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5 Matching questions

  1. primary sensory cortex
  2. brain structure that processes visual and auditory sensations, somatic reflexes and maintains consciousness
  3. auditory association area
  4. association fibers
  5. gustatory cortex
  1. a located in cerebrum, receive somatic sensory info from receptors for touch, pressure, pain, vibration, taste and temp
  2. b midbrain (superior part of brain stem)
  3. c monitors auditory cortex and processes the info
  4. d type of axon of cerebral white matter, interconnect areas of cerebral cortex within a single hemisphere
  5. e receives info about taste

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. primary brain vesicles
  2. recognizes faces, emotions, 3D relationships
  3. dopamine
  4. 1-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
  5. in temporal lobe of cerebrum, receives info about smell

5 True/False questions

  1. primary motor cortexlocated in cerebrum, directs voluntary movement by controlling somatic motor neurons in the brain stem and spina cord

          

  2. cranial nerves are numbered?type of axon of cerebral white matter, allow communication between hemispheres

          

  3. the major region of the brain used for memory, intelligence and complex motor functioncerebrum

          

  4. portion of the neural cortex (gray matter) that covers the cerebrumcerebellar cortex

          

  5. the thalamus and the hypothalamus make up thediencephalon