5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- medial dorsal
- lemniscus, ALQ, primary somatosensory
- pretectal area,superior colliculus,pulvinar,suprachiasmatic nucleus (of the hypothalamus)
- locus ceruleus, nucleus basalis
- ventral striatum,accumbens,frontal
- a Aside from the LGN, name the four main locations receiving direct input from the retinal ganglia cells.
- b The _________ ________ nucleus of the thalamus is an association nucleus involved with personality, cognition and executive functions.
- c The ventral posteriolateral nucleus (VPL) is a relay from the medial _________ and ______ to the _______ __________ cortex.
- d The ventral tegmental area projects to both the ______ _____ (aka the nucleus _______) for natural rewards, and the ______ cortex which is linked to schizophrenia.
- e Other than the substantia nigra, Parkinson's Disease affects the ________ _________, which secretes norepinephrine, and the ________ _________ of Meynert, which secretes Acetylcholine.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
ID A and B
- _________ fibers are excitatory fibers from the DSCT, CCT, vestibular nuclei and pontine nuclei that synapse on _________ cell dendrites.
- __________ __________ will result in the loss of divergence and vertical gaze centers, causing a classic 'sun-setting sign'.
- The ventral tegmental area produces the _______ used in the reward pathway.
- An _______ (on/off) bipolar cell is inhibited/not excited when light is restricted to the center of its upstream receptive field.
5 True/False Questions
MD → For reflexive movement towards distracting stimuli, information travels to the ________ layers of the superior colliculus and then to the lateral and vertical gaze centers for eye movement.
detached retina, scotoma → The _________ _________ artery supplies the thalamus laterally.
Contralateral homonymous inferior quadrantanopsia →
A lesion at 3 would cause what?
stria terminalis →
Purkinje → For reflexive movement towards distracting stimuli, information travels to the ________ layers of the superior colliculus and then to the lateral and vertical gaze centers for eye movement.