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5 Matching questions

  1. auditory association area
  2. two hormones secreted by hypothalamus
  3. association fibers
  4. longitudinal fissure
  5. functions of CSF
  1. a 1-cushioning
    2-support (floats)
    3-transport nutrients, waste and chemical messengers
  2. b monitors auditory cortex and processes the info
  3. c ADH and OXT (antidiuretic hormone and oxytocin)
  4. d type of axon of cerebral white matter, interconnect areas of cerebral cortex within a single hemisphere
  5. e separates the two cerebral hemispheres

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. cerebral cortex issues command to begin (ie start waking). basal nuclei subconsciously controls mvmts (ie arm and leg motion). cerebral cortex gives command to stop (ie stop walking)
  2. dopamine
  3. cerebellum
  4. cerebral cortex
  5. cerebrum

5 True/False questions

  1. functions of hypothalamus1-subconscious skeletal muscle control (sex, rage, pain response)
    2-control autonomic centers in medulla oblongata (HR, BP, RR etc)
    3-nervous/endocrine control through regulatory hormones directed at pituitary gland
    4-secretes two hormones (ADH and OXT)
    5-emotions and behavioral drives (hunger, thirst)
    6-coordinates voluntary and autonomic functions (fight or flight)
    7-body temp regulation
    8-circadian rhythms control

          

  2. Parkinson's diseasesubstantia nigra is damaged or neurons secrete less dopamine causing overactive basal nuclei to increase muscle tone and muscles unable to relax. every mvmt becomes voluntary and mentally trying

          

  3. the telencephalon ultimately forms the ___ of the adult braincerebral cortex issues command to begin (ie start waking). basal nuclei subconsciously controls mvmts (ie arm and leg motion). cerebral cortex gives command to stop (ie stop walking)

          

  4. hemishperic lateralizationeach hemisphere of the cerebrum is responsible for its own set of functions independant from the other hemisphere

          

  5. adjusts postural muscles, fine-tunes movements conscious and subconscious based on proprioceptive infocerebellum