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The brain

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Heather Cunningham

on 29 October 2015

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Transcript of The brain

How can I pick up a pencil
What part helps
me sleep?

If I am confusing cookies
and body spray that is the
malfunction of the ?

What brain part helps me feel emotion?
If I want to smell roses what brain
part is that?

What brain part do I need to clap?
Opiates
Frontal Lobe= more intense emotions
Temporal lobe= rapid speech and language
Medulla= sudden death from heart attack
Occipital lobe= hallucinations visual
cerebellum=uncoordinated rapid body
movements
Stimulants
Hallucinogens
Frontal lobe= less adept at decision making, emotions are erratic, humor heightened
Hippocampus= significant damage to learning and memory
Temporal Lobe= Speech is slow and uncoordinated
Cerebellum=slow reaction time, uncoordinated
Occipital lobe=dilation and red eyes
Parietal lobe=senses stimulated extra hunger
Marijuana
The Hippocampus is responsible for:
-Short-term memory
-Long-term memory
THE HIPPOCAMPUS
The Corpus Callosum is responsible for:
-Connecting the two halves of the brain
THE CORPUS CALLOSUM
The Pituitary Gland is responsible for:
-Hormones
-Adolescence
THE PITUITARY GLAND
The Temporal Lobe is responsible for:
-Hearing
-Language
-Speech
THE TEMPORAL LOBE
The Pons is responsible for:
-Connecting the brain to the spinal cord
THE PONS
The Medulla Oblongata is responsible for:
-Basic life functions
Heartbeat
Breathing
Minor Reflexes
THE MEDULLA OBLONGATA
The Spinal Cord is responsible for:
-Receiving signals from the body
-Carrying them to the brain
THE SPINAL CORD
The Cerebellum is responsible for:
-Balance
-Posture
-Fine motor skills
THE CEREBELLUM
The Occipital Lobe is responsible for:
-The eyes
-Vision
THE OCCIPITAL LOBE
The Parietal lobe is responsible for:
-Interpreting the senses
THE PARIETAL LOBE
The Frontal Lobe is responsible for:
-Decision making
-Emotions
-IQ
THE FRONTAL LOBE
and its functions
THE BRAIN
Cerebral cortex= Drips into brain from this one part then affects all other parts. Make a person super sleepy and lack feeling
Opiates
Stimulants
Frontal lobe=emotions erratic
Hippocampus=memory loss
Temporal lobe=slurred speech/loss of speech clarity
Parietal Lobe=dulled and less percept senses
Cerebellum=decreased motor skills
Occipital lobe=blurry vision
Alcohol
Marijuana
Hallucinogens
Frontal Lobe= Change in perceived reality and emotions
Temporal lobe= auditory hallucinations
Parietal lobe= massive damage to how your senses pick up messages thus contributing to hallucinations
Occipital lobe- visual hallucinations
Cerebellum- reacts to the hallucinations with body in ways that may not be correct for given situation
http://www.learner.org/resources/series142.html?pop=yes&pid=1569#
Nicotine
Frontal lobe=emotional cravings
Parietal lobe=less percept senses/taste
Occipital=less visual perception
Hippocampus=slight memory loss

Alcohol
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