1. a 17 year old is sleeping and remembes a distinct dream: Pons, thalamus and cerebral cortex. Pons: The pons is associated in sleep paralysis, and also plays a role in generating dreams. Thalamus: relays signals from auditory, somatic, visceral and visual regions of the peripheral nervous system. Helps to see the dreams while you are sleeping. Cerebral Cortex: The cerebral cortex plays a key role in memory, attention, perceptual awareness, thought, language, and consciousness. Helps the 17 year old to memorize what they had dreamt of the previous night. 2.To do cognitive thinking; To remember and think of an answer quickly when a question is given: Cerebrum and Hippocampus Cerebrum: The cerebrum is the thinking part of the brain and it controls your voluntary muscles, ones that move when you want them to. Hippocampus: plays important roles in the understanding of information from short-term memory to long-term memory and navigation to places. 3. When underclassmen stress about their regents in June and start to panic: Amygdala, Pre-frontal lobes (frontal lobes) and Hypothalamus. Amygdala: Shown in research to perform a primary role in the processing of memory and emotional reactions. How underclassmen process their emotional reactions such as panicking and stressing out. Frontal Lobes: helps with reasoning, planning, parts of speech and emotions. Hypothalamus: The hypothalamus is associated with the "fight or flight" response. How you will react to a dangerous or stressful situation. How the underclassmen students will react to studying for several regents and how they will work under pressure. 4. When we have a conscious about something. If a 24 year old girl goes to a party and runs into a handsome 31 year old guy and he asks her back to her place, will her conscious tell her no or yes? Frontal lobes and Cerebrum Frontal lobes: Helps with reasoning. This part...
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