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5 Matching questions

  1. longitudinal fissure
  2. layers of cranial meninges (from inside out)
  3. brains structure that modifies respiratory activity of medulla oblongata, relays info to cerebellum and sense/motor of cranial nerves for face and internal ear
  4. the telencephalon ultimately forms the ___ of the adult brain
  5. Parkinson's disease
  1. a substantia nigra is damaged or neurons secrete less dopamine causing overactive basal nuclei to increase muscle tone and muscles unable to relax. every mvmt becomes voluntary and mentally trying
  2. b pia mater, arachnoid mater, dura mater
  3. c cerebrum
  4. d pons (middle of brain stem)
  5. e separates the two cerebral hemispheres

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. motivational system, responsible for emotional states and behavioral drives and learning
  2. midbrain (superior part of brain stem)
  3. cerebrum
  4. choroid plexus
  5. type of axon of cerebral white matter, allow communication between hemispheres

5 True/False questions

  1. brain structure that integrates sensory input with motor output subconsciouslyinterventricular foramen


  2. cranial nerves are numbered?based on attachement point on brain moving anterior to posterior (CN I is most anterior and CN XII is the most posterior)


  3. General interpretive area (Wernicke's area)receives info from ALL sensory association areas. essential for personality, integrates info into complex visual and auditory memories


  4. adjusts postural muscles, fine-tunes movements conscious and subconscious based on proprioceptive infocerebral cortex issues command to begin (ie start waking). basal nuclei subconsciously controls mvmts (ie arm and leg motion). cerebral cortex gives command to stop (ie stop walking)


  5. connects the lateral ventricles with the third ventricleinterventricular foramen


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