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 assists with breathing rate and alertness

What is Pons?

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Responsible for visual and auditory reflexes

What is the midbrain?

100
coordinates hand movements (motor control) and precision
What is cerebellum?
100
It is involved in the understanding of written and spoken language
What is the wernicke's area?
100

plays a key role in dreaming; regulates of the transition from sleep and wakefulness

What is reticular formation?

200

Regulates breathing and heart rate

What is the medulla oblongata?

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Sensory information goes to this part of the brain; all the senses except smell

What is thalamus ?

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helps with communication , controls speech
What is the broca's area?
200
responsible for arousal and sleep-wake transitions
What is reticular activating system?
200
responsible for hormone reproduction;This area of the brain controls the pituitary gland and other glands in the body.
What is hypothalamus?
300

coordinates visual and auditory reflexes

What is the Midbrain?

300

located above the medulla

What is the pons?

300
controls voluntary actions in the body, takes up a large portion of the brain
What is the cerebrum?
300

Regulates blood pressure. Part of the medulla.

What is the vasomotor center?

300

this part of the brain controls speech production

What is broca's area?

400

Helps regulate thirst , hunger, and normal body temperature

What is Hypothalamus?

400

involved in memory processing

what is the hippocampus?

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relays sensory and motor signals to the cerebral cortex

What is thalamus?

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plays important roles in attaining information from short-term memory to long-term memory and spatial navigation.
What is hippocampus?
400
located at the bottom of the brain, helps coordinate balance
What is cerebellum?
500

Connects the two cerebral hemispheres, composed of white matter

What is the corpus callosum

500

Damage to this area of the brain may result in loss of vision

What is the occipital lobe ?

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the 5th lobe of the cerebrum that controls cravings and social emotions

What is the insula?

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many parts of the brain connected together that control emotions such as fear and survival instincts

what is the limbic system?

500

This lobe of the cerebrum interprets incoming sensory information

What is the parietal lobe?

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