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Neuropsychology
Brain animated color nevit.gif

Topics
Brain functions

Arousal Attention
ConcentrationConsciousness
Decision-makingExecutive functions
LanguageLearningMemory
Motor coordinationPerception
PlanningProblem solving
Thinking

People

Arthur L. BentonAntonio Damasio
Phineas GageNorman Geschwind
Donald HebbAlexander Luria
Muriel D. LezakBrenda Milner
Karl PribramOliver Sacks
Roger Sperry

Tests

Bender-Gestalt Test
Benton Visual Retention Test
Clinical Dementia Rating
Continuous Performance Task
Hayling and Brixton tests
Lexical decision task
Mini mental state examination
Stroop task
Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale
Wisconsin card sorting task


Anatomical regions of the brain are listed vertically, following hierarchies that are standard in neuroanatomy. Functional, connective, and developmental regions are listed horizontally in parentheses where appropriate.

Hindbrain (Rhombencephalon)

Myelencephalon

Metencephalon

Midbrain (mesencephalon)

Forebrain (prosencephalon)

Diencephalon

Epithalamus

Third ventricle

Thalamus

Hypothalamus (limbic system) (HPA axis)

Subthalamus(HPA axis)

Pituitary gland (HPA axis)

Telencephalon (cerebrum) Cerebral hemispheres

Red:Frontal lobe

red:frontal lobe
orange:parietal lobe
yellow:occipital lobe
green: temporal lobe
blue:cerebellum
black:brainstem

White matter

Subcortical

Rhinencephalon (paleopallium)

Cerebral cortex (neopallium)

Neural pathways

Motor systems

Nerves

Neuroendocrine systems

Vascular systems

Dural meningeal system

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