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Lobe that controls emotions
Frontal
Lobe that controls judgements
Frontal
Lobe that controls motor aspects of speech
Frontal
Lobe that controls voluntary muscle movement
Frontal
Lobe that is responsible for touch
Parietal
Lobe that is responsible for proprioception
Parietal
Lobe that is responsible for temperature
Parietal
Lobe that is responsible for pain
Parietal
Lobe that is responsible for auditory and language
Temporal
Lobe that is the center for visual information
Occipital
Lobe that is responsible for the coordination of muscle function
Cerebellum
Lobe that is responsible for the respiratory and cardiac center
Brainstem
Lobe that contains the nerve pathways to the brain
Brainstem
Lobe that integrates and relays sensory information from the face, retina, cochlea, and taste receptors
Thalmus
Lobe that contains the thalamus, subthalamus, and hypothalamus
Diencephalon
controls the autonomic nervous system and the neuroendocrine systems
Hypothalamus
maintains body homeostasis
Hypothalamus
helps regulate body temperature
Hypothalamus
Helps regulate appetite control
Hypothalamus
Thirst center
Hypothalamus
Sleeping cycle of the brain
Hypothalamus
Controls hormone secretions
Hypothalamus
fight or flight system
sympathetic
what does the sympathetic nervous system do?
dilates pupils, elevates heart and respiratory rate, sweating, epinephrine and norepinephrine secretion, increases BP, constricts skin and abdominal arterioles
what does the parasympathetic nervous system do?
constricts pupils, decreases HR and BP respirations, increases peristalsis, secretes acetylcholine, relaxes the skin and abdominal muscles