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    with one apical dendrite and multiple basal dendrites (Megias et al., 2001). The significant structures highlighted above would be examined and identified in the experiment using a light microscope and prepared slides of dog spinal cord, rat cerebral cortex, brain and…

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    It. situated between the cerebral cortex and midbrain. Its functions include relaying sensory and motor signals to the cerebral cortex. When designing lesson we need to focus more on engaging activities that encourage students to participate in discussions. For example, inviting students to share their ideas turns classroom discussion…

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    patterns of the upper motor neurons. The cerebellum receives its input from the spinal cord in form of mossy fibers that project from the pons and spinocerebellar pathways. Mossy fibers contribute the information necessary for the output from the motor cortex and sensory information about the state of the body. In addition, it also receives input from climbing fibers that project from the inferior olive, of which contribute information about the errors in movement. These climbing…

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    more advanced cognitive ability because of a “six-layered neocortex” (Brown, 2011, p. 325). Fish were believed to have a small paleocortex in their forebrain, therefore, structures such as the hippocampus, which is responsible for memory, the cerebral cortex, responsible for processing information, and the amygdala, which is responsible for conditioned learning would not be present in the telencephalon (Hines, 2016 April). However, recent studies have shown that the brain structures for fish are…

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    Music can improve an athlete 's performance, by changing the tension in their muscles. Listening to music helps to release muscle tension, which in turn improves the body’s movement and coordination (How Music Affects Us And Promotes Health). When the muscles are loose, the body can perform action with less difficulty. During the rehabilitation of people with movement disorders, music can “play an important role in developing, maintaining and, restoring physical functions (How Music Affects Us…

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    Cerebral Palsy

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    Cerebral Palsy is a disorder of the nervous system that is caused by abnormalities and damage to one or more specific areas of the brain. This damage occurs before, during, or immediately after birth when a child’s brain is developing. Research has determined what kind of brain and central nervous system damage occurs when someone has cerebral palsy as well as the symptoms that correlate with each injury and the effective treatment options to manage this chronic condition. Muscle coordination…

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    I believe, as a teacher, that all students should have the opportunity to explore and develop themselves as musicians. This could happen through formal teacher instruction. Music being taught in schools can help two ways. It can create an appreciation for music and help the students form their own type of music which they identify with. The students musical identity can be developed through processes such as performance and academic study. The goal of music education is to produce strong…

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    Basal Ganglia

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    Walking is assisted by the brain, spinal cord, muscles, reflexes and receptors. The act of walking begins from brain and spinal cord which is the planning on how to walk. More precisely, it starts from the cerebral cortex. Cerebral cortex is the region of decision-making and it initiates voluntary response, in this case, the act of walking. Basal ganglia are also responsible for voluntary locomotion. It requires the knowledge of the body’s position in space (where am I walking to) and what…

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    State projection of Layer V of the Primary Somatosensory Cortex (1pt) Layer V projects to the dorsal column nuclei, as well as to the dorsal horn of the spinal cord; and to the striatum and brain stem in general. 15. What is the pathway of the projections of the Secondary Somatosensory Cortex (SII)? (1pts) Projects to the Insula which then projects to amygdala and hippocampus. 16. How the chemicals which released during tissue…

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    Why do children we all once loves so dear, become cold hardened criminals and later delinquents?.The truth is, a host of issues contribute to antisocial and criminal behavior. Sometimes, things happen that a mother cannot help. Emergencies during pregnancy or delivery may cause the doctor to have to perform an emergency extraction of some type to the fetus. Surprise! such a procedure may make the young newborns susceptible to antisocial personality. In add to birth complications, unfortunate…

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