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5 Matching questions

  1. hippocampus (limbic)
  2. Parkinson's disease
  3. auditory cortex
  4. portion of the neural cortex (gray matter) that covers the cerebrum
  5. visual cortex
  1. a in temporal lobe of cerebrum, receives info about hearing
  2. b cerebral cortex
  3. c part of the limbic system important in learning, storing memories
  4. d in occipital lobe of cerebrum, receives visual info
  5. e 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

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. receives info from ALL sensory association areas. essential for personality, integrates info into complex visual and auditory memories
  2. based on attachement point on brain moving anterior to posterior (CN I is most anterior and CN XII is the most posterior)
  3. cerebral 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)
  4. each hemisphere of the cerebrum is responsible for its own set of functions independant from the other hemisphere
  5. Logic, analytics, math, speech, reading, writing, decision-making

5 True/False questions

  1. functions of Rt hemsipherepad and stabilize position of brain


  2. relays sensory info to thalamus, contains auronomic centers for regulation of visceral function (HR, BP, RR, digestive, etc)medulla oblongata (inferior brain stem)


  3. neural cortex (gray matter) that covers cerebellumcerebral cortex


  4. CSF is produced at the ___ ___type of axon of cerebral white matter, interconnect areas of cerebral cortex within a single hemisphere


  5. visual association arearegions of the cerebral cortex that monitor, interpret and process incoming data


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