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G. g. visual), we ought to think of the hemispheres as having different roles within the same tasks. So the left hemisphere is seen as playing an analytic role whereas the right hemisphere is seen as having a more holistic role (Harris, 1978). When it comes to a split-brain patient making decisions, which hemisphere is dominant? One might be tempted to think that it would be the hemisphere best suited to the task. However, it seems that, to some extent, each hemisphere has a mind of its own. This is not surprising as the hemispheres are unable to C3 – Hemispheric lateralization 39 communicate and so they develop their own sets of perceptions, memories, and so on.
The tegmentum includes the periaqueductal gray matter (PAG) which has an important role in analgesia. More speciﬁcally, the PAG contains opiate receptors that respond to our endogenous opiate neurotransmitters (see Topic F3). Also in the tegmentum is the substantia nigra. This nucleus plays an important role in motor control. It is the substantia nigra that is damaged in Parkinson’s disease. The red nucleus is also a motor control structure located in the tegmentum. It plays an important role in motor output and is a major output destination from the cerebellum.
This nucleus plays an important role in motor control. It is the substantia nigra that is damaged in Parkinson’s disease. The red nucleus is also a motor control structure located in the tegmentum. It plays an important role in motor output and is a major output destination from the cerebellum. The forebrain There are far too many structures in the forebrain for them all to be considered here. Some of the more important ones are illustrated in Fig. 8. The forebrain is made up of two hemispheres (left and right) that are joined together by a large ﬁber tract called the corpus callosum.