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Paula Neuroscience

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paula engel

on 1 June 2010

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Transcript of Paula Neuroscience

FAMOUS BRAINS NEUROANATOMY LEARNING AND
THE BRAIN THE EVERY DAY BRAIN BRAIN DISORDERS The Central
Nervous System What is a Neuron? Hemispheres & Dominance The Skull Brain Imaging Tools Babies' Brain
Development Music Are Brains like
Computers? Neuroplasticity Language The Aging Brain Alzheimer's Disease Autism Stroke Soccer Injuries ALS Narcolepsy Sleep He Brains/
She Brains Brain Fitness Yawning Laughter Nutrition Sir
Isaac
Newton Galileo
Galilee Albert
Einstein Kim
Ung
Yong Leonardo
daVinci Ludwig
von
Beethoven Thank you for joining us.

Please spend some time
visiting our activity tables
around the room. They are specialized cells
that make up the brain and
nervous system
The human brain has about 100 billion neurons. They are our oldest and longest cells.
Dendrites and axons bring messages to and from the brain.
The Cerebrum is divided into four sections called lobes.

The frontal lobe is located at the front of the brain. It controls reasoning, motor skills, higher level thinking, and expressive language.

The parietal lobe is in the middle section of the brain. It processes sensory information such as pressure, touch, and pain.

The temporal lobe interprets sounds and the language we hear.

The occipital lobe is located at the back portion of the brain It interprets the things we see.

4 lobes of the
Cerebrum
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