Paniz Mikanik: quick and easy to understand. Thank you!!! :)
Maria Clemente: a little too quick
Nyssa Beairsto: your quick over view was great, but a few of your part's functions
contradicted what my textbooks are saying.
scott barona: But my text refers to insula lobe? I've noticed some things change name
over the years tho
Peace Mode Arena By Eliza Roman:
scott barona: Real fast but real informative and on point. Good vid
RoseThePhoenix: This is exactly what I needed; quick review on parts and functions.
Lauren Rush: Brief, straight to the point. Finally, the video I wanted! Thank you!!
Dawk Hitch: I did enjoy it! Thx
abdoulhadi1: thank you Sir thatz great -well done
chalksmart: Thanks. Some say too quick - but I bore easily - thus the hurry up.
MM Fortney: amygdala -- ah migg dah lah (if that helps at all)
chalksmart: Thanks for your feedback. Yes! I agree it is too quick. Apologies - but I
must have had a few too many coffees at the time :)
chalksmart: it does. thanks!
mvalvarez22: This is phenomenal.
junafabia: cool presentation. ^.^
Salah Mohammed: Brief and to the point illustration Very well presented for an essential
knowledge of all who use the brain
RobinvdBrink: It's a lovely video but you did make some mistakes: Parietal Lobe you
pronounces (different from what I'm used to) Amygdala (ah-myg-dah-lah)
Medulla (meh-dull-lah) Corpus Collosum (corpus coll-loh-sum) Thalamus
(Tha-lah-muss) Hypothalamus (hype-o-tha-lah-muss) that's how I have learnt
to pronounce those words at least.. Sorry!
Esmeralda Ruiz: GREAT PRESENTATION! :) but went a little to fast
Leah Larkin: aww so cool
roza ray: do you have to talk that fast?????????
Leticia Bachman: This video was creative and very helpful but a tad too fast for me... I at
least helped your view count increase since I watched it so many times in
order to get all the info! Thanks for sharing.
08SpecialKay7994: Very nicely done thanks a lot
fenugreekpoland: As I can see, there is a mistake in this presentation. Medulla oblongata is
connected directly to spinal cord, so there is no brainstem between medulla
oblongata and spinal cord as it is visualized here. Brainstem can be define
maybe in different way, but typically as the medulla oblongata
(myelencephalon), pons (part of metencephalon), and midbrain
(mesencephalon) - Wikipedia - Brainstem .
SkipSpotter: Are there any known (direct or indirect), connections between the AMIGDALA
and the PINEAL GLAND
RobinvdBrink: I wasn't trying to be mean. He says he has trouble pronouncing some words.
xandra Chris: ahh! its so awesome,. kudos for ur great work,. keep creating and inspiring
chalksmart: Ha. Yes - we definitely need all the slack we can muster when it comes to
the English language.
Alice Eure: You did a pretty great job. Studying for a medsurge test and you summed it
up great. thanks, also diggin' the accent :)
chalksmart: Thanks for feedback.
chalksmart: My pleasure.
chalksmart: Ta for your feedback.
Teenbodybuilder18: Great video with simple and very understanding overview!
BboyArmo: Thanks man you just saved me an hour of studying. Great video. Straight to
Danie de Waal: Great stuff, Simple, short and sweet.
chalksmart: thanks so much
chalksmart: Oh - missed the pineal gland (along with other components to be sure)
Apparently its located above cerebellum. I very briefly mention pituitary
gland in the vid- above the pons. Cheers for question
TouseyLover: Perfect! Make more of these videos on things like the ear, and the eye.
I'll subscribe to be updated with these helpful videos! :)
chalksmart: Thanks mate!
rustynnuts: informative but waaay too fast
Fleora Aten: so where were the pituitary and pineal glands then?
nazik7gi: great video! thank u !!
Sarah Schevelowitz: its very brief, and to the point but you speak soo fast!
wadha nasser: Thanks helped a lot ! Amazing and straight to the point.
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