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Module 4 Chapter 12 - Anatomy & Physiology
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Which of the following is not considered to play a role in the transfer of memories from STM (short-term memories) to LTM (long-term memories)?
Which of the following statements concerning epilepsy is incorrect?
It is associated with intellectual impairment.
Which of the following is not commonly associated with coma?
While several animals have a language of sorts that allows signaling, the human language is quite unique, involving multiple interconnected areas of the brain. Which of the following areas is not involved in language?
All of these areas are involved in language and indicate why the development of language is so unique amongst animals.
Identify the type of brain waves indicated by "A."
Identify the type of brain waves indicated by "B."
Identify the type of brain waves indicated by "C."
Identify the type of brain waves indicated by "D."
Which of the following is false with regard to the blood brain barrier?
The blood brain barrier is strengthened in newborn infants to add extra protection to the developing brain.
Match the EEG brain wave pattern with its correct description: Theta waves.
Common in children; uncommon in awake adults, but may appear when concentrating
Which of the following is correct regarding the REM stage of sleep?
Oxygen use by the brain is greater than during the awake state.
If you are having a conversation with a person, excuse yourself for five minutes, and come back and the person no longer knows you, the person could be suffering from __________.
Match the EEG brain wave pattern with its correct description: Alpha waves.
Indicate a brain that is "idling"; a calm, relaxed state of wakefulness
Which statement about language is incorrect?
All of the association areas on the right side of the cerebral cortex are involved in language.
Clinically, consciousness is defined on a continuum that grades behavior in response to stimuli. Which of the following does not belong to this continuum of consciousness?
Match the dural septum with its description: A large sickle-shaped fold that dips into the longitudinal fissure between the cerebral hemispheres. Anteriorly, it attaches to the crista galli of the ethmoid bone.
Match the EEG brain wave pattern with its correct description: Delta waves.
Seen during deep sleep, during anesthesia; indicate brain damage in awake adults
Blockage of the interventricular foramen might lead to increased cerebrospinal fluid in which ventricle(s)?
Which of the following is the middle layer of the meninges?
Match the EEG brain wave pattern with its correct description: Beta waves.
Occur when we are mentally alert, as when concentrating on some problem or visual stimulus
Which of the following is not a stage of sleep?
Select the substance that can cross the blood brain barrier by simple diffusion.
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