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Department
Cognitive Science
Course
COGS 100
Professor
Michael Picard
Semester
Fall

Description
Brain Areas in Life Picard COGS 100: Exploring the Mind Name___________________________ Stud #:________________ Due Date: in class Thurs., Nov.8. Identify how EACH of the following brain structures might be involved in TWO of the following five, everyday functions: (1) waking up and getting out of bed, (2) driving a car, (3) watching TV, (4) listening to music that makes you sad (evokes memories of a past relationship), and (5) learning to ride a bike. Use all five functions about an equal number of times. Be specific. senneurons _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ mneuorons _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ sympathetic nervous system _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ parasympathetic nervous system _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ cocalosum _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ oc_cpit_l__________________________________________ _________________________________________________ templo_eal______________________________________________ _________________________________________________ p_ali_al__________________________________________ _________________________________________________ frloba_l________________________________________________ __
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