The cerebral cortex’s role in processing intellectual and emotional information is complex. There are four lobes in the cerebral cortex, which are: frontal, parietal, temporal, and occipital. Each lobe has a certain role to play in understanding and processing all types of information. Any issues in processing information can directly affect cognitive and sensory function. The main lobe, in terms of intellectual and emotional information, is the frontal lobe. Gray matter makes up most of the cerebral cortex. The common belief is that the more gray matter in the brain, the “smarter” the person is. There have been studies that have shown a correlation between intelligence and gray matter, and have shown an increase in gray matter has been related to higher intelligence. The frontal lobe is one of the four major lobes in the brain and is divided into three divisions. The prefrontal cortex is the division of the frontal lobe that is related to personality and deals with most of the intellectual and emotional information processed. Damage to this lobe has shown changes in a person’s behavior, as well as intellect. In some cases, those who were affected by damage to the prefrontal lobe were unable to continue living a normal life. These same cases have been found to have related lack of appropriate emotional responses to certain situations. Changes in these lobes directly affect the plasticity of the brain throughout a person’s lifetime. Damage to the gray matter in the cerebral cortex can cause the brain to conform and change. In terms of plasticity, anything new learned creates a new change in plasticity. In relation to damage to the prefrontal cortex, a change in behavior leads to a change in plasticity, as it’s the brain’s way of conforming and creating new connections. The relationship between the brain and mental disorders can be a simple or complex connection. Diseases, such as Alzheimer’s and schizophrenia, are deeply rooted in the functions of certain parts of the brain and its lobes. In some schizophrenia patients, it has been found to have a correlation between the negative symptoms of the disease and problems in the frontal cortex of the brain. While correlation is not always causation, there have been studies that can conclude a statistic correlation between the two. When a patient has been observed with the beginning stages of schizophrenia, there has also been found to be impairment in frontal function of the brain. In a study, healthy patients were found to be able to utilize their frontal function, while diseased patients did not have the ability to effectively utilize their frontal functions. However, in cases where patients were treated with…
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1. . The Active Directory database is stored on each domain controller in a file called ntds.dit.
2. The Active Directory forest is considered the security boundary for an Active Directory environment.
3. To provide fault tolerance, Active Directory utilizes a multimaster (n) replication model.
4. To create a trust relationship with an NT4 domain, you will configure a (n) external trust.
5. The Domain naming context is replicated across the domain.
6. The Designate Name of…
1. Is every Christian to be an evangelist, or only those so gifted? What is the difference between giftedness and responsibility?
Exodus 35:4-35. God gives us our giftedness it is our responsibility to use it appropriately. When Israel was brought out of Egypt they brought with them all types of gifts, which were given to them by the Egyptians in accordance with God’s word. Later God asked Israel to use those gifts in order for God’s presence to be with them and as part of the process for remission…
can choose from so it’s important to give an accurate impression at first glance.
When I read the first mission statement given in the article, I read right through it and immediately had questions but kept reading because I have to complete this assignment. I kept reading without giving it a second thought since the statement didn’t go into detail nor did it give me reasons why I would need a laser product. I don’t know the latest laser technique is or what is a six sigma process and I didn’t care…
Christianity was born along the shores of the Mediterranean Sea
Early decades of the Roman Empire
One of the world’s most natural highways
Circulation from shore to shore was easy
Clear skies and friendly climate
Around the sea were populations of varied character and talent
When Rome took over Athens
Found itself a bilingual composite
Latin in West, Greek in East
After increase in population and the conquer of Italy, Roman Republic reached a level of stability…
Lesson 1, Part 1: Foundations of American Government
"Liberty, when it begins to take root, is a plant of rapid growth."
The Declaration of Independence
The U.S. Constitution and its Bill of Rights
The Enlightenment and Political Philosophy
To understand the philosophical principles behind the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution, and how these principles influence the structure and process of government.
The United States…
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Biology Per. 6
Chapter/Section: Ch 12. UO 4
Learning Objective is measurable and understandable
Learning Objective: Students will analyze traits in dogs to determine what a new breed would be like.
Questioning techniques ensure demonstration of HOTS
Essential Questions: How are restriction enzymes and electrophoresis used in genetic engineering?
I.N. 2 & 3
All four language domains are activated…
a. In lesson 4 we write the budget constraint as I = XPX + YPY. Write this as a linear equation with Y on the left as in Y = … . What is the slope of this line. Explain this.
Therefore Py*Y=I- Px*X
This equation has the linear format of y=b+mx,and thus, the slope of the budget line is –(Px/Py) The slope of the Budget Line tells how much of the good on the y axis we must give up to buy one more unit of good on the x axis, SO if we go back to the fish…
The first lesson involves business level strategy and the industry environment. Fragmented industries are industries in which a individual company does not have a large enough market share to influence the industry’s direction. Some examples of fragmented industries include chaining, franchising and horizontal mergers. Industries which have passed both the emerging and the growth phases of industry growth are known as mature industries, they are found to be highly interdependent and successful…
Lesson One Homework
1. Discuss the problems that “geographic illiteracy” can present to a country such as the United States in the Twenty-First Century. Give examples of the need for geographic knowledge in diverse areas such as international politics, domestic politics, economics, and popular culture.
Geographic Illiteracy by definition is not having geographic knowledge. For example, not being to point out where the United States is on the map or where the Pacific Ocean is located. Geographic…
1. (10 points) Write out your pre-lab prediction, including what evidence or previous knowledge you have to support that prediction.
Things "rising" and "setting" give the appearance of something rising or setting. In reality objects like the Sun or Moon aren't physically rising from the horizon. Most of the motions we see in the sky are caused by the Earth's motion, both its rotation and orbital motion. So all of the "motions" described below are really apparent motions and not…