Ass02 Tiki is cold and hungry before the game.

If Tiki is hungry and cold that feeling goes to the thalamus when it is in the thalamus it directs it to the hypothalamus which is below the thalamus. The hypothalamus controls your eating, drinking and body temperature. Tiki is very nervous about the upcoming match with Dallas. If he is nervous his thalamus directs this feeling to the hypothalamus which controls the four f’s. He thinks to himself "I must not fumble, I must not fumble…. The game begins and he runs down the field with the ball. He is able to run because of his frontal lobes but it goes to thalamus which directs it to the frontal lobe. He is running fast and he feels pleasure whenever he runs this fast. He felt pleasure from his neurotransmitter where he produces dopamine that was in which causes pleasure. However, Tiki can see Daleroy Stewart on the opposing team running to tackle him. He can see from his thalamus that relays it to his occipital lobe which allows Tiki to see Daleroy. Daleroy knocks Tiki down and he loses his balance. When Tiki loses his balance the message goes to the thalamus which directs it to the cerebellum. The cerebellum controls his voluntary movement. Tiki is angry, he’s anger goes from the thalamus that comes from the amygdale which controls aggression, and he hears Daleroy say "Drop the ball…drop the ball…" . Tiki does as he's told and now Tiki is feeling sad. He feels sad because the brain send a message to the thalamus which send it to his neurotransmitters that produces serotonin. Serotonin controls your mood. He grabs his helmet with his left hand and throws it to the ground. He can grab his hat because of his motor cortex and sensory cortex. He use his right hemisphere to control his left arm. He can throw the helmet because his brain sends a message that goes to the thalamus which directs it to the cerebellum Later, after the game, his body is returning to a resting state and he begins to relax. He starts to relax because the brain send a message to the thalamus which send it to his neurotransmitters that produces GABA. This relaxes you. He sees his friend, Mary, who is wearing a red dress come up to him and try to console him. He can see her from his thalamus that relays it to his occipital lobe which allow him to see. To see the color red from electro magnetic waves that bounce of light, red waves are large waves. Tiki feels much better after talking to Mary.

He feels better because his thalamus

send a message to the neurotransmitter where he produces dopamine that makes him feel better.
He can talk because thalamus sends a message to his motor cortex and sensory cortex which controls your mouth and tongue movement.