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What Is Your Cerebellum? It is located at the base of the brain.

Posted on 12-16-2016

What Is Your Cerebellum?  It is located at the base of the brain. Functions: Coordination of voluntary movement, balance and equilibrium. Some memory for reflex motor acts. ...

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Posted on 12-10-2016

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What Is Your Brain Stem? It lies deep in your brain and leads to your spinal cord.

Posted on 12-03-2016

What Is Your Brain Stem? It lies deep in your brain and leads to your spinal cord. Functions: Breathing, Heart Rate, Swallowing Reflexes to seeing and hearing (Startle Response). Cont...

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What Are Your Temporal Lobes? hey are on both sides of your head above your ears.

Posted on 11-25-2016

What Are Your Temporal Lobes?  They are on both sides of your head above your ears. Functions: Hearing ability, memory acquisition, some visual perceptions, categorization of objects...

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What is Your Parietal Lobe? It is near the back and top of your head.

Posted on 11-18-2016

What is Your Parietal Lobe? It is near the back and top of your head. Functions: Location for visual attention. Location for touch perception. Goal directed voluntary movements. Manipulat...

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