anonymous
  • anonymous
Which area of the brain is responsible for our highest levels of cognition, such as thoughts and memories?
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  • chestercat
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shrutipande9
  • shrutipande9
hippocampus
shrutipande9
  • shrutipande9
still with brain study? howz ur progress?
anonymous
  • anonymous
well, its for Psychology, but this website doesnt have a psychology department so, yeah:) But i am doing pretty good.

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shrutipande9
  • shrutipande9
ohh...cool!!
anonymous
  • anonymous
What makes thought possible?
shrutipande9
  • shrutipande9
i am not sure about this....this is still under research i guess.
anonymous
  • anonymous
okay, what about this one? How might damage to the hippocampus affect working memory?
shrutipande9
  • shrutipande9
no idea....ask @aaronq @frostbite
anonymous
  • anonymous
@aaronq?
anonymous
  • anonymous
@frostbite?
prakharluv
  • prakharluv
@RICARDOismyfirstname In Alzheimer's disease, the hippocampus is one of the first regions of the brain to suffer damage; memory loss and disorientation are included among the early symptoms. Damage to the hippocampus can also result from oxygen starvation (hypoxia), encephalitis, or medial temporal lobe epilepsy. People with extensive, bilateral hippocampal damage may experience anterograde amnesia—the inability to form or retain new memories.
anonymous
  • anonymous
John is having difficulty coordinating his movements. What part of his brain is likely to be damaged? What type of memory is likely to be affected? @prakharluv

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