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Cerebrum
top wrinkly part of the brain on top; 80% of your brain
Cerebrum
top wrinkly part of the brain on top; 80% of your brain
Longitudinal fissure
Big grooves on the brain
Longitudinal fissure
Big grooves on the brain
Lateral Fissure
Divides cerebrum and one hemisphere into four sections: temporal,frontal,occipital,parietal
Lateral Fissure
Divides cerebrum and one hemisphere into four sections: temporal,frontal,occipital,parietal
Contralateral
right hem-controls left side body and vice versa
Motor Neurons
brain to the muscles
Contralateral
right hem-controls left side body and vice versa
Sensory
Nerves going to the brain
Motor Neurons
brain to the muscles
Somato Sensory
touch from body to the brain
Sensory
Nerves going to the brain
Plasticity
concept that your b rain can change with experiene (best when you are very young)*not very hard to learn new things ie:languages
Somato Sensory
touch from body to the brain
Confabulation
hemispheres make up answers for what you do
Plasticity
concept that your b rain can change with experiene (best when you are very young)*not very hard to learn new things ie:languages
Broccas Area
pronouncing words, grammar, damage to broccas area: Brocca Afasia (problems with pronouncing words and grammar)
Confabulation
hemispheres make up answers for what you do
Vernia Afasia
trouble understanding what people are saying, can't understand sentances..alot of "ers" and "ums"
Broccas Area
pronouncing words, grammar, damage to broccas area: Brocca Afasia (problems with pronouncing words and grammar)
Neurons
cell (basic unit of living things) "communication". They are like a switch (- or +). Vary in size and shape
Vernia Afasia
trouble understanding what people are saying, can't understand sentances..alot of "ers" and "ums"
Nervous System
wires in body that connect every-thing inyour body so you can communicate
Neurons
cell (basic unit of living things) "communication". They are like a switch (- or +). Vary in size and shape
Axons
carry electrical signals from one place to another
Nervous System
wires in body that connect every-thing inyour body so you can communicate
Vesicles
have chemicals in them which send messages to other neurons
Axons
carry electrical signals from one place to another
Vesicles
have chemicals in them which send messages to other neurons