5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- primary motor projection area
- cerebrum and cerebral cortex
- temporal lobes - damage
- The individual brain
- a positioned above medulla and controls timing of sleep and dreams + attentiveness
- b no two identical, localisation of function caries from person to person
- c 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.
- d 2 hemispheres; LHem & RHem, connected by corpus callosum
- e profound amnesia, inability to retain memories of new experiences
5 Multiple choice questions
- central nervous system
- biological psychology / behavioural neuroscience
- found behind forehead
- receiving area for sensory information. Found behind primary motor projection area in the parietal lobe.
- plays a pivtol role in triggering and shaping our emotions
5 True/False questions
agnosias → disruption in production or comprehension of speech.
Broca's area → Fluent aphasias - able to produce recognisable speech but do not understand what is said to them. Found in a region of the brain that borders on the auditory projection area.
2 Neuroimaging techniques → ERP (electrophysiological techniques, functional imaging
Prosopagnosia → Inability to recognise faces even own
Occipital lobe → primary visual cortex - experience of consciously seeing