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governs processes that allow memories to be stored elsewhere in the brain
concerned with physical coordination and involved with some aspects of attention and estimation of time
lie at the outer sides of the thalamus; involved with control of voluntary motor movements, procedural learning, eye movements, cognition, and emotion
nearlmeasures changes in the ratio of oxygenated to deoxygenated blood
Reasoning, planning, speech, movement, emotions
Auditory perception, memory, speech
regulatory gateway for nearly all sensory information
a massive collection of nerve fibers connecting the two hemispheres of the brain
Investigated biological basis of memory
Originated the idea that mental processes can be measured because they take time
Depression/groove on the cortex
Movement, orientation, recognition, perception
eceives information from the thalamus, and is involved in emotion formation and processing. Coordination between right and left brain
major conduit of information from the skin, joints and muscles to the brain and vice versa
uses info about hydrogen atoms and magnetic field to build a more detailed image of the whole brain
First to make biology based model of cognition
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carries signals from the hippocampus to the hypothalamus
Visual processing
the electrical activity elicited during processing of external (sensory) or internal (cognitive) events
reveals locations of brain areas with increase/decreased brain activity during task performance.
Anything that affects the brain gets through it
controls bodily functions such as maintaining body temperature, blood pressure, heart rate, and other autonomic behaviors
important for recollective memory
central to processing the emotions of others and in the production of behaviors that express our own emotions, especially fear
Main proponent of reflex view
uses x-rays to provide a 3D representation of the brain
Ridge on the cortex
Formed the additive factors model
Father of modern psychology
very high spatial resolution but cannot penetrate the skull to image the brain
contains structures that receive information from and send information to the spinal cord

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