and comes out at night when a person is sound asleep. The bug crawls into the person's ear and keeps on going until it reaches the brain. Very quietly so as not to wake the person, the bug begins to eat away its favorite part of the person's brain. The next morning, as the person gets up, he or she walks to the bathroom in a very clumsy way. The person has no trouble holding the toothbrush but has great difficulty making smooth, circular brushing strokes. At lunch time, the person has no trouble holding a quarter but has great trouble making the fine movements needed to put the quarter into the vending machine's slot. Throughout the day, the person has no trouble starting movements but has difficulty making smooth movements and walks as if drunk.
Which part of the person's brain did the tiny buyg eat away?
Select one: a. Corpus callosum b. Reticular Activating System c. Cerebral cortex d. Cerebellum
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