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Ch 2: Brain Structure & Function

About This Chapter

Watch entertaining video lessons you can access from any computer or mobile device to strengthen your knowledge of the brain's structure and function. Assess your comprehension with short quizzes and a chapter exam, and ensure you're ready for an upcoming test, assignment or discussion.

Brain Structure & Function - Chapter Summary

This chapter is designed to help you better understand the brain with lessons you can access online. Study from home or anywhere with an Internet connection to boost your knowledge of the parts of the brain and their responsibilities. When finished, you will be prepared to do the following:

  • Discuss the structures and function of the hindbrain
  • Share the meaning, function and structures of the midbrain
  • Describe the reticular formation and its functions
  • Explain the function of the forebrain
  • List and describe the four lobes of the human brain

Every lesson in this chapter is available as a video that averages about 8 minutes and a full transcript you can use to take notes online. Review these lessons in any order to study brain structure and function concepts your way. If you don't have time to watch an entire video, utilize a clickable timeline that enables you to skip to key topics. Feel confident in your understanding of this chapter's lessons by taking self-assessment quizzes and a practice chapter exam.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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