Physiology of limbic system

 

Reward center and punishment centers are in the limbic system

Other areas of less importance

They both inhibit reward and pleasure centers.

Functions of limbic system areas

Brainstem Thalamus Forebrain Medulla Midbrain Pons
Temporal lobe Basal ganglia Epithalamus Cerebral operculum Remove operculum Wall of lateral ventricle 1
Wall of lateral ventricle 2 Wall of lateral ventricle 3 Lateral ventricle 1 Lateral ventricle 2 Base Rhomboid fossa

 

 

 

 

 

 

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