5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Occipital lobe
- frontal lobes
- peripheral nervous system
- two sides of neuropsychology
- a visual processing, primary visual cortex creates what we see and adds edges
- b sits on top of hindbrain - coordinates movement and relays information from senses.
- c scientific discipline and clinical profession
- d initiating modulating and planning behaviour, strategic thinking and problem solving
- e Inlcudes all nerves in the body that most connect with CNS via the spinal cord
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- electrodes on scalp that measure electrical activity during different tasks
- 2 hemispheres; LHem & RHem, connected by corpus callosum
- the relay centre, transmitting information from cortex
- position emission tomography. Injected with radioactive sugar. Active brain cells soak up the sugar = image similar to CAT and MRI.
- caused by damage to the parietal lobes. Damage to the right parietal lobe = neglect to left handside of world ie: forget to brush left side of hair
5 True/False Questions
Techniques used for brain damaged patients → cortical colour blindness, disorders of movement perception ie: see world in snapshots
fMRI - functionimagingal magnetic resonance → use measures of brain activity as "markers" of different cognitive processes
Neuroimaging techniques → use measures of brain activity as "markers" of different cognitive processes
Hindbrain → sits directly on top of the spinal cord - controls key life functions
primary sensory projection areas → the departure point for signals that enter lower parts of the brain and spinal cord resulting in muscle movement. Found at the rearmost edge of the frontal lobe.