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The MASTER Brain

By Madison Poole

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Wernicke's Area

Cingulate Cortex

Occipitail Lobe

Temporal Lobe

Somatosensory Area

Parietal Lobe

Index

Hindbrain

Medulla

Pons

Cerebellum

Reticular formation

Midbrain

Forebrain

Thalamus

Hypothalamus

Limbic System

Amygdale

Hippocampus

Celebral Cortex

Frontal Lobe

Broca's Area

Hindbrain

Hindbrain

Hind brain consists of three parts-cerebellum, pons and medulla oblongata. The hindbrain coordinates functions that are fundamental to survival, including respiratory rhythm, motor activity, sleep, and wakefulness

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Midbrain

Midbrain

The midbrain is the smallest portion of the brainstem (about 1.5 cm) and its most cranial structure. The midbrain serves important functions in motor movement, particularly movements of the eye, and in auditory and visual processing.

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Forebrain

Forebrain

The forebrain is the largest part of the brain, including the cerebrum, with the cerebral cortex, thalamus, and hypothalamus. It is responsible for various functions, including receiving and processing sensory information, thinking, perceiving, producing and understanding language, and controlling motor functions.

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Medulla

The medulla oblongata is a tail-like structure at the base of the brain that connects the brain to the spinal cord. It carries signals from the brain to the rest of the body for essential life functions like breathing, circulation, and manages the heart

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Pons

Pons is a part of the brainstem, a structure that links your brain to your spinal cord. It deals with unconscious processes like the sleep-wake cycle and breathing. It also contains several junction points for nerves that control muscles and carry information from senses in your head and face.

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Cerebellum

It is in the lower back of the brain and it is only 10% of the brain's weight but contains up to 80% of all neurons in the organ. The cerebellum is primarily responsible for muscle control, including balance and movement.

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Reticular Formation

It provides various important functions of the brain. One of the most important ones is keeping the brain awake. It subserves autonomic, motor, sensory, behavioral, cognitive, and mood-related functions.

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Limbic system

the amygdala, hippocampus, hypothalamus are parts of the limbic system, all play roles in the processing of emotion, memory, and learning.

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Thalamus

The thalamus is a small structure within the brain located just above the brain stem between the cerebral cortex and the midbrain and has extensive nerve connections to both. Your thalamus serves as the main relay station for your brain. It relays motor and sensory signals to the cerebral cortex.

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Hypothalamus

Your hypothalamus, a structure deep in your brain, acts as your body's smart control coordinating center. Its main function is to keep your body in a stable state called homeostasis. It produces hormones to control hunger, thirst, body temp, mood, ect.

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Hippocampus

The main functions of the hippocampus involve human learning and memory. It is a part of the brain found in the inner folds of the temporal lobe. The hippocampus helps humans process and retrieve two types of memory, declarative memories and spatial relationships.

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Amygdale

Your amygdala is a small part of your brain, but it has a big job. It's a major processing center of the perception of emotions such as anger, fear, and sadness, as well as the controlling of aggression

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Cerebral Cortex

The cerebral cortex is the outer layer of your brain's surface, located on top of the cerebrum. The cerebral cortex carries out essential functions of your brain, like memory, thinking, learning, reasoning, problem-solving, emotions, consciousness, and sensory functions.

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Broca's Area

Broca's area is a key component of a complex speech network, interacting with the flow of sensory information from the temporal cortex, devising a plan for speaking and passing that plan along to the motor cortex, which controls the movements of the mouth.

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Wernicke's Area

Wernicke's area receives information from the auditory cortex, and functions to assign word meanings. Its functions include language comprehension, semantic/grammar processing, language recognition, and language interpretation.

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Frontal Lobe

The frontal lobe is the front part of the brain. The frontal lobe is responsible for higher cognitive functions such as memory, emotions, impulse control, problem solving, social interaction, and motor function.

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Temporal Lobe

helps process sensory input, including pain and auditory stimuli. It also helps you understand language, retain visual memories, and both process and remember emotions.

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Occipital Lobe

The occipital lobes sit at the back of the head and are responsible for visual perception, including colour, form and motion.

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Pariental Lobe

The parietal lobe is located near the back and top of the head. The parietal lobe is vital for sensory perception and integration, including the management of taste, hearing, sight, touch, and smell.

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Somatosensory Area

central role in processing sensory information from various parts of the body. A lot of sensory relating to touch.

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Cingulate Cortex

Emotional, cognitive, and motor responses to pain involve different portions of the cingulate cortex.

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Can cook things with his hands. He can control his body temp to heat up his hands. Im assuming he can burn his hands touching something hot so that is a bonus. besides why do you need to be like the human torch.

Thermohands

Bruce Banner must have really good control over agression in hulk form or not. While being hulk he needs to control it and he does so he doesn't destory everything and bruce doesnt need to hulk out all the time.

Hulk

He is a dog and bat man's dog. He has great hearing and is smart enough to know what it is and process what is going on.

Ace

She can mimic any power by touching anyone. Her somatosensory area is so strong it processes the touch and mimics powers.

Rogue

Loki

Loki has the ability to control motor functions because he can shapeshift and he understands different languages. He is also smart and can learn language very quickly.

Taskmaster's limbic system is great he has a photographic memory and can memorize fighting styles and then learn and use them in combat.

Taskmaster

Black Widow has the best cerebellum. She has amazing balance and she can move quickly in a fight changing fighting styles.

Black Widow

raccoons are more active at night so his Reticular Formation is always keeping the brain awake and sharp. Since this part of the brain helps other things like cognitive and behavior his attitude might spill over but he his super smart when it comes to technology

Rocket Raccoon

There are probably smarter people but i dont care. Iron man is my choice he his smart and solves any problem thrown at him caused by him or not. He learns quickly and improves and adapts.

Iron Man

She can shape shift into anyone so she has full control of the muscles in her face making her pons the most effective in controling muscles and sending information.

Princess Zanda

His response to pain is to keep going. His Cingulate cortex does not forget pain but it does not acknowledge it to keep him moving. Also helps he doesnt die so why worry about pain.

Deadpool

Bree can change her vioce to mimic anyones voice. It is a bionic chip but her Broca's area would have to be in control as well so i choose her so i can change voices.

Bree (lab rats)

Road runner is constantly surviving and out running Wilde. His hindbrain is the best because it has to regulate his body to withstand the high speeds and control his running and sharp turns.

Road Runner

Spider man has spider sense that alerts him when something bad is going to happen so his thalamus has to relay sensory signals and motor signals quickly so he can respond quickly.

Spiderman

Grand Admiral Thrawn

He memorizes straties, battles, art, history, personal history, he knows his enemy and everything about them. he has a great memory and forgets nothing.

He has enhanced abilities of a panther. Panthers have super good eyes and hearing in order to hunt so he would have the best midbrain.

Black Panther

He can breathe underwater, who wouldnt want to. His medulla controls his breathing so he is able to breathe under water and on land. it also helps manage the heart and in the deepest parts of the ocean he needs to withstand the pressure and regulate his heart to match

Aquaman

Hawkeye never misses. He has perfect vision and is skilled with a bow so my perfect brain would love this. His occupital lobe can pick up on the smallest movements and details which is important when he is spying or shooting.

Hawkeye

He cant see but that is what hawkeye is for. Since he cant see his other senses are hightened so he can still sense the world around him just as well.

Daredevil

Chase is just really smart and is probably smarter than iron man but chase can reconize different languages and speak them. He is a walking google translate.

Chase (lab rats)

I choose Batman mainly for impulse control and social interaction. The others are already covered but overall his frontal lobe is good at processing, planning and organizing.

Batman