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The Role of Biological Processes in Perceiving Emotion: Brain Regions and the Limbic System – Emotion (PSY, BIO)

by Tarry Ahuja, MD
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    The lecture The Role of Biological Processes in Perceiving Emotion: Brain Regions and the Limbic System – Emotion (PSY, BIO) by Tarry Ahuja, MD is from the course Responding to the World.


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    1. Pons.
    2. Amygdala.
    3. Prefrontal lobe.
    4. Hypothalamus.
    5. Cingulate gyrus.
    1. Limbic system.
    2. Pituitary gland.
    3. Occipital lobe.
    4. Temporal lobe.
    5. Motor cortex.
    1. Amygdala.
    2. Prefrontal cortex.
    3. Frontal lobe.
    4. Hippocampus.
    5. Medulla.
    1. Hypothalamus.
    2. Cingulate gyrus.
    3. Amygdala.
    4. Prefrontal cortex.
    5. Caudate.
    1. Prefrontal cortex.
    2. Postfrontal cortex.
    3. Cingulate gyrus.
    4. Amygdala.
    5. Temporal lobe

    Author of lecture The Role of Biological Processes in Perceiving Emotion: Brain Regions and the Limbic System – Emotion (PSY, BIO)

     Tarry Ahuja, MD

    Tarry Ahuja, MD


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