Psyc 2010 Notes 1-13-16
Psyc 2010 Notes 1-13-16 Psyc 2010 sec 3- Taylor
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Lauren Fleming on Friday January 15, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Psyc 2010 sec 3- Taylor at Clemson University taught by Dr. Taylor in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 36 views. For similar materials see Intro to Psyc in Psychlogy at Clemson University.
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Date Created: 01/15/16
PSYC Ch 2 Part 2 I. The Old Brain (continued) 5. The limbic System ● the amygdala & the hypothalamus A. Amygdala emotional reaction to stimuli beside of hippocampus in frontal lobe B. Hypothalamus food & water, fight/flight, fornification 6. hippocampus new memories, particularly spatial ones, facial rec. III he New Brain lobes of the cerebral cortex: 1. frontal lobes evolved last reasoning, speech, decision making, problem solving, motor movements Case study: decline in reasoning & impulse control (The Mind, #7) ● Golman Rakic ○ monkeys with more highly developed frontal lobes have greater capacity for problem solving ● Prefrontal cortex involved in personality. Social judgement, goal setting, planning 2. parietal lobes ● body sensations: touch, temp, pain ● if this part is damaged, may not have feeling in parts of body 3. occipital lobes ● vision: visual agnosia (lack of knowledge about visual info) 4. temporal lobes ● associated with hearing Specialized functional areas of the new brain in the cerebrum: sensory, motor, & association areas: 1. sensory area (in parietal touch, sight, sound somatosensory touch, pressure, pain, temperature 2. motor area (in frontal lobe) voluntary movement 3. association (frontal, temporal) thinking, speech, reasoning, higher processes integrated
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