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  1. Using Diagram 1: NeuronsIdentify the structures of the neuron.
    1. Dendrite
    2. Axon
    3. Cell Body
    4. Nucleus

2 points


  1. Identify the functions of the neuron.
    Cell Body
    1. Transmits messages away from the cell to other neurons
    2. Receives information from other neurons
    3. Keeps the cell alive
    4. The “brain” of the cell

2 points


  1. Using Diagram 2: Lobes of the CortexIdentify the lobes of the cortex.
    1. Occipital lobe
    2. Frontal lobe
    3. Parietal lobe
    4. Temporal lobe

2 points


  1. Identify the functions of the following.
    Visual cortex
    1. Involved with decision-making, problem solving, and planning
    2. Involved in the planning, control, and execution of voluntary motor functions.
    3. Involved with memory, emotion, hearing, and language processing
    4. Responsible for processing of tactile information (touch sense)
    5. Responsible for the processing of auditory information
    6. Receives input from the retina
    7. Involved with integration of sensory information to allow understanding, object manipulation, goal-directed movement, and touch perception
    8. Involved in visuospacial processing, discrimination of movement and color

4 points


  1. Diagram 3: The BrainIdentify the structures of the brain.
    1. Cerebellum
    2. Reticular Activating System
    3. Hippocampus
    4. Corpus Callosum
    5. Medulla
    6. Pons
    7. Cerebral Cortex
    8. Hypothalamus
    9. Cerebrum
    10. Pituitary Gland
    11. Amygdala
    12. Thalamus

6 points


  1. Identify the functions of the brain.
    1. Responsible for automatic functions, like heartbeat and breathing
    2. Regulates movement, balance, and remembering of simple skills
    3. Network of nuerons connecting the two hemispheres of the brain for communication
    4. Involved with most sensory, motor, and cognitive processes
    5. The gray matter surounding the cerebrum
    6. Screens incoming information
    7. Involved in sleep-wake cycle and dreaming
    8. Regulates endocrine system
    9. Storage of new information in memory
    10. Survival drives, like eating, drinking, sex
    11. Regulates initial emotional responses (fear) and emotional memory
    12. Relays sensory information to the appropriate cortex

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