5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What part of the frontal lobes is correlated to arousal, drive, and motivation?
- What is the inferior frontal cortex responsible for?
- If the orbitofrontal part of the lobe is affected, what is the clinical syndrome?
- What is the LEFT side of the parietal lobe responsible for?
- What is the LEFT temporal lobe responsible for?
- a medial frontal
- b visual memory
id visual objects
- c overlearned motor routines, and linguistic skills such as reading, writing, and naming objects
- d controls smell, instincts and raw emotions
- e disinhibition
5 Multiple choice questions
- - Inability to plan a sequence of complex movements needed to complete multi-stepped tasks, such as making coffee
- Loss of spontaneity in interacting with others.
- Loss of flexibility in thinking.
- Inability to focus on task
- Mood changes (emotionally labile)
- Changes in social behavior.
- Difficulty controlling behavior.
- Changes in personality.
- Difficulty with problem solving
- Medial Temporal Lobe
- prefrontal cortex
inferior frontal cortex
posterior frontal cortex
- directs eye movements.
5 True/False questions
If the medial frontal part of the lobe is affected, what is the clinical syndrome? → apathy
What is the RIGHT side of the parietal lobe responsible for? → overlearned motor routines, and linguistic skills such as reading, writing, and naming objects
What part of the brain is responsible for emotional reaction to pain? → occipital/parietal
What brain structure is responsible for procedural memory? → Basal ganglia
What brain structure is responsible for the Buffer(integration of info from visual spatial to phonological loop? → frontal lobe