Neurophys lecture 3

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  1. Hippocampal formation mainly deals with __________
    Memory
  2. Amygdala mainly deals with______________
    Taste aversion, fear
  3. Folds of the cerebellum are known as _______________
    Folia
  4. What structures link the L and R Hemispheres?
    • Corpus Callosum
    • Ant Commisure
    • Post Commisure
  5. _____________ is the primary taste region of the brain
    Insula cortex deep to the lateral sulcus
  6. ______________ is the primary auditory region of the brain
    Transverse temporal gyrus
  7. ____________ is the primary visual cortex of the brain
    Calcarine Sulcus
  8. _______, _________, and __________ are the principal structures that make up basal ganglia
    • Caudate nucleus
    • Putamen
    • Globus pallidus
  9. The _____________ circuit is involved with motor control
    Basal Ganglia
  10. __________, _____________, ____________, and ____________ compose the limbic system
    Hippocampal formation, cingulate gyrus, amygdala, Mammillary bodies
  11. __________ is a set of interconnected structures involved with emotions and the processing of some types of memory.
    Limbic System
  12. Diencephalon is composed of ?
    Thalamus, Hypothalamus, and associated pituitary gland
  13. Thalamus is composed of ?
    20 Nuclei that projects into a specific cerebral area.
  14. The Thalamus recieves input from ?
    each sensory system
  15. The Thalamus acts as a what?
    a gateway for sensory info traveling to the cerebral cortex.
  16. Hypothalamus controls what?
    Body's production of hormones by interacting with the pituitary gland
  17. Tectum is
    the roof of the midbrain
  18. ____________ and ___________ make up the Tectum
    Superior and inferior colliculi
  19. Colliculi function:
    Process sensory input and produce movement related to sensory input..... EX hear a sound and look to see what it is
  20. Pons forms the ___________ of the __________.
    Floor of the 4th ventricle
  21. The ___________ is the floor of the midbrain
    Tegmentum
  22. Within the Midbrain is the _________________ which is involved in controlling limb movements.
    Red nucleus
  23. Reticular formation is important why?
    Sleep, arousal c cole's mom, muscle tone and movement during sleep.
  24. Substania Nigra
    • deteriorates c parkinsons disease
    • contains major dopamine nuclei
  25. _____________ surrounds the cerebral aqueduct and is sensitive to ___________
    Periaqueductal grey area , opiates
  26. Where does the Olive's sit?
    L & R side Lateral to the pyramidal tract of the medulla oblongata....... Colonel Sanders is Wrong
  27. ______________ is the spot where axons cross in the medulla
    Pyramidal decussation
  28. The pyramids of the medulla and separated by
    Anterior midline fissure
  29. Vermis is ?
    a narrow portion (centrally located) of the cerebellum
  30. Spinocerebellum consists of ?
    Vermis and intermediate hemispheres
  31. Cerbrocerebellum consists of ?
    Lateral hemisphere
  32. Vestibulo-cerebellum consists of
    floculo-nodular lobe
  33. Spinocerebellum's function is?
    Control of limbs and trunk
  34. Cerebrocerebellum's function is?
    planning of movement
  35. Floculo-nodular lobe's function?
    Control of eye and head movement and balance
  36. Cerebellar function is?
    • Comparison of intent and action (errors) and generates corrective signals
    • Motor learning and adaption

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