Charlie Brown Case Study Psychology

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As Charlie brown’s looks at the football, his brain start analyzing the surrounding most of his sensory information enters the brain through thalamus. The process begins with the primary visual cortex, which is the first stage of cortical processing. With the visual input from his eyes, traveling to his visual cortex helps him to find and identify the football. For Charlie brown to kick that football, his other brain regions that are specialized for processing and control movements i.e. the primary motor cortex, which generates coordination and sends to the brainstem, that in turn sends instruction to his brain down the spinal cord to activate his motor fibers that control his muscles of his legs. As he runs and come to contact with the football,

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