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the bain and it main elements

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1 Comprehension
1.1 Comprehension of sounds
1.1.1 It is not a passive recording
1.1.2 It is influenced by changes in discourse
1.1.3 It is not a linear sequence
1.2 Comprehension of words
1.2.1 It is a complex psycholinguistic process Spelling Pronunciation Grammatical functions Word's meaning
1.3 Comprehension of sentences
1.3.1 Phrase structure
1.3.2 Transfomational rules
1.3.3 Linguistic analysis
1.4 Comprehension of texts
1.4.1 Syntactic memory
1.4.2 Presence or absence of background information
1.4.3 Mental associations
2 Language processing
2.1 Stages
2.1.1 Conceptualization Syntactic thinking To think about how the language is initiated Imagistic thinking Creates a more holistic and mode of communication
2.1.2 Formulation The words we actually speak and write More precise terminology and convincing use of empirical data Speech production Slips of the tongue How speech is formulated Priming Speech production and comprehension
2.1.3 Articulation Production of human speech sounds Lets to hear and appreciate the voice Organs for the articulation Mouth Larynx Pharynx Trachea
2.1.4 Self-monitoring Direct experience and review What is happening when the people compose speech To evaluate the speech of other people and my own speech too Important elements Mistakes Errors Feedback loop Fluency Grammatical structures Permormance Competence
3 The conscious and the unconscious mind
3.1 Conscious
3.1.1 When you are aware of what's happening inside or outside you
3.2 Unconscious
3.2.1 Things that are no available to you (they are stored in the unconscious mind
4 Multiple Intelligences
4.1.1 Spoken and written language
4.1.2 Ability to learn languages
4.1.3 Efective use language
4.2.1 To analyze problems logically
4.2.2 Mathematical oprations
4.2.3 Scientific investigation
4.3.1 Composition
4.3.2 Appreciation of musical patterns
4.3.3 To recognize tones and rhythms
4.4.1 To use mental abilities
4.4.2 To coordinate bodily movements
4.5.1 To recognize patterns of wide space and other areas
4.6.1 To understand intentions, motivations of other people
4.7.1 To understand oneself
4.7.2 To appreciate one's feelings, fears and motivations
5 Composition
5.1 Structure
5.1.1 Hindbrain Basic functions Hearth beating Circulation Digestion
5.1.2 Midbrain Movements of eyes Movements of the body Audition
5.1.3 Forebrain Emotional Responses Emotions Memories Thinking
5.2 Parts
5.2.1 Brainstem Divided in three individuals structures Medulla oblangata Pons Midbrain Function: basic needs Brithin Circulation Digestion Sensorial information
5.2.2 Cerebellum Function Motor control Coordination Motor memory
5.2.3 Thalamus Function It sorts data and sends it where it need to go
5.2.4 Hypothalamus Function Omeostasis It Keep the body temperature
5.2.5 Cerebrum Function Integreation: it makes sense of all the data that come in
5.3 Cerebral cortex
5.3.1 Divided in 4 lobes Frontal lobe Executive function and emotional control Parietal lobe Sensation Occipital lobe Vision Temporal lobe Language, hearing and memory
5.4 Corpus callosum
5.4.1 Right hemisphere Facial recognition
5.4.2 Left hemisphere Mathematical reasoning and logic
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