Final Project: Anatomy of the Human Brain

I chose to choose different areas of the brain, draw pictures of them, and write a little bit about each of their functions. I am really interested in the different areas of the brain and what they do. It was interesting to see that there are many different brain regions that have very similar functions and also very opposite functions, but they all come together in one great form of communication that allows us to perceive and interact with the world the way we do. I think it’s incredible!

 

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4 responses to “Final Project: Anatomy of the Human Brain”

  1. Madiha Shafquat says:

    This is a great resource. Your drawings are impressive, your explanations are simple and to the point, and your content is very organized. You didn’t mention a particular audience, but I definitely wouldn’t have minded having something like this to reference for our assignments! Really well done.

  2. Carlos Aizenman says:

    Great drawings and great information. I almost envision these printed out as a deck of brain cards that one can carry around and show people.

  3. Brianna Margaret Cathey says:

    Your medium of choice is so original! The drawing look very accurate and have awesome detail and the color scheme is quite tasteful! You provide a great overview of the anatomy and physiology of brain areas that could be a great resource.

  4. Whitney Grace Wilson says:

    I love how clear your drawings are!

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