I've been trying to find some very specific information about the workings of the Human Brain. I've tried going through Wikipedia reading about each part, but many of the terms are confusing (I'm obviously not an expert) and they aren't organized in any way which is helpful to me. I've learned some basic things (It's been a while, I'll probably get something wrong here), like that memory is the managed in the hippocampus, that the Thalamus System is where all (or most) inputs from our sense first come through, and some basic info on the various cortices. But there are many parts I still don't understand, like the Cerebellum, or where muscle impulses come from, how memory is formed stored, where information goes after it passes through the Thalamus. I don't even know what the Thalamus does. I was hoping that making this thread here will attract some experts to lend me a hand in my search. Any of my questions answered would be most helpful. To get an understanding of what I know: Not much of biology aside from the basics. I have about a high school level of understanding in biology with a bit of extra knowledge here and there. But I'm currently in my 2nd year of University. - Thanks.