is superior to…
cingulate gyrus
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Neuroscience (Limbic System)
What are the 4 basic categories of lim…
What syndrome is classified by the fol…
What syndrome occurs with removal of t…
What are the 6 structures of the limbi…
1. Homeostatic function... 2. Olfaction... 3. Memory... 4. Emotion/Drive
Kluver-Bucy Syndrome
Kluver-Bucy Syndrome
1. Orbital and medial prefrontal cortex... 2. Amygdala... 3. Septal…
What are the 4 basic categories of lim…
1. Homeostatic function... 2. Olfaction... 3. Memory... 4. Emotion/Drive
What syndrome is classified by the fol…
Kluver-Bucy Syndrome
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Hypothalamus and Limbic System - Neuroscience
epithalamus ... thalamus... hypothalamus... sub…
motivated/stereotyped behavior
homeostasis and regulation
3rd
what are the four components of the diencephalon
behavior associated with feeding, fighting, flight, finding a…
what are the two major functions of the hypothalamus
which ventricle is central to the hypothalamus
epithalamus ... thalamus... hypothalamus... sub…
what are the four components of the diencephalon
motivated/stereotyped behavior
behavior associated with feeding, fighting, flight, finding a…
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Neuroscience - Ch. 18 (Limbic System)
Limbic System:... 4 Main FXNs?
Limbic System:... What is "HOME"?
Limbic System:... What 2 brain structures…
Limbic System:... As a general rule, limb…
1. Olfaction... 2. Memory... 3. Emotions & Drives... 4. Homeostasis FX…
1. Homeostasis... 2. Olfaction... 3. Memory... 4. Emotion... (Isn't that…
1. Cerebral Cortex... 2. Diencephalon
1. Sensory Systems: one or more, either directly or indirectl…
Limbic System:... 4 Main FXNs?
1. Olfaction... 2. Memory... 3. Emotions & Drives... 4. Homeostasis FX…
Limbic System:... What is "HOME"?
1. Homeostasis... 2. Olfaction... 3. Memory... 4. Emotion... (Isn't that…
Neuroscience- Olfactory and Limbic Systems
Olfactory System
Olfactory pathway
Uncus
Entorhinal area
does not project to the Thalamus- only has 2 neurons, no decu…
Nasal cavity... Cranial cavity... Olfactory bulb... Olfactory tract... -d…
Primary olfactory cortex
Olfactory association cortex
Olfactory System
does not project to the Thalamus- only has 2 neurons, no decu…
Olfactory pathway
Nasal cavity... Cranial cavity... Olfactory bulb... Olfactory tract... -d…
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Limbic System - Neuroscience Test 4
limbic system
hippocampal formation
septal area
amygdala
Group of subcortical and cortical structures associated with…
Deep cortical structure situated in the medial aspect of the…
Limbic structure representing a major relay nucleus of the hi…
Deep cortical structure situated in the medial temporal lobe…
limbic system
Group of subcortical and cortical structures associated with…
hippocampal formation
Deep cortical structure situated in the medial aspect of the…
Neuroscience Unit 8 Limbic System
Amnesia
Anterograde
Retrograde
Antero
The inability to recall memories
Inability to create new memories
Inability to recall events that happened before the onset of…
New
Amnesia
The inability to recall memories
Anterograde
Inability to create new memories
Neuroscience Ch. 18 Limbic System
where is the limbic system located in…
olfaction key structure
memory key structure
emotions and drive key stucture
medially and ventrally
olfactory cortex
hippocampal formation
amygdala
where is the limbic system located in…
medially and ventrally
olfaction key structure
olfactory cortex
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Neuroscience Midterm 3 - Limbic System
what does the limbic system control?
where is the limbic system?
5 elements of the limbic system
controls emotions, fear
mood, motivation, emotions, movement
interconnected network of structures (not necessarily near ea…
amygdala, hippocampus, prefrontal cortex/cingulate gyrus, ant…
amygdala
what does the limbic system control?
mood, motivation, emotions, movement
where is the limbic system?
interconnected network of structures (not necessarily near ea…
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UTH Neuroscience Block 4 Limbic System: Hippocampus
What is the hippocampal formation comp…
What is the cornu ammonis?
The fornix splits at the _______ commi…
The precommissural branch of the forni…
The dentate gyrus, the hippocampus proper, and the subicular…
It is another name for the hippocampus and it is where the 'C…
Anterior commissure; precommissural and postcommissural fornix
1. Septal nuclei... 2. Preoptic nuclei... 3. Ventral striatum... 4. Or…
What is the hippocampal formation comp…
The dentate gyrus, the hippocampus proper, and the subicular…
What is the cornu ammonis?
It is another name for the hippocampus and it is where the 'C…
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Neuroscience Exam 4 Limbic System I
The limbic system controls;
The Fornix connects the __________ to…
Monoaminergic Axons produce;
NE is produced in the;
Mood, motivation and movement
Hippocampus, mammillary bodies
NE, SA, and DA
Locus Cereuleus of the Pons
The limbic system controls;
Mood, motivation and movement
The Fornix connects the __________ to…
Hippocampus, mammillary bodies
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UTH Neuroscience Block 4 Limbic System: Hippocampus
What is the hippocampal formation comp…
What is the cornu ammonis?
The fornix splits at the _______ commi…
The precommissural branch of the forni…
The dentate gyrus, the hippocampus proper, and the subicular…
It is another name for the hippocampus and it is where the 'C…
Anterior commissure; precommissural and postcommissural fornix
1. Septal nuclei... 2. Preoptic nuclei... 3. Ventral striatum... 4. Or…
What is the hippocampal formation comp…
The dentate gyrus, the hippocampus proper, and the subicular…
What is the cornu ammonis?
It is another name for the hippocampus and it is where the 'C…
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Neuroscience Exam 4 Limbic System II
Schizophrenia is characterized by;
The most probable cause of schizophren…
What are the 3 major types of symptoms…
Positive symptoms of schizophrenia inc…
fragmented moods and motivations
Excess DA
Positive (active), Negative (passive), and cognitive dysfunct…
Hallucinations, and delusions
Schizophrenia is characterized by;
fragmented moods and motivations
The most probable cause of schizophren…
Excess DA
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Block 3 Neuroscience 3: Limbic System
What is the function of the limbic sys…
Where is the limbic lobe located?
What are the parts of the limbic system?
What is the function of the hippocampus?
Regulation of drive and affective behavior, as well as a role…
Around the corpus callosum, adjacent to the parahippocampal g…
The hippocampus, the amygdala, the mammillary bodies, the ant…
To form new memories.
What is the function of the limbic sys…
Regulation of drive and affective behavior, as well as a role…
Where is the limbic lobe located?
Around the corpus callosum, adjacent to the parahippocampal g…
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Neuroscience Block III - Hippocampus and Amygdala: Limbic System
Mammillary bodies
Anterior thalamic nucleus
Cingulate gyrus
hippocampal gyrus
-Hippocampal formation connects to this via the fornix
-mammillary bodies connect to this via the mammillothalamic t…
-anterior thalamic nucleus connects to this via the thalamoco…
-cingulate gyrus connects to this via the cingulum
Mammillary bodies
-Hippocampal formation connects to this via the fornix
Anterior thalamic nucleus
-mammillary bodies connect to this via the mammillothalamic t…
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UTH Neuroscience Block 4 Limbic System: Amygdala
What is the general function of the am…
Where do the major outputs of the amyg…
True or false: in the amygdala, input…
Where does the amygdala receive viscer…
The amygdala associates sensory, somatosensory, and visceral…
The central, medial, and basolateral nuclei.
True!
The hypothalamus, septal area, orbital cortex, and parabrachi…
What is the general function of the am…
The amygdala associates sensory, somatosensory, and visceral…
Where do the major outputs of the amyg…
The central, medial, and basolateral nuclei.
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UTH Neuroscience Block 4 Limbic System: Amygdala
the general location of the limbic sys…
What is the general function of the am…
Where do the major outputs of the amyg…
True or false: in the amygdala, input…
temporal
The amygdala associates sensory, somatosensory, and visceral…
The central, medial, and basolateral nuclei.
True!
the general location of the limbic sys…
temporal
What is the general function of the am…
The amygdala associates sensory, somatosensory, and visceral…
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Hypothalamus & Limbic System: Neuroscience 2 Final Exam
Which 3 systems does the hypothalamus…
What are the 5 major functions of the…
What are the functions of the two regi…
Hypothalamus afferent fibers
Major control center for homeostasis by regulation of autonom…
-Control of blood pressure... -Regulation of body temperature... -R…
Medial region --> involved with satiation... Lateral region -->…
-Hippocampohypothalamic fibers (fornix)... -Amygdalohypothalamic…
Which 3 systems does the hypothalamus…
Major control center for homeostasis by regulation of autonom…
What are the 5 major functions of the…
-Control of blood pressure... -Regulation of body temperature... -R…
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Neuroscience E3 Limbic System and ANS
What are the four basic categories of…
what is the limbic function of the olf…
what is the limbic function of the hip…
what is the limbic function of the Amy…
1) Homeostasis... 2) Olfactory... 3) Memory... 4) Emotion
Olfaction
Memory
Emotions and drives
What are the four basic categories of…
1) Homeostasis... 2) Olfactory... 3) Memory... 4) Emotion
what is the limbic function of the olf…
Olfaction
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UTH Neuroscience Block 4 Limbic System: Amygdala
What is the general function of the am…
Where do the major outputs of the amyg…
Medial nucleus outputs connect to...
Central nucleus outputs connect to...
The amygdala associates sensory, somatosensory, and visceral…
The central, medial, and basolateral nuclei.
anterior olfactory nucleus and some areas of the... temporal lob…
the ventral-medial and lateral nuclei of the hypothalamus and…
What is the general function of the am…
The amygdala associates sensory, somatosensory, and visceral…
Where do the major outputs of the amyg…
The central, medial, and basolateral nuclei.
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UTH Neuroscience Block 4 Limbic System: Hippocampus
What is the hippocampal formation comp…
What is the cornu ammonis?
The fornix splits at the _______ commi…
The precommissural branch of the forni…
The dentate gyrus, the hippocampus proper, and the subicular…
It is another name for the hippocampus and it is where the 'C…
Anterior commissure; precommissural and postcommissural fornix
1. Septal nuclei... 2. Preoptic nuclei... 3. Ventral striatum... 4. Or…
What is the hippocampal formation comp…
The dentate gyrus, the hippocampus proper, and the subicular…
What is the cornu ammonis?
It is another name for the hippocampus and it is where the 'C…
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Block 3 Neuroscience 3: Limbic System
What is the function of the limbic sys…
Where is the limbic lobe located?
What are the parts of the limbic system?
What is the function of the hippocampus?
Regulation of drive and affective behavior, as well as a role…
Around the corpus callosum, adjacent to the parahippocampal g…
The hippocampus, the amygdala, the mammillary bodies, the ant…
To form new memories.
What is the function of the limbic sys…
Regulation of drive and affective behavior, as well as a role…
Where is the limbic lobe located?
Around the corpus callosum, adjacent to the parahippocampal g…
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Neuroscience Lecture 11: Limbic System and Autonomic Nervous System
perception
feeling
behavior
emotion is a subjective experience bec…
context is evaluated.
autonomic nervous system and subjective, psychological system
emotional response
it is difficult to operationally define
perception
context is evaluated.
feeling
autonomic nervous system and subjective, psychological system
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Neuroscience: Exam2 Lecture7: Olfaction, limbic system, hippocampus
1st Bulb Tract Cortex
Cribriform Sarcoidosis
VII IX X
Solitary Nucleus Parabrachial Thalamus…
Olfactory receptors are ___ order neurons. They are UNmyelina…
Head trauma may damage olfaction by causing shear injury to t…
Taste is a combination of multiple sensations, sweet sour sal…
All first order neurons for the taste sensation converge on t…
1st Bulb Tract Cortex
Olfactory receptors are ___ order neurons. They are UNmyelina…
Cribriform Sarcoidosis
Head trauma may damage olfaction by causing shear injury to t…
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limbic system
oldest part of the brain
Limbic system is the source for what a…
Cortical, diencephalon, and brainstem
Behavior requires
limbic system which is complex and located deep in the core
source for human emotions before frontal lobe modulates, and…
incorporated to help shape behavior
Sensory system to deliver the input, Motor system to provide…
oldest part of the brain
limbic system which is complex and located deep in the core
Limbic system is the source for what a…
source for human emotions before frontal lobe modulates, and…
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Limbic System
Hippocampus
Associative learning vs Explicit memory
The ______ is the major output pathway…
PET and fMRI studies also suggest the…
A curved forebrain structure that is part of the limbic syste…
Amygdala (A) - Associative; Explicit - Hippocampus... associativ…
hypothalamus
temporal
Hippocampus
A curved forebrain structure that is part of the limbic syste…
Associative learning vs Explicit memory
Amygdala (A) - Associative; Explicit - Hippocampus... associativ…
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Limbic System
Cingulate Gyrus
Fornix
Hippocampus
Hypothalamus
a fold in the brain involved with sensory input concerning em…
an arching, fibrous band of nerve fibers that connect the hip…
a tiny nub that acts as a memory indexer; sending memories ou…
about the size of a peral, this structure directs a multitude…
Cingulate Gyrus
a fold in the brain involved with sensory input concerning em…
Fornix
an arching, fibrous band of nerve fibers that connect the hip…
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Limbic System
What is the Limbic System?
Structures involved
Survival of a Species
The Players of the Limbic System... Dienc…
Consists of 4 structures that overly 4 functions... - anatomic s…
- Hypothalamus -> Homeostasis... - Olfactory cortex -> Olfaction…
Functions are "ancient"- the limbic system is the evolutionar…
1) Hypothalamus & it's Nuclei... 2) Nuclei in the Thalamus... 3) Nu…
What is the Limbic System?
Consists of 4 structures that overly 4 functions... - anatomic s…
Structures involved
- Hypothalamus -> Homeostasis... - Olfactory cortex -> Olfaction…
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Neuroscience Exam II: Misc. from ANS/Limbic System
Complete the Papez Circuit:... Parahippoc…
The ANS is the __________________ comp…
The ANS is considered vegetative becau…
What influence does the ANS have on th…
hippocampus, fornix, cingulate gyrus
general visceral efferent (GVE)
controls nutritive function
coordinates peristalsis, influences digestion
Complete the Papez Circuit:... Parahippoc…
hippocampus, fornix, cingulate gyrus
The ANS is the __________________ comp…
general visceral efferent (GVE)
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Limbic system
anterior commissure
association cortex, entorhinal cortex,…
hippocampus
amygdala
connects amydalas
Papez circuit of memory
main area of memory formation
main area of emotional response
anterior commissure
connects amydalas
association cortex, entorhinal cortex,…
Papez circuit of memory
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Limbic System
limbic system consists of
amygdala anatomy
nuclei of amygdala
medial nuclei of amygdala
cingulate cortex, parahippocampal gyro, hippocampus, amygdala…
appears just before the 3rd ventricle, superior to the hippoc…
medial, central, basolateral
interconnected with the olfactory system
limbic system consists of
cingulate cortex, parahippocampal gyro, hippocampus, amygdala…
amygdala anatomy
appears just before the 3rd ventricle, superior to the hippoc…
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Limbic System
Homeostasis... Olfaction... Memory... Emotion
Olfactory Cortex... Hippocampal Formation…
parahippocampal gyrus... cingulate gyrus…
parahippocampal gyrus... cingulate gyrus…
Four basic categories of Function of the limbic cortex
Match the following limbic functions to its corresponding key…
main components of the limbic system
components of the limbic cortex
Homeostasis... Olfaction... Memory... Emotion
Four basic categories of Function of the limbic cortex
Olfactory Cortex... Hippocampal Formation…
Match the following limbic functions to its corresponding key…
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Limbic System
The limbic system is involved with wha…
The limbic system is located on the (m…
What are the major cortical structures…
What are the major cortical structures…
emotional behavior and cognitive processes
medial aspect of telencephalon
"limbic lobe": ... septal area (subcallosal and paraterminal gyr…
Amygdala... Hypothalamus (mammillary bodies)... Thalamus (anterior…
The limbic system is involved with wha…
emotional behavior and cognitive processes
The limbic system is located on the (m…
medial aspect of telencephalon
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Limbic System
Describe the functions of the limbic s…
fornix
nucleus accumbens
List the pathways that make up Papez c…
participates in complex and interrelated behaviors like learn…
starts and ends in the hippocampus
Describe the functions of the limbic s…
participates in complex and interrelated behaviors like learn…
fornix
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limbic system
cingulate gyrus
hippocampus
hypothalamus
anterior group of thalamic nuclei
cingulate gyrus
hippocampus
Limbic System
Inputs of the hippocampus
Outputs of the hippocampus
How does the hippocampus function?
Anterograde Amnesia
cingulate cortex, septal nuclei, hypothalamus, amygdala, fron…
When an information is important to remember, the hippocampus…
Injury of the hippocampus results in loss of short term memor…
Inputs of the hippocampus
cingulate cortex, septal nuclei, hypothalamus, amygdala, fron…
Outputs of the hippocampus
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Limbic System
what are the tiers of the brain?
what does the brainstem regulate?
what does the middle tier do?
upper tier
lower tier - brainstem + cerebellum... middle tier - thalamus, b…
arousal, autonomic function and internal states
modulates emotion and memory and helps control... speed of movem…
higher level sensory processing and... motor control, complex th…
what are the tiers of the brain?
lower tier - brainstem + cerebellum... middle tier - thalamus, b…
what does the brainstem regulate?
arousal, autonomic function and internal states
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Limbic System
Hippocampus
Thalamus
Amygdala
Pons
involved in learning and memory, connected to amygdala, thala…
relay system which links information from senses to cerebral…
regulates emotion, connected to basal ganglia, septum, hippoc…
involved in sleeping, dreaming, walking, relays information f…
Hippocampus
involved in learning and memory, connected to amygdala, thala…
Thalamus
relay system which links information from senses to cerebral…
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the limbic system
where is the limbic system located
what are the main 2 structures of the…
where is the amygdala located
role of the amygdala
medial surface of the cerebral hemisphere bordering the corpu…
hippocampus (important for memory) ... amygdala (amygdaloid nucl…
near the dorsomedial tip of the temporal lobe
association of stimulus with emotional response
where is the limbic system located
medial surface of the cerebral hemisphere bordering the corpu…
what are the main 2 structures of the…
hippocampus (important for memory) ... amygdala (amygdaloid nucl…
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Limbic System
Limbic system
Structures:... Mamillothalamic tract... Forn…
Association cortex
Cingulate gyrus
Set of anatomic structures that form a ring along the medial…
Borders:... Top corpus callous and cingulate cyrus... Bottom: tempo…
integrates across different somatosensory system and ties tog…
Helps process emotion and connects parts of the limbic system
Limbic system
Set of anatomic structures that form a ring along the medial…
Structures:... Mamillothalamic tract... Forn…
Borders:... Top corpus callous and cingulate cyrus... Bottom: tempo…
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Neuroscience Limbic Lecture
Olfactory Cortex
Hippocampal Formation
Emotions and drives
Homeostasis; autonomic and neurendocri…
Olfaction
Memory
Amygdala
Hypothalamus
Olfactory Cortex
Olfaction
Hippocampal Formation
Memory
16 terms
The Limbic System
Limbic structures
Main function?
Main function: parts... Regulates?... Sets…
What is the Limbic system referred to?…
- Controls functions necessary for self-preservation and spec…
- autonomic and endocrine function... - level of arousal and in…
- primitive or "feeling and reacting brain"... - 2-3 yr old or…
Limbic structures
Main function?
- Controls functions necessary for self-preservation and spec…
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Limbic system
amygdala
hippocampus
hypothalamus
medulla
Part of the limbic system, responsible for the emotional reac…
involved in the storage of new information in memory
involved in emotions and drives vital to survival such as fea…
Brain stem: controls automatic like breathing and heart pumping
amygdala
Part of the limbic system, responsible for the emotional reac…
hippocampus
involved in the storage of new information in memory
5 terms
Limbic System
corpus callosum
limbic system
thalamus
hippocampus
wide band of neural fibers that connects the two hemispheres…
a group of structures located beneath the cerebral cortex tha…
subcortical structure that relays incoming sensory informatio…
structure in the limbic system important in processing memories
corpus callosum
wide band of neural fibers that connects the two hemispheres…
limbic system
a group of structures located beneath the cerebral cortex tha…
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