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X B L A L M D D W F L S C T P S N I O A

E U G O A F P U W I R U S V A J W G O M

T Z V F K D R A I T E P U E O V V H C Y

R T G P B M H H Y E H M R H C P V O C G

O Y C J C O R P U S C A L L O S U M I D

C V T E T S U G V E N C Y P T M F A P A

Y F K G R U U L H O N O R E Z H S O I L

R Y V Z G E Q M I N W P M D Y H V T T A

O U W X D X B T A P N P C Y G E R P A P

S F K V D C A R D L O I F D B I J D L K

N H E X S I E U A R A H T O F Y V T L L

E C G Y C M M R A L B H L F Y H G V O N

S N U O S Q A L E A C L T I I S V M B C

O K S H Y Q L T C B A O J O I C Z E E W

T S W E B O L L A T E I R A P V N R H F

A B A O B Q M Z N Z I L J T N Y E C J T

M H G E P A X O G E U L L N E B H E W D

O U M O T O R C O R T E X U R X L T L H

S W A I T F N I T V P J S U M A L A H T

J B Z G R M T B F C G S M C F X A S D B

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1. The part of the brain located in the temporal lobe that is responsible for our emotional response.

The amygdala also performs a primary role in the processing and memory of emotional reactions and social and sexual behaviour, as well as regulating the sense of smell.

2. The portion of the brain involved in intricate cognitive functioning. ___________________

The cerebellum plays an important role in balance, motor control, but is also involved in some cognitive functions such as attention, language, emotional functions (such as regulating fear and pleasure responses) and in the processing of procedural memories.

3. A part of the brain that belongs to the limbic system and is responsible for processing new memories.

The hippocampus is essential for memory function, particularly the transference from short- to long-term memory and control of spatial memory and behaviour.

4. A structure that is known to be a key relay station for sensory information. ________________

the parietal lobe(involved in integrating sensory information from the various senses, and in the manipulation of objects in determining spatial sense and navigation);

5. An area of the cerebral cortex involved in organizing, controlling, directing, and performing motor functions. ________________

The cerebellum plays an important role in balance, motor control, but is also involved in some cognitive functions such as attention, language, emotional functions

6. A part of the brain located in the back of the cerebral cortex that is responsible for processing visual information. ________________

the temporal lobe (involved with the senses of smell and sound, the processing of semantics in both speech and vision, including the processing of complex stimuli like faces and scenes, and plays a key role in the formation of long-term memory)

7. The part of the brain that is highly involved in the control of the autonomic nervous system and pituitary hormone production and is also responsible for the “fight-or-flight” response. ________________

The cerebellum plays an important role in balance, motor control, but is also involved in some cognitive functions such as attention, language, emotional functions (such as regulating fear and pleasure responses) and in the processing of procedural memories.

8. The part of the brain that is located at the base of the skull and is responsible for the development and coordination of movement. ________________

The brainstem which includes the medulla, the pons and the midbrain, controls breathing, digestion, heart rate and other autonomic processes, as well as connecting the brain with the spinal cord and the rest of the body.

9. The part of the brain that is divided into left and right hemispheres, as well as four lobes.

10. The lobe of the brain near the temples, which includes the primary auditory cortex and language centers. ________________

The cerebrum (or forebrain), which makes up 75% of the brain by volume and 85% by weight, is divided by a large groove, known as the longitudinal fissure, into two distinct hemispheres. The left and right hemispheres ("left" and "right" refer to the owner's point of view, not an outside viewer's) are linked by a large bundle of nerve fibres called the corpus callosum, and also by other smaller connections called commissures.

11. Areas of the brain that are involved in the incorporation of information.

ventrolateral areas are mostly involved in pure maintenance of information

12. The lobe of the brain that is located behind the frontal lobe and includes the somatosensory cortex. The orbitofrontal cortex (OFC) is a prefrontal cortex region in the frontal lobes in thebrain which is involved in the cognitive processing of decision-making.

13. A system of nerve fibers that links the left and right cerebral hemispheres.

The left and right hemispheres ("left" and "right" refer to the owner's point of view, not an outside viewer's) are linked by a large bundle of nerve fibres called the corpus callosum, and also by other smaller connections called commissures.

14. The lobe of the brain responsible for personality, planning, and organization. ________________

Frontal Lobe - Front part of the brain; involved in planning, organizing, problem solving, selective attention, personality and a variety of "higher cognitive functions" including behavior and emotions.

15. The part of the brain responsible for processing information from the senses, including texture, temperature, weight, and other sensations from the body. ________________

The sensory information processed by the somatosensory systems - processing other pain, temperature, crude touch and visceral sensations.

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