Structures of the Human Brain

Guess the brain structure for each given description.
Description will specify if the structure is a lobe, major region, etc.
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Last updated: May 2, 2021
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Lobe that deals with motivation and attention; deals with advanced thinking
Frontal lobe
Lobe that houses the primary auditory cortex
Temporal lobe
Lobe that houses the primary motor cortex
Parietal lobe
Lobe that houses the primary visual cortex
Occipital lobe
Major brain region that deals with motor coordination, balance, and understanding sensorimotor relationships
Cerebellum
Major brain region that connects the spinal cord to the rest of the brain
Brain stem
Region primarily known for its role in emotion regulation
Amygdala
Region primarily known for memory consolidation
Hippocampus
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Region known for maintaining bodily homeostasis
Hypothalamus
Gland that secretes hormones such as FSH, LH, growth hormone, and prolactin
Pituitary gland
Region known as the "sensory relay station"
Thalamus
Stem region that deals with breathing
Pons
Region that controls autonomic (involuntary) functions like sneezing
Medulla oblongata
Region that processes smell information
Olfactory bulb
Structure that connects the two hemispheres of the brain
Corpus callosum
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