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Brain and Behavior

Brain and Behavior

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Published by: mr_david on Mar 13, 2010
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BRAIN AND BEHAVIOR 
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FRONTAL LOBE:
Voluntary movement
Language production (left)
Motor prosody (right)
Comportment
Executive function
Motivation
TEMPORAL LOBES
Audition
Language comprehension (left)
Sensory prosody (right)
Memory Emotion
PARIETAL LOBES:
Tactile sensation
Visuospatial function (right)
Reading (left)Calculation (L)
OCCIPITAL LOBES:
Vision
Visual perception
 
THE BASAL GANGLIA
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Mediate postural tone
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PARTS:
1.Corpus striatum – caudate and putamen
Caudate acts as gatekeeper to allow themotor system to perform only those acts thatare goal-directed. Studies correlateddecreased activation of caudate with OCbehavior, Tics and Tourette’s disorder.2.Globus pallidus - receives input from thecorpus striatum and projects fibers to thethalamus. This is damaged in Wilson’sdisease and carbon monoxide poisoning,resulting in dystonic posturing and flappingmovements of arms and legs.3.Substantia nigra – degenerates in Parkinson’sdisease4.Subthalamic nucleus – yield ballisticmovements, sudden limb jerks.
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