Little Gertrudes Childhood

Little Gertrudes Childhood
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  • Little Gertrude
  • This is little Gertrude
  • This is the frontal lobe and it controls behavior, learning, personality, and voluntary movements.
  • This is little Gertrude's brain.
  • The Pruning Process is the naturally occurring way in which the brain changes and reduces the amount of...
  • Like how little Gertrude decides what candy she wants and doesn't want anymore.
  • Little Gertrude is becoming a child and is experiencing maturation, meaning she is maturing.
  • The Cerebellum is located at the bottom of the brain.
  • This is why little Gertrude can balance!
  • The neural network is how the brain works and connects information with all of the different parts of the brain!
  • Infantile Amnesia is the inability for adults to retrieve episodic memories 
  • This is why little Gertrude doesn't remember getting food here when she was 3.
  • neurons, synapse, and axons.
  • Little Gertrude has grown up in many ways throughout the brain.
  • This controls voluntary movements, sensory input, and enabling nonverbal learning and memory.
  • before the age of two to four years old.
  • I hope you now know much more about the brain as a child.
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