5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Four major lobes
- primary sensory projection areas
- temporal lobes - degenerative illness
- a outnumbers neurons 10:1 in some parts of the brain.
- b receiving stations for information arriving from ears, eyes and other sense organs.
- c semantic dementia: increasing difficulty in remembering names of familiar people and objects
- d frontal, parietal, Occipital, temporal
- e the relay centre, transmitting information from cortex
5 Multiple choice questions
- crucial for the establishment of new memories
- position emission tomography. Injected with radioactive sugar. Active brain cells soak up the sugar = image similar to CAT and MRI.
- in frontal lobe - disturbs voluntary actions ie: waving
- disruption in production or comprehension of speech.
- weighs 3-4 pounds and is thought to be the most complex known object in the universe
5 True/False questions
Hippocampus → Embedded within temporal lobe and plays a key role in long term memory and emotion
peripheral nervous system → Inlcudes all nerves in the body that most connect with CNS via the spinal cord
Unilateral neglect → initiating modulating and planning behaviour, strategic thinking and problem solving
neurons → positioned above medulla and controls timing of sleep and dreams + attentiveness
amygdala → found at bottome of hindbrain and controls breathing and blood circulation, helps to maintain balance by controlling head and limb position