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5 Matching questions

  1. neural cortex
  2. each cerebral hemisphere reveives info and sends info to the ___ side of the body
  3. longitudinal fissure
  4. ventricles of brain
  5. primary sensory cortex
  1. a located in cerebrum, receive somatic sensory info from receptors for touch, pressure, pain, vibration, taste and temp
  2. b separates the two cerebral hemispheres
  3. c opposite
  4. d layer of gray matter covering the cerebrum and cerebellum
  5. e two lateral vetricles, septum pellucidum, third ventricle, fourth ventricle

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. choroid plexus
  2. interventricular foramen
  3. cerebellum
  4. ADH and OXT (antidiuretic hormone and oxytocin)
  5. dopamine

5 True/False questions

  1. controls conscious thought, intellect, memory processing, complex skeletal muscle movementcerebrum

          

  2. relays sensory info to thalamus, contains auronomic centers for regulation of visceral function (HR, BP, RR, digestive, etc)medulla oblongata (inferior brain stem)

          

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

          

  4. 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

          

  5. hippocampus (limbic)relay sensory info to the basal nuclei and cerebral cortex. acts as a filter sending only necessary sensory input

          

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