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P2.2 Brains

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the back/bottom part of the brain that controls the most basic body functions is the __ hindbrain
VOCABULARY - the small area in the middle of the brain responsible for other basic functions is the __ midbrain
VOCABULARY - the largest and most complex area of the brain which processes the most complex functions forebrain
VOCABULARY - one of the left or right halves of the brain is the __ hemisphere
VOCABULARY - the front are of the forebrain is the __ frontal lobe
VOCABULARY - the area of the forebrain between the temples is the __ temporal lobe
VOCABULARY - the top area of the forebrain is the __ parietal lobe
VOCABULARY - the back area of the forebrain is the __ occipital lobe
Most primitive area of the brain; controls basic functions such as breathing, heart rate, sweat, pupil dilation, etc. hindbrain
Smallest area of brain; responsible for attention, pain, dopamine release, sleeping, and staying awake midbrain
Largest area of brain; responsible for complex thoughts, hunger, memory, senses, decision-making skills and voluntary movements forebrain
Created by: mrjones