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Brain ppt

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  • 1. The Brain By the end of the lesson you should be able to Describe the structure and function of the brain State the function and location of cerebrum, cerebellum and all four lobes State the location of sensory and motor strip
  • 2. The Brain  weighs 1300 - 1400 g  made up of about 100 billion neurons  “the most complex living structure on the universe” Society for Neuroscience  makes us who we are
  • 3. The BrainPhineas gage
  • 4. Brain structureCerebrum cerebellum
  • 5. Cerebellum• Found at the at the back of your head under the cerebrum• Means “little brain”• Responsible for movement, balance, posture.• Often takes over learned activities- Like riding a bike!
  • 6. Parts of the cerebrum
  • 7. Frontal Lobe• Found under your forehead.• Center of reasoning• Planning• some parts of speech• movement (motor cortex)• Emotions• problem solving.
  • 8. Parietal Lobe• Found on the top of your head.• Receives sensory input from the skin. (touch, pressure, temperature, & pain)
  • 9. Occipital• Found at the back of your head.• Receives input from the eyes• Often referred to as the visual cortex
  • 10. Temporal Lobe• Found on the sides of your head above your ears.• Functions include: • speech perception • hearing, • some types of memory
  • 11. Sensory homunculus
  • 12. Motor strip and Motor striphomunculus
  • 13. Hemispheres uses logic • Acknowledges detail oriented order/pattern • Perception facts rule • knows object words and name language • reality based present and • forms past strategies math and • Practical science • safe
  • 14. Hemispheres- Right uses feelings • believes "big picture” • appreciates oriented • spatial perception imagination rules • knows object function symbols and • fantasy based images • presents present and future possibilities philosophy & • impetuous religion • risk taking
  • 15. Task You will need a Desktop or Netbook Research activities that are completed due to the brain Label that activity with the part of the brain You need to have 2-3 per lobe The website below should be used http://www.photovisi.com/collage/creat Screen shot the final product and post on your blog