Rhys O'Connor: Extremely helpful. Thank you very much :D
Jeffery Gautrrau: wouldnt the brain stem actually houses the medulla oblangata, pons, and midbrain? it was drawn in the cerebrum in this video.
create static: Great video, low volume:/
Bron Stoll-Engelsen: Nice video, but I do believe the pituitary does not extend off of the Ponds. Easy mistake with quick 3d painting, but thought I'd add that. I believe its extends off the hypothalamus.
Marco V: This is really cool. Well done! I found it very helpful.
I am the one who flocks: Really good video it's easy going which is good because the reading we have to do is so god damn complex
abkzy: Thanks, I may have had to watch it a few times over to get it all but that only helps with the memorization anyways! Great vid.
Andal Seshadri: This made it soooo easy :) Thanks alot
George Louis: Where is Consciousness located? Meaning that if you were going to destroy one part of my or your Brain which part would you destroy to cause permanent unconsciousness?
Paniz Mikanik: quick and easy to understand. Thank you!!! :)
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
scott barona: Real fast but real informative and on point. Good vid
Maria Clemente: a little too quick
Dawk Hitch: I did enjoy it! Thx
Oleg Nagibator: I liked that a lot in fact :D - fast and informative. Its kinda annoying for me to listen to educational videos with long pauses and slow speech.
roza ray: do you have to talk that fast?????????
chalksmart: ha. I know. Its stupid fast hey. I had a coffee before I started the narration.
chalksmart: Thanks for feedback.
Natasya Zambri: thank you thank you! but hahahhahaha it was so fast
Chef de NYC: Thanks! I'm more info ultrasound type of work. I learn most of the stuff myself online. Just only recently start looking for a school to make things "official". Hehe
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