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nervous system

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on 23 September 2012

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Transcript of nervous system

BRAIN Bodily organ in which all mental, emotional, and behavioral activity originates. The spinal cord is a long, thin, tubular bundle of nervous tissue and support cells that extends from the brain (the medulla oblongata specifically Bodily organ in which all mental, emotional, and behavioral activity originates SPINAL CORD NERVOUS SYSTEM *skeletal muscles
*cardiac muscles

*smooth muscles
*glands Central Nervous System:Root of the Brain
=the bodily organ in which all mental, emotional, and behavioral activity originates.
=it is made up of neurons. *forebrain
*midbrain
*hindbrain receives sensory input from the spinal cord =conducts sensory information
=conducts motor information Peripheral Nervous System
="edges"=edge or going around
=it allows to send information and vice versa to the brain and spinal cord.
=nerve going to spinal,arms,legs and feet Structure of the Brain
=Cerebrum
=Cerebellum
=Limbic System
=Brain Stem The "Central Station" NEURONS
nerve cell that is the basic building
block of the nervous system.

*Membrane
*nucleus
*cytoplasm *dendrites
*axons divisions
*sensory nervous cells
*motor nervous cells
*Somatic Nervous System
*Autonomic Nervous System
*Sympathetic
*Parasympathetic *forebrain
*midbrain
*hindbrain *forebrain
*midbrain
*hindbrain *forebrain
*midbrain
*hindbrain *Frontal
*parietal
*occipital
*temporal Type of Neuron
*Sensory neurons
*Motor neurons
*Interneurons JOHN PAUL CASTILLO JASPER VILLAR ELLO REX ESTANISLAO EARVIN JOSH VALLERIO REFERENCES:

INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY
=ROD PLOTNIK

http://www.cliffsnotes.com
http://allpsych.com MIGUEL JAVIER BRAIN SPINAL CORD : : TWO MAIN FUNCTION
*Connect a large part of PNS to the brain
*Act as a minor coordinating center responsible.
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