Physiological Psychology PSYC 372
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Date Created: 10/23/15
Middle temporal gyrus Posterior perforated substance Mamillary body Middle temporal sulcus Tuber cinereum Anterior perforated substance lnferior temporal gyrus Inferior tem oral sulcus lnfundibular stem p Occipitotemporal gyrus fusiform gyrus 39lquot Collateral sulcus Parahippocampal gyrus Lateral olfactory stria Choroid plexus Glossopharyngeal nerve IX Vagus nerve X Spinal accessory nerve XI Hypoglossal nerve XII Medial olfactory stria Cyrus rectus lnterhemispheric fissure Cervical nerve Olfactory sulcus Pyramid amp pyramidal decussation Olfactory bulb Inferior olive Abducent nerve VI Facial nerve VII Vestibulocochlear nerve VIII Olfactory tract Orbital gyri Flocculus Optic nerve ll Trigeminal nerve V Optic chiasm Cerebral peduncle Optic tract Oculomotor nerve Ill Uncus Collateral sulcus Parahippocampal gyrus Figure 3 Inferior surface of the brain actual size Postcentral sulcus Lateral sulcus Sylvian fissure Postcentral gyrus Interparietal sulcus Central sulcus Su ramar inal rus Rolandic fissure P g gY Brecentral gyrus Angular gyrus Precentral smcus Inferior parietal lobule Superior frontal gyrus Transverse occipital sulcus Superior frontal sulcus Lateral occipital 27 3 gyrl a 4 Middle frontal g gyrus Inferior frontal sulcus Inferior frontal gyrus Pars opercularis Occipital pole Pars triangularis Pars orbitalis Preoccipital notch mum v quotquot39quot3939 a Orbital gyrus Temporal pole Superior temporal gyrus Superior temporal sulcus Middle temporal gyrus Middle temporal sulcus inferior olive Meduna lnferior temporal gyrus Pons Figure 2 Lateral surface of the brain actual size
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