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  1. What is the inferior frontal cortex responsible for?
  2. If there is damage to the frontal lobes, what is the result?
  3. What part of the frontal lobes is correlated to arousal, drive, and motivation?
  4. What is the hippocampus responsible for?
  5. What is declarative memory?
  1. a - 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.
    - Perseveration
    - Inability to focus on task
    - Mood changes (emotionally labile)
    - Changes in social behavior.
    - Difficulty controlling behavior.
    - Changes in personality.
    - Difficulty with problem solving
  2. b medial frontal
  3. c controls smell, instincts and raw emotions
  4. d transfers memories into long-term storage
    files away new memories as they occur
  5. e context-related memory

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. - Disturbance with selective attention to what we see and hear.
    - Difficulty with identification of, and verbalization about objects.
    - Short-term memory loss.
    - Interference with long-term memory
  2. verbal memory and specific language functions such as the comprehension of words
  3. control of bodily sensation, shape, texture, and position
  4. executive dysfunction
  5. disinhibition

5 True/False questions

  1. What is the anterior cingulate gyrus responsible for?directs eye movements.
    visual memory


  2. What brain structure is responsible for episodic memory?Medial Temporal Lobe
    Left Cerebellum


  3. What is the LEFT side of the parietal lobe responsible for?right side is involved in such things as directing attention, visual and spatial skills


  4. What brain structure is responsible for the visual spatial sketchpad?occipital/parietal


  5. What brain structure is responsible for perceptual representation- priming?Basal ganglia
    Motor Cortex


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