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5 Matching questions

  1. visual association area
  2. association fibers
  3. the midbrain, pons and medulla oblongata make up the ___ ___
  4. how learned movement patterns work in the brain
  5. functions of Rt hemsiphere
  1. a 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)
  2. b monitors visual cortex and interprets results (visual cortex allows you to see a string of letters, association area processes them allowing you to read)
  3. c recognizes faces, emotions, 3D relationships
  4. d type of axon of cerebral white matter, interconnect areas of cerebral cortex within a single hemisphere
  5. e brain stem

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. cerebrum
  2. each hemisphere of the cerebrum is responsible for its own set of functions independant from the other hemisphere
  3. receives info from ALL sensory association areas. essential for personality, integrates info into complex visual and auditory memories
  4. monitors auditory cortex and processes the info
  5. pad and stabilize position of brain

5 True/False questions

  1. primary motor cortexlocated in cerebrum, directs voluntary movement by controlling somatic motor neurons in the brain stem and spina cord


  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. functions of basal nuclei (in cerebrum)Logic, analytics, math, speech, reading, writing, decision-making


  4. Parkinson's diseasesubstantia 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. auditory cortexreceives info about taste


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