4 Written questions
4 Multiple choice questions
- A language disorder characterized by slow, laborious speech.
- The section of cortex in which sensory stimulation is projected. It lies just behind the central fissure in the parietal lobe.
- Involved in decision making, problem solving, and planning. Higher mental functions
- Involved in the reception and processing of sensory information from the body.
3 True/False questions
Association areas → Controls body's voluntary muscle movements. Sends commands to the peripheral nervous system.
Motor cortex → Involved in decision making, problem solving, and planning. Higher mental functions
Wernicke's Aphasia → A language disorder characterized by difficulty comprehending the meaning of spoken language