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central to processing the emotions of others and in the production of behaviors that express our own emotions, especially fearAmygdala
69.9%
Auditory perception, memory, speechTemporal
62.7%
Depression/groove on the cortexSulcus
59%
Reasoning, planning, speech, movement, emotionsFrontal
57.8%
Visual processingOccipital
56.6%
uses info about hydrogen atoms and magnetic field to build a more detailed image of the whole brainMRI
55.4%
Ridge on the cortexGyrus
54.2%
nearlmeasures changes in the ratio of oxygenated to deoxygenated bloodfMRI
51.8%
controls bodily functions such as maintaining body temperature, blood pressure, heart rate, and other autonomic behaviorsHypothalamus
49.4%
governs processes that allow memories to be stored elsewhere in the brainHippocampus
45.8%
Anything that affects the brain gets through itBlood-brain barrier
44.6%
concerned with physical coordination and involved with some aspects of attention and estimation of timeCerebellum
43.4%
a massive collection of nerve fibers connecting the two hemispheres of the brainCorpus collosum
42.2%
Movement, orientation, recognition, perceptionParietal
41%
regulatory gateway for nearly all sensory informationThalamus
41%
contains structures that receive information from and send information to the spinal cordBrain Stem
39.8%
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reveals locations of brain areas with increase/decreased brain activity during task performance.PET
37.3%
major conduit of information from the skin, joints and muscles to the brain and vice versaSpinal Cord
34.9%
lie at the outer sides of the thalamus; involved with control of voluntary motor movements, procedural learning, eye movements, cognition, and emotionBasal Ganglia
34.9%
uses x-rays to provide a 3D representation of the brainCT scan
28.9%
Father of modern psychologyJames
27.7%
very high spatial resolution but cannot penetrate the skull to image the brainX-ray
27.7%
eceives information from the thalamus, and is involved in emotion formation and processing. Coordination between right and left brainCingulate Cortex
19.3%
Originated the idea that mental processes can be measured because they take timeDonders
18.1%
First to make biology based model of cognitionHebb
18.1%
the electrical activity elicited during processing of external (sensory) or internal (cognitive) eventsERPs
18.1%
carries signals from the hippocampus to the hypothalamusFornix-fiber
15.7%
Main proponent of reflex viewSherrington
14.5%
Investigated biological basis of memoryLashley
14.5%
Formed the additive factors modelSternberg
13.3%
important for recollective memoryMammilary Bodies
12%

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Created Sep 28, 2014ReportNominate
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