What is a Brain Diagram for Psychology?
Unlike other medical professionals, a is tailored to their needs. It highlights the names and locations of the various lobes of the brain.
Brain templates used in psychology typically exhibit minimal variations in appearance. However, even these subtle differences can hold significant importance for psychologists.
The dedicated space provided beneath it sets our brain diagram for psychologists apart, allowing you to jot down any pertinent information. This space serves as a canvas for recording observations on patient behavior, analyzing brain scans, or providing explanations of their condition for the benefit of both the patient and their loved ones.
If you find our take on a brain diagram designed for your practice helpful, keep reading for information on accessing and downloading a copy.
How does it work?
Step One. Access the Template
Access and download our printable brain diagram template by either:
- Clicking the “Download Template” or “Use Template” button above
- Searching the “Brain Diagram Psychology” in Carepatron’s template library on our app or website
Step Two. Use the Resource
Once you have a copy, you can use the resource in any way. If you need ideas on how and when you can use this template, refer to the “When would you use this Template?” section below.
Step Three (Optional). Take Down Notes
If you find it helpful to take notes on results, observations, etc., you may do so at the provided space at the bottom of the template.
Brain Diagram Psychology Example (sample)
Here’s our example of a brain diagrams PDF template for psychology specialists doubling as a document for the practitioner’s notes on a fictional client. You may use this example as a reference or for education purposes.
Grab a copy of our sample template for offline use by clicking the sample below or the “Download Example PDF” button above.
When would you use this Template?
Suppose you’re a practitioner who utilizes imaging tests such as an MRI, fMRI, and PET scan or when you need to attach electrodes to a patient’s skull to analyze their brain activity. In that case, it’d be helpful if you re-familiarize yourself with the brain structures every so often. That way, you can be more efficient and remain accurate when analyzing the results for a patient or research.
The brain diagram for psychology can also be used to explain to the patient or their family their diagnosis/condition, which part of the brain is causing the why they’re taking a particular medication.
To take down notes
Make the most of the template by using it as a document to write down any notes, findings, or observations you may have. You may also use it as the main resource to which you and fellow practitioners can attach test results and prescriptions for future reference.
Simple to Use
With only the illustration of the brain structure and a dedicated space for notes, you can consider our brain diagram for psychologists one of the simpler yet useful templates you can find.
Provides Insight to the Patient’s Condition
Our template can be useful as a teaching or educational tool for the patient or their loved ones. You can explain to them with visual aids which part of the brain may be the cause of the patient’s symptoms.
Improves Monitoring Process
There’s no harm in being safe than sorry. And if that means you will need a template to study the information you obtained in medical school or write down notes, then by all means, utilize tools to help you out, such as our template.
Fully Digital and Accessible
Since our template is entirely digital, it’s accessible on any device you have. Furthermore, if you download it from the Carepatron app, you can create notes and store them there.
Anatomy and Functions of the Brain Structure
The brain diagram outlines four important cognitive sections, which are the following.
This area is responsible for movement, thinking, reasoning, behavior, memory, and speaking. It is part of the higher cognitive functioning such as problem solving and social interaction, and is the most anterior (front) part of the brain in front of the cerebrum. Damage to this area could result in changes in risk-taking, attention, and other behaviors.
The parietal lobe is all about differentiating between right and left, as well as sensation, reading, and understanding special relationships. This helps with somatic sensory perception, taste, hearing, sight, touch, and smell. It is a major processing hub near the top and centre of the cerebral cortex, which is vital for the senses.
The occipital lobe is key for vision and color blindness. It is located at the back of the skull, and allows humans to perceive movement, facial expressions, words, and other sight-based components. Damage here could result in difficulty recognizing objects, an inability to identify colors, and more visual perception deficits.
The temporal lobe is key for memory, hearing, behavior, and understanding language. It helps your senses understand the world around you, and aids in processing emotions, and helping you access specific memories. In addition to auditory stimuli, it helps with pain assessment. This lobe also houses the hippocampus, which is essential for memory processing. Damage to this area can lead to memory issues, in addition to language and speech perception.
The cerebellum is important for balance, coordination, and muscle control. It contains nerve cells, and is near the bottom of the brain. It is important to compensate for any shifts in body position or posture. At only 10% of the brain's size, it accounts for over 50% of neurons in the brain! It is the core of the brain for motor control and movement function.
The brain stem is vital for many fundamental body functions such as breathing, blood pressure, heart rate, sleep, digestion, and body temperature. It connects your brain to the spinal cord, and sends important signals to the rest of your body for regulation. It is also comprised of the pons for sleep cycles, the medulla for heart rate, and breathing, as well as the midbrain for visual and auditory systems.
Why use Carepatron as your Brain Diagram Psychology app?
Because thousands of psychologists benefit from Carepatron’s features and tools, and you can too!
With software or mobile and desktop-friendly app, you won’t only be able to access, download, fill out, and store your brain diagram designed for psychologists, but you can do so much more. With Carepatron, you improve the caliber of your practice by:
Controlling your Schedule
Our app can help you control your schedule by allowing your patients to request their appointments independently for your approval, integrate your work calendar with our built-in one, and send automated reminders of appointments to your clients via email and SMS.
Managing Clinical Documents
We have over 700 PDF downloadable, editable, and printable templates of medical documents you can utilize. And, if you have any personal documents or other documents you may need, we also have an uploader and scanner.
To add, you do not need to go to another notes app. On Carepatron, you can create notes at your fingertips and store them in our secure, HIPAA-compliant storage.
Handling Online Therapy Payments
You can automate invoice creation, set up automated reminders, and process payments on Carepatron with a few clicks. By reducing the time it takes to be reminded of their due and increasing payment options, people are more likely to pay and be paid on time.
Don’t miss out on the change to streamline your clinical processes and automate tasks. Sign up on Carepatron today!