1. “All things are created twice; first mentally; then
physically.”-Stephen Covey, 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

 

The simple flow of
movement typing the answers for this exam requires the coordination of the thinking process which is the role of the
upper motor neuron and the execution
process, the role of the upper motor neuron. The thinking process occurs in
the cortex of the cerebrum, the home of the upper motor neurons which journeys
down to the spinal cord. Lower motor neurons act as the signal conduit between the upper motor
neurons and the skeletal muscles to be innervated.  The
upper and lower motor neuron are linked with interneurons in the spinal cord
and hence lower motor neurons originate in this region and extend to the
muscle.