... olfactory bulb 2: cerebral cortex 3: cerebellum
4: medulla oblongata
In ... that helps in the control of movement. The cerebellum
attaches to the hindbrain in a structure called the pons . The cerebrum and the cerebellum
consist each of two halves (hemispheres). The ...
... are routed though the basal ganglia and are modified by input from the cerebellum
before being relayed through the pyramidal tract to the spinal cord ... position with the feedback information gained from proprioception. The cerebellum
and nucleus ruber in particular continuously sample position against ...
... DS. The IQ of a child with Down syndrome is rarely measured above 60. Brains of children with Down syndrome are usually small and underweight. The cerebellum
and brain stem are unusually small, as is the superior temporal gyrus . Educational progress may also be damaged by illness and disabilities, ...
... formed, but we are unconsciously accessing aspects of those previous experiences. Procedural memory involved in motor learning depends on the cerebellum
and basal ganglia .
Classification by temporal direction
A further major way to distinguish different memory functions is whether the ...
... cortical columns, that of larger subsystems like that which subserves visual perception , up to large systems like the cerebral cortex or the cerebellum
, and at the highest level the nervous system as a whole.
At this highest level, neuroscientific approaches combine with cognitive science to ...
... opposite to the velocity of the head in order to have clear vision.
Signals from the vestibular system also project to the cerebellum
(where they are used to keep the VOR
working, a task usually referred to as Learning or Adaptation ) and to different areas in the cortex. The ...