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frontal lobe reasoning, planning, POS, movement, emotion, problem solving
occipital lobe aspects of vision
parietal lobe touch, pressure, temperature, pain
temporal lobe hearing, memory
neuron a neuron is made up of a cell body and branches called dendrites, and axons. Any message carried by a is called an impulse
dendrite receive impulses from other neurons and send them to cell body
axon carry impulses away from cell body
synapse to mve from one neuron to the next, an impulse crosses a small space called a----when an impulse reaches the end of an axon it releases a chemical. the chemical flows across the synaps and stimulates the impulse in the dendrite of the next neuron.
sensory neurons receive information and send impulses to the brain or spinal cord.
motor neurons conduct the impulses from the brain or spinal cord to muscles and glands through out body.
CNS (central nervous system) brain and spinal cord.
PNS (peripheral nervous system) all of the nerves outside of the CNS
reflex involuntary, automatic response to a stimulus. respond without having to think.
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