Images for Blank Brain Diagram: Cerebellum
Blank brain diagram - Brain is the center of human body. It is where all the movement of our body is centered. Brain is divided into some regions. Those regions have different function for each of them. One of those regions is cerebellum.
Cerebellum is the small region that is located in the lower part of the brain. Its function is to control every motor movement that our body attempts. It also what keeps the balance of our body. The other function of this region is moving muscles. It controls the movement of muscles in our body.
Blank brain diagram of cerebellum region
Cerebellum is a Latin word means small brain. As I told before, it controls our body motor movement, body balance and also muscles. In cognitive field, this small brain also contributes important role. It controls our attention as well as our language skills. Our concentration is ruled by this small region in our part.
When we are focusing on something, it means that our cerebellum is working. It also happens when we are learning a language. This region controls our ability in language mastery. Different person has different ability in mastering a language. Whether or not you are a fast learner in language, it is determined by your cerebellum work.
Unlike the other parts of the brain, movement is not initiated by cerebellum. Yes, it controls the movement, but only the parts of coordination and also precision of the movement. So, it also regulates certain feelings that we feel. These feelings are such as fear and happiness. Those two feelings or emotions are controlled by cerebellum.
The anatomy of cerebellum is it attaches to the bottom of the brain. The location is underneath the cerebral hemispheres. Cerebral hemispheres is a part of cerebrum, the front brain, that controls our body movement. Cerebellum is covered by a kind of parallel grooves. It shows that cerebellum is formed by tissue layer which its shape is a tissue like. This tissue layer shape is very thin and continuum. When we see this part using blank brain diagram, it will clearly show that this cerebellum part is formed by some tissue layers.