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Superheros, Villains, Sidekicks and the Brain

The Brain

Black Ryder

on 1 November 2012

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Transcript of Superheros, Villains, Sidekicks and the Brain

Superheros, Villains, and Sidekicks with Definitions The brain is a superhero in its self Miss. Logical Creat-X Mr.Speaks Broca-Car He is blind but his teach can give him a full view of his surrondings. He can feel anything and know what it is. He wears a suit that looks like a gaint hand and he very evil and he hates people that are not blinded. She is very smart, very good at math, reading, writing but not very creative. Bases everything on logic. She is very plainand wears tan jump suits and a brown hair into a ponytail but she has no powers unless with Creat-X He is very artistic and is good with thinking outside the box but he can't perform with out his twin, Miss. Logical. He is always changing what he wears, normally bright colors. Very well public speaker and can create languages at will but he can't walk. He has a red wheel chair and wears a green man suit Understands all spoken languages but can't read it and his is 4'5 feet tall with a gold letters all over his purple suit from all different kinds of languages. Sensation Man Primary Somatosensory Cortex It's located in the central sulucs and it processes info related to touch Left Hemisphere Processes logical thinking like reading, writing, speaking, and mathmatics Right Hemisphere Is the creative side. Uses this for art and for you imagination. Beoca's Area One of the main area's at the cerebral cortex. It is responsible for creating language, and also controls motor functions realated to speaking Wernicke's Area Area of the Brain were spoken languages that is understood She has an incredible memory, she can remember everything in a situation. She would have been one of the best superheros, only she never learned to speak so she's stuck as a sidekick. Temporal Woman She has no fear what so ever, this leads her to be unbelievably quick with her reflexes and always ready for battle. Because she has no fear, she tends to underestimate her enemies. Dreaded Amgydala Amygdala: Small mass of muscle in the temporal lobe. It's functions include:
Autonomic Responses
Emotional Responses
Hormonal Secretions
Memory Temporal Lobe
One of the four cerebral cortex lobes of the brain.
Functions include:
Auditory Perception
Emotional Responses
Visual Perception He has incredible vision, he can see for miles and miles. But when it comes to black and while, he is completely blind. The Awesome Occipital Occipital Lobe
Another one of the four lobes, located in the back of the brain. Functions include:
Visual Perception
Color Recognition Super Parietal is probably the worlds most reckless savior. He has absolutely no sense of pain, so when he starts fighting, he fights to the death, and although it makes him very brave...everyone knows his bravery will be the death of him Super Parietal Parietal Lobes are on the side of the head and its functions include:
Information Processing
Pain and touch sensation
Spatial Orientation
Visual Perception This dog was blessed with incredible speed, being able to run at unbelievable speeds for an unbelievably long period of time. His vision doesn't usually keep up with his speed so he tends to run into things. Breakneck Frontal Frontal region of the brain, functions include:
Decision Making
Problem Solving
Planning He can take away an individual's body map located in everyone's primary motor cortex, leaving them without a proper body perception. Only problem for him is, he lacks one himself. The Morbid Primary Motor Cortex Primary Motor Cortex
Functions include:
Motor Functions
Higher Order Functions
Impulse Control
Memory Muscledulla Medulla Very tall and strong. Amazon women who weighs 350lbs. Has a lot of muscle but not very good at keeping the heart rate under control and very stupid with a simple task. Definition The base of the brainstem; controls heartbeat and breathing Mr. Transmitter Pons Very perceptive and is good at relaying info to his friends but gets walked on all the time. He dresses in cables and peices of cloth that look like road ways. Definition In latin, the word pons literally means bridge. The pons is a portion of the hindbrain that connects the cerbral cortex with the medulla oblongata. It also serves as a communications and coordination center between the two hemispheres of the brain. As a part of the brainstem, the pons helps in the transfering of messages between various parts of the brain and the spinal cord. Mr. Switch Broad Thalamus He can talk and relay info to friends but regular talking his very bad at. He wears a head set and dresses like a 50s' house wife. Definition The brain's sensory switchboard, located on top of the brainstem; it directs messages to the sensory receiving areas in the vortex and transmits replies to the cerebellum and medulla. Miss. Meow Bellum Cerebellum She is a giant cat with a dexterity well over a average humans. But, he has to down size. She is always in the back of the lines, groups, or anything else.Also has a phobia of water. She is very small about 5'1 and wares just a pair of shorts. Definition The "Little Brain" attached to the rear of the brainstem; it helps coordinate voluntary movement and balance. The Safe House Hypothalamus This is actually a safe house for super heroes. It's a receiving organism who can talk. He is constantly clean and feeding the super heroes. He's a 3 story house with pink sides and grey walls. Definition A neural structure lying below (hypo) the thalamus; it directs several maintenance activities (eating, drinking, body temperature), helps govern the endocrine system via the pituitary gland, and is linked to emotion. Miss. Organize Hippocampus She is very organize in her whole life but it's horrible because she is old. She will risk her own life to organize anything. She wears a grey jump suit and it is covers with pockets so she can always be organize. Definition A neural center located in the limbic system that helps process explicit memories for storage. Tess's Hero's and Villians Willie's Hero's and Villians Victoria's Villians and Heros
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