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Brain Cortical Areas

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pre frontal coretex responds to lights, noises, and other sensory signals that lead to movement. calculates predictable outcomes of actions and plans movement
pre motor cortex active during the preparation of movement and integrates information for body position & posture and organizes the direction of movement
supplementarymotor cortex organizes rapid sequence of movement in a specific order and active seconds before the movemnet
primary motor cortex axons from the pre-central gyrus connect to the brain stem and spinal cord, which generate impulses that control muscles. active when people intend a movemnt
somatosensory cortex provides sensory information important for movement
post parietal cortex keeps track of body position relative to the world and is important for planning movement
Created by: bonnie_cp