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  1. What is the RIGHT temporal lobe responsible for?
  2. What brain structure is responsible for phonological loop?
  3. What is the LEFT side of the parietal lobe responsible for?
  4. What part of the frontal lobe corresponds with executive functioning and working memory?
  5. What part of the frontal lobe is associated with personality and social behavior?
  1. a Left temporal-parietal
    Left supramarginal gyrus
  2. b overlearned motor routines, and linguistic skills such as reading, writing, and naming objects
  3. c Dorsolateral
  4. d orbitofrontal
  5. e verbal memory and specific language functions such as the comprehension of words

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. right side is involved in such things as directing attention, visual and spatial skills
  2. Medial Temporal lobe
    Diencephalon
    Amygdala
  3. directs eye movements.
    visual memory
  4. control our thoughts, emotions and actions;
  5. apathy

5 True/False questions

  1. What brain structure is responsible for Explicit Long term memory?Medial Temporal lobe
    Diencephalon
    Amygdala

          

  2. If there are lesions to the temporal lobes, what is affected?- Disturbance with selective attention to what we see and hear.
    - Difficulty with identification of, and verbalization about objects.
    - Short-term memory loss.
    - Interference with long-term memory

          

  3. If there is damage to the frontal lobes, what is the result?- Disturbance with selective attention to what we see and hear.
    - Difficulty with identification of, and verbalization about objects.
    - Short-term memory loss.
    - Interference with long-term memory

          

  4. What are the 3 divided areas of the frontal lobes?homeostasis-maintaining body's status quo.
    - maintains blood pressure, emotions, hunger, thirst, fluids, body weight

          

  5. What brain structure is responsible for perceptual representation- priming?Basal ganglia
    Motor Cortex