5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- cranial nerves
- Wernickes area
- a includes psychologists, biologists, computer scientists physicians and others that research to understand the interactions of molecules inside individual nerve cells that also includes how neural tissue equates to conscious experience.
- b central nervous system
- c 12 pair of nerves that exit the brain directly without passing throught he spinal cord. These nerves control movement of head and neck, carry sensations inward from the eyes nose ears and tongue. These nerves also control various secretions ie tears, saliva and mucus.
- d outnumbers neurons 10:1 in some parts of the brain.
- e Fluent aphasias - able to produce recognisable speech but do not understand what is said to them. Found in a region of the brain that borders on the auditory projection area.
5 Multiple choice questions
- includes the brain and spinal cord working as an integrated unit
- multidisciplinary effort to understand the nature, function and origins of the nervous system.
- crucial for the establishment of new memories
- connects LHem & RHem (transmission fibres)
- brain stem, cerebellum, thalumus, hippocampus
5 True/False questions
Prosopagnosia → Inability to recognise faces even own
Forebrain → weighs 3-4 pounds and is thought to be the most complex known object in the universe
amygdala → plays a pivtol role in triggering and shaping our emotions
Neuroimaging techniques → use measures of brain activity as "markers" of different cognitive processes
primary motor projection area → receiving stations for information arriving from ears, eyes and other sense organs.