D. None of these
Correct Answer: D. None of these
Detail about MCQs
The activities like sleeping, walking, and dreaming are controlled by different parts of the brain. Specifically:
• Sleeping is regulated by various areas of the brain, including the hypothalamus and brainstem.
• Walking and coordination are primarily controlled by the cerebellum.
• Dreaming involves complex neural activity that is not localized to a single brain region but involves various areas of the brain, including the cerebral cortex.So, the correct answer is D. None of these, as no single part of the brain exclusively controls all of these activities. They are the result of coordinated activity across multiple brain regions.