The Parietal lobe houses the ______ _______ which is known as the _______ _______ ______ and is responsible for somatic sensation perception. These sensations are recognized by the _______ _______ _______, also located in the parietal lobe.
Primary Sensory Cortex
sensory association cortex
The occipital lobe contains the:
Primary and secondary visual cortical areas
The temporal lobe serves in (5):
audition, memory, comprehension of spoken and written language, olfaction & thought collaboration
The basal ganglia are composed of:
The basal ganglia regulates:
cortical output processing
Damage to the basal ganglia can result in (3):
The Diencephalon is composed of:
Damage to the Basal Ganglia can result in (symptoms):
Involuntary movements, difficulty initiation movement and alterations in muscle tone
The basal ganglia project information from the _____ by way of the ______
The thalamus relays and processes mostly ______ information and integrates some ______ information.
The thalamus is not responsible for processing information from the _______, one of the only sensory functions it does not process.
Damage to the thalamus can result in ____________ which is associated with ____________ ___________. It's main symptoms are wild, flinging movements, quick jerks, and tics
The hypothalamus controls 4 main areas:
Endocrine (hormone production)
The Hypothalamus controls specific functions like:
body temp, blood volume, food/water intake, body mass, reproduction, regulation of cicardian rhythms, drive and emotion
The cerebellum contributes to the __________ and __________ and ___________ of skilled motor activity. But does not directly _________ movement.
maintenance, equilibrium and coordination, initiate