Brain stem; medulla
Concentrating on complex tasks.
Moving in a smooth manner.
Remembering events from his distant past.
Remembering new information.
Controlling his temper.
Erase important memories.
Make you feel hungry.
Calm your angry disposition or make you fearful.
Increase your sexual desire.
Make you feel sleepy.
You are feeling hungry because you have not eaten since yesterday.
You are trying to reason through a logic problem in math class.
You feel aroused by the good-looking person sitting next to you.
You get angry and want to hit a person who has just bumped into you.
You remember how your grandmother's living room looked.
Pituitary, hypothalamus, adrenals
Parathyroids, pituitary, ovaries
Hypothalamus, pituitary, thyroid
Thyroid, pituitary, hypothalamus
Hypothalamus, gonads, pituitary
Autonomic nervous system
The brain had specific areas that were responsible for certain functions, indicated by bumps on the skull.
Damage to the frontal lobe would create changes in personality.
Damage to the parietal lobe would create sensory changes.
The capacity for speech was held in our left hemisphere.
The two heispheres performed complementary mental tasks.
Right somatosensory cortex.
Right motor cortex.
Left motor cortex.
Severing the corpus callosum.
Stimulating the cerebellum.
Stimulating the hyppothalamus.
Rearranging the cerebrum.
Inactivating the cerebral cortex.
That they flet with either hand.
That was presented in the right visual field.
That they flet with either hand, but only if they had previously seen it.
That was presented int he left visual field.
That they felt with the left hand.
Limbic system, cerebral cortex, brain stem
Brain stem, cerebral cortex, limbic system
Cerebral cortex, limbic system, brain stem
Limbic system, brain stem, cerebral cortex
Brain stem, limbic system, cerebral cortex