Jack's brain - Daniel Giro
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Jack's routine for school is very repetitive. He wakes up, gets dressed, eats breakfast, brushes his teeth, then gets his backpack and walks to school. The Cerebellum is responsible for these movements, and the repetition turn these actions into muscle memory.
At school he learns all day. He needs his Occipital Lobe to process images the teacher shows the class, and he needs his hippocampus to process and store the memory of what he just learned.
After school Jack has track. He likes to do endurance runs. When he lines up at the starting line, he uses his temporal lobe to listen for the starting pistol. His spinal cords transfer signals from his Cerebellum to his muscles, allowing his body to run.
Jack likes to hand out with some of his friends after track. when talking with his friends, his Prefrontal Cortex determines Jacks behavior, personal expressions, and morals.
Jack goes to bed pretty late. As he sleeps, every part of his brain is involved in the creation of dreams.
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