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Psychology Vocab

Define each given term, try your best and beat the clock!

Brain an organ of soft nerve tissue located in the skull
Brain Stem the trunk of the brain going towards the spinal cord
Frontal Lobe behind the forehead, including areas concerned with behavior, learning, personality, and voluntary movement.
Parietal Lobe top of the head, including areas concerned with the reception and correlation of sensory information.
Temporal Lobe beneath the temples, including areas concerned with the understanding of speech.
Occipital Lobe rearmost lobe in each cerebral hemisphere of the brain, including areas concerned with visual cortex.
Cerebral Cortex composed of folded gray matter and playing an important role in consciousness.
Cerebellum the part of the brain at the back of the skull in vertebrates, function is to coordinate and regulate muscular activity.
Skull a framework of bone or cartilage enclosing the brain of a vertebrate.
Neuron a nerve cell.
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