- Texas Woman's University
- Communication Sciences
- Communication Sciences 2233
- Kimberly Mory
- Ch. 11
Last Modified: 2011-09-27
Related Textbooks:Anatomy & Physiology for Speech, Language, and Hearing
refers to the “extended” or “telescoped” brain, and includes the cerebral hemispheres, the white matter immediately beneath it, the basal ganglia, and the olfactory tract.
refers to stimulation that causes an increase in activity of the tissue stimulated
autonomic nervous system
The lateral vestibular nucleus gives rise to the ? tract, which terminates at the spinal level.
Fibers of the corticospinal tract that do not decussate at the pyramids descend uncrossed as the _________________________ tract.
The (cranial nerve and number) ____________________ transmits sensory information from the facial region.
A term referring to specialized tissues that monitor different stimuli within the environment is
Somatic sensory information is received at the ____________________ gyrus.
The specific site of auditory reception is in ____________________ gyrus.
____________________ are a class of receptors monitoring sensation arising from within the body.
The typical site for reception of excitatory stimulation on a neuron is the
The precentral gyrus is also known as the ____________________.
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