The brain is typically comprised of two hemispheres, each of which has four lobes. Within each lobe, there are dozens of identified areas, each with multiple functions. Researchers will often spend their careers studying just one area or one function—and that research potentially provides enough information to fill scientific journals and textbooks.

In this week’s Discussion, you will select a specific region of the brain and describe its structure, function, and the connections it makes to other regions of the brain. You will also identify why this region is of interest to the research community as well as why it is of interest to you.

To prepare:

Identify one specific area of the brain that interests you- THE CEREBELLUM. This should be more specific than an individual lobe, and should be the smallest brain region you can identify that has a specific function.
Describe your selected region of the brain. Include structure, connections to other regions, and the function of this specific area. Identify the reason(s) that this area is of interest to the research community and include why it is of interest to you personally.

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