5 Written questions
4 Matching questions
- primary sensory projection areas
- frontal lobes
- a initiating modulating and planning behaviour, strategic thinking and problem solving
- b proposed every action by an organism was a response to an external event that excites the senses that then excites a nerve that transmits the excitation to the brain that in turn diverts the excitation to the muscle and makes the muscle contract. In other words "reflex". Thought of humans as machines.
- c plays a pivtol role in triggering and shaping our emotions
- d receiving stations for information arriving from ears, eyes and other sense organs.
5 Multiple choice questions
- fine motor control (largest part of hindbrain)
- use measures of brain activity as "markers" of different cognitive processes
- central nervous system
- unable to identify familar objects ie. visual agnosia unable to identify a fork but knows what it is when holding it.
- Map brain regions damaged, examine behaviour, draw conclusion about function of damaged region and TMS Transcranial Magnetic stimulation
5 True/False questions
aphasias → disruption in production or comprehension of speech.
brain stem → weighs 3-4 pounds and is thought to be the most complex known object in the universe
Forebrain → the largest part of the brain and makes humans who we are ie: complex thought and ability to use language. Beliefs, memories and coping style and emotional reactions are established and controlled from the forebrain
Phineas Gage → found behind forehead
CNS includes → brain - hindbrain, midbrain, forebrain and spinal cord