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Neuroscience by Mind Map: Neuroscience

1. Sensory Systems

1.1. Cortical areas

1.1.1. Primary sensory cortex Primary somatosensory Primary auditory Primary visual Primary vestibular

1.1.2. Sensory association cortex Somatosensory association Visual association Auditory association

1.2. Ascending tracts

1.2.1. Spinothalamic Tract

1.2.2. Dorsal Column & Medial Lemniscus

2. Cranial Nerves

3. Blood Supply of the CNS

4. Motor Systems

4.1. Motor planning areas

4.1.1. Premotor area

4.1.2. Supplementary motor area

4.1.3. Broca's area

4.1.4. Area analogous to Broca's in opposite hemisphere

4.2. Primary motor cortex

4.3. Movement control

4.3.1. Cerebellum

4.3.2. Basal Ganglia

4.4. Motor neurons

4.4.1. Somatic Upper Motor Neurons Head Skeletal system UMN lesions Lower Motor Neurons Cranial Nerves Ventral horn (spinal cord) LMN lesions Interneurons

4.4.2. Autonomic (visceral)

4.4.3. Neurosecretory (hypothalamus)

5. Cognition

5.1. Cortical areas

5.1.1. Association cortex Prefrontal association Parietotemporal association Limbic association

6. Language

6.1. Speech motor

6.1.1. Broca's area

6.1.2. Area analogous to Broca's in right hemisphere

7. Memory

8. Conscious states

8.1. Reticular formation

8.1.1. Reticular nuclei Ventral tegmental area (Dopamine) Pedunculopontine nucleus (Acetylcholine) Raphe nuclei (Serotonin) Locus Ceruleus & medial reticular area (Norepinephrine)

8.1.2. What keeps us awake? (Reticular Activating System) Reticular nuclei Locus Ceruleus Raphe nuclei Tegmental nuclei (dorsal) Ascending fibres projecting up to cerebral components (ARAS) Cerebral components Basal forebrain (hypothalamus) Thalamus Cerebral cortex