A Study Guide to Accompany The Human Brain
The Human Brain is a single-authored, core introductory neuroscience text that describes the structure and function of the brain and nervous system. The text covers the neuroanatomy that students need, with inclusion of clinical content providing real-life application to clinical neurologic disorders. Its readability and enhanced full-color illustrations make it a favorite among both students and faculty.
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1A GENERAL ORGANIZATION OF THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
1B EMBRYOLOGY OF THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
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amygdala Answers and Explanations association areas auditory axons basal ganglia bilateral brain brainstem caudate nucleus causes cell bodies cerebellum cerebral cortex cerebral hemisphere cerebrospinal fluid choroid plexus cochlear contralateral cortical areas corticobulbar corticospinal tract cranial nerves cross the midline damage Diagram diencephalon dorsal dura efferents eye movements fasciculus fourth ventricle fovea frontal lobe functions ganglion globus pallidus gyri hair cells hippocampus hypoglossal hypothalamus inferior innervation inputs interconnected internal capsule ipsilateral labyrinth lateral ventricle lemniscus lenticular nucleus limbic major membrane midbrain motor cortex motor neurons muscle nervous system neural nystagmus occipital lobe olfactory output pain and temperature parietal lobe pathway preganglionic primary afferents putamen receptor potentials reticular formation retina saccades Self-Evaluation Questions sensory side solitary tract spinal cord spinal trigeminal spinothalamic tract subarachnoid space substantia nigra subthalamic nucleus sulcus temporal gyrus temporal lobe text Fig thalamus trochlear venous ventral ventricular system vestibular nuclei visual cortex