Brain & Mind quiz

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MCQ's on main anatomy
Ben Armstrong
Quiz by Ben Armstrong, updated more than 1 year ago
Ben Armstrong
Created by Ben Armstrong almost 8 years ago
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Question 1

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What is the name of the blue lobe?
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  • Parietal
  • Frontal
  • Temporal
  • Occipital

Question 2

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What is the name of the yellow lobe?
Answer
  • Occipital
  • Frontal
  • Temporal
  • Parietal

Question 3

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What is the name of the pink lobe?
Answer
  • Frontal
  • Occipital
  • Temporal
  • Parietal

Question 4

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What is the name of the purple part of the brain?
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  • Occipital lobe
  • Temporal lobe
  • Cerrebellum
  • Brain stem

Question 5

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What is the name of the orange lobe?
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  • Occipital
  • Temporal
  • Parietal
  • Frontal

Question 6

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What is the name of the division between the frontal and parietal lobe?
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  • Central sulcus
  • Inter-hemispheric fissure
  • Posterior sulci
  • Lateral fissure

Question 7

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What divides the Temporal lobe from the Frontal and Parietal lobe?
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  • Lateral fissure
  • Posterior sulci
  • Inter-hemispheric fissure
  • Post-central gyrus

Question 8

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What divides the right from the left hemisphere?
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  • Central Sulcus
  • Parietal Lobe
  • Corpus Colossum
  • Inter-Hemispheric Fissure

Question 9

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What connects the Cerebellum to the rest of the brain?
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  • Midbrain
  • Pons
  • Brain Stem
  • 4th Ventricle

Question 10

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What divides the Occipital lobe from the Parietal lobe?
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  • Posterior Sulci
  • Lateral Fissure
  • Brocha's area
  • Inter-Hemispheric Fissure

Question 11

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What is the name of the gyrus directly in front of the Central Sulcus?
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  • Post-central gyrus
  • Pre-central gyrus
  • Warnicke's area
  • Primary Auditory Cortex

Question 12

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What is the name of the gyrus directly behind the Central Sulcus?
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  • Pre-central gyrus
  • Lateral fissure
  • Post-central gyrus
  • It doesn't have a name

Question 13

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What connects the left and right hemispheres?
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  • Ventricle
  • Basal Ganglia
  • Corpus Collosum
  • Cerebellum

Question 14

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What is the supposed function of the frontal lobe?
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  • Deals with somatosensory information. It is also believed to contain a map of the body with the largest parts containing the most neurons e.g. hands, mouth
  • Deals with auditory information, and contains Warnicke’s area.
  • Deals with visual processing, offering deeper processing due to the distance.
  • Speech Programming But also “Planning” “Executive Functions” and “motor functions”. Also contains Brocha’s area.

Question 15

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What is the supposed function of the Occipital Lobe?
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  • Speech Programming But also “Planning” “Executive Functions” and “motor functions”. Also contains Brocha’s area.
  • Deals with visual processing, offering deeper processing due to the distance.
  • Deals with auditory information, and contains Warnicke’s area.
  • Deals with somatosensory information. It is also believed to contain a map of the body with the largest parts containing the most neurons e.g. hands, mouth

Question 16

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What is the supposed funtion of the Temporal Lobe?
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  • Deals with somatosensory information. It is also believed to contain a map of the body with the largest parts containing the most neurons e.g. hands, mouth
  • Deals with auditory information, and contains Warnicke’s area.
  • Deals with visual processing, offering deeper processing due to the distance.
  • Speech Programming But also “Planning” “Executive Functions” and “motor functions”. Also contains Brocha’s area.

Question 17

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What is the purpose of the Parietal Lobe?
Answer
  • Speech Programming But also “Planning” “Executive Functions” and “motor functions”. Also contains Brocha’s area.
  • Deals with visual processing, offering deeper processing due to the distance.
  • Deals with auditory information, and contains Warnicke’s area.
  • Deals with somatosensory information. It is also believed to contain a map of the body with the largest parts containing the most neurons e.g. hands, mouth

Question 18

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What is the function of the Ventricles?
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  • Helps transfer information between the two hemispheres
  • Contains spinal fluid which maintains pressure for the brain in order to prevent damage
  • Deals with motor control
  • They don't have a purpose

Question 19

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What is the function of the Basal Ganglia?
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  • High level motor regulation
  • Links the Thalmus with the motor cortex
  • Reward and reinforcement
  • All of the options, but mainly high level motor regulation

Question 20

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What is the name of the large pink section?
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  • Cingulate Gyrus
  • Fornix
  • Mammillary body
  • Amygdala

Question 21

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What is the name of the blue section?
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  • Amygdala (Associated with emotion and is one of the oldest parts of our brains)
  • Hippocampus (Associated with Long Term Memory)
  • Offactory Bulb (Associated with smell)
  • Mammillary Bodies (Also associated with memory)

Question 22

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What is the function of the Thalami?
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  • Containing 20 sub nucli, it was originally believed to be the core of processing but is now known as being a gateway between cortex and brainstem.
  • Deals with chemicals as opposed to electronic impulses and is connected to the pituitary gland.
  • High level motor regulation
  • Is the labyrinth of the ear perceives all movement .

Question 23

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What is the function of the Hypothalamus?
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  • Connected to the Pituitary gland, it deals with chemicals as opposed to electronic impulses.
  • Once believed to be the core of processing, it is now known as being a gateway between the cortex and the brain stem.
  • Deals with autonomic motor control, joined with the cortex via the Pons
  • High level motor regulation e.g. eyes, balance, movements

Question 24

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What is the purpose of the Midbrain?
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  • Functioning with the Superior and Inferior Colliculi, it perceives all movement, regulating steadiness of the eye and helps control posture.
  • Connected to the pituitary gland it uses chemicals as opposed to electronic impulses, impacting the entire body.
  • Deals with automated movement sequences and automatic aspects of language, it is unconscious meaning that our lives are lot easier
  • The system at the core of the brain. It is incredibly powerful and impossible to control. It contains our basic animal instincts.

Question 25

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Built up of 50 billion neurons (more than the entire cortex combined) it controls the majority of autonomic functions including driving, walking and talking. It is connected to the rest of the brain via the Pons. What is described?
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  • Hippocampus
  • Hypothalamus
  • Pituitary gland
  • Cerebellum

Question 26

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What is the purpose of Mitochondria within neurons?
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  • Provide structure and clean up cells
  • Produces energy within the neuron
  • Insulate neurons preventing cross fires
  • Incredibly efficient cleaners, digesting dead cells and foreign organisms.

Question 27

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What is the purpose of Astrocytes in relation to neurons?
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  • Provide structure and clean up cells
  • Produces energy within the neuron
  • Insulate neurons preventing cross fires
  • Incredibly efficient cleaners, digesting dead cells and foreign organisms.

Question 28

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What is the funtion of Oligodendrocytes in relation to neurons?
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  • Incredibly efficient cleaners, digesting dead cells and foreign organisms.
  • Insulate neurons preventing cross fires
  • Produces energy within the neuron
  • Provide structure and clean up cells

Question 29

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What is the purpose of Microglia in relation to neurons?
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  • Provide structure and clean up cells
  • Produces energy within the neuron
  • Insulate neurons preventing cross fires
  • Incredibly efficient cleaners, digesting dead cells and foreign organisms.

Question 30

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What is the name of one?
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  • Dentriatic tree
  • Axon
  • Soma
  • Nucleas

Question 31

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What is the name of Two?
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  • Nucleas
  • Axon
  • Synapse
  • Myelin Sheath

Question 32

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What is the name of Three?
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  • Soma
  • Nucleas
  • Axon
  • Denodrite

Question 33

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What is the name of Four?
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  • Soma
  • Myelin Sheath
  • Node of Ranvier
  • Axon

Question 34

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What is the name of Six?
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  • Axon
  • Node of Ranvier
  • Synapse
  • Denodrite

Question 35

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What is the name of Seven?
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  • Node of Ranvier
  • Axon
  • Myelin Sheath
  • Soma

Question 36

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  • Third ventricle
  • Fourth Ventricle
  • Cerebral Aquaduct
  • Lateral Ventricles

Question 37

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  • Fourth Ventricle
  • Third Ventricle
  • Lateral ventricles
  • Cerebral aquaduct

Question 38

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What is three?
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  • Fourth ventricle
  • Cerebral Acquaduct
  • Third Ventricle
  • Lateral Ventricles

Question 39

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  • Cerebral Aquaduct
  • Third Ventricle
  • Fourth Ventricle
  • Lateral ventricles

Question 40

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  • Post-synaptic membrane
  • Pre-synaptic membrane
  • Synaptic cleft
  • Neurotransmitter

Question 41

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  • Synaptic cleft
  • Pre-synaptic membrane
  • Post-synaptic membrane
  • Neurotransmitter

Question 42

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  • Synaptic cleft
  • Post-synaptic membrane
  • Pre-synaptic membrane
  • Receptor site

Question 43

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What is four?
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  • Synaptic cleft
  • Pre-synaptic membrane
  • Neurotransmitter
  • Synaptic Vescle

Question 44

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Which is not proposed as a key component of the mind?
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  • Conscience experiences (Feeling, sentience)
  • Agency (Volition, Free will)
  • Intelligent thought (problem-solving, goal directed)
  • Pineal gland

Question 45

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What is the main principle of dualism?
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  • We only have a mind
  • We only have a brain
  • We have a mind and a brain. Descartes proposed that the Pineal gland is likely to be the link
  • I have a mind but others do not

Question 46

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What do idealist monists believe?
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  • We only have the mind, all of reality is fiction
  • The only things that exist are physical, it's basic physics. We therefore only have a brain
  • We have both a mind and brain
  • We have organs of both internal and external percption

Question 47

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What do materialist monists believe?
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  • We only have a mind
  • We have organs of internal and external perception
  • The only existing things are physical we therefore only have a brain
  • We have both a mind and a brain

Question 48

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What do duel aspect monists believe?
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  • We only have a brain
  • We only have a mind
  • We have organs of both external and internal perception
  • Easy problem- Which brain regions moderate consciousness Hard problem- How do these produce consciousness

Question 49

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Antonio Domasio proposed the core and extended consciousness but what do they mean?
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  • Core - Sense of awareness, alertness of working states Extended - memory, reasoning
  • Core - memory, reasoning Extended - sense of awareness, alertness of working states
  • Core - thinking Extended - senses

Question 50

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What has been hypothesised as the most likely part of the brain to control consciousness?
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  • Cerebellum
  • Basal Ganglia
  • Brain Stem
  • Thalmus

Question 51

Answer
  • Cornea
  • Pupil
  • Lens
  • Iris

Question 52

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What is three?
Answer
  • Iris
  • Pupil
  • Lens
  • Cornea

Question 53

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  • Retina
  • Pupil
  • Iris
  • Lens

Question 54

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What is seven?
Answer
  • Lens
  • Cornea
  • Optic nerve
  • Pupil

Question 55

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The more we get away from the _______________ the _______ information is integrated.
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  • Optic nerve, less
  • Striate cortex, more
  • Retina, less
  • Optic chiasm, more

Question 56

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The right eye is connected to....
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  • The left hemisphere only
  • The right hemisphere only
  • Both the hemispheres
  • Neither

Question 57

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What is NOT a component of the basal ganglia?
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  • Caudate Nucleas
  • Putamen
  • Nucleas Accumbens
  • Cingulate cortex

Question 58

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Which is correct in relation to temporal lobes?
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  • Primary auditory cortex - - Warnicke's area - - Auditory association cortex
  • Motor association cortex - - Brocha's area - - prefrontal cortex
  • Primary visual cortex - - Visual association cortex
  • Somatsosensory cortex - - Assosciation cortex

Question 59

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What is correct in relation to the frontal lobe?
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  • Primary auditory cortex - - Warnicke's area - - Auditory association cortex
  • Motor association cortex - - Brocha's area - - prefrontal cortex
  • Primary visual cortex - - Visual association cortex
  • Somatsosensory cortex - - Assosciation cortex

Question 60

Answer
  • Ear Canal
  • Ear Drum
  • Auditory nerve
  • Cochlea

Question 61

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  • Cochlea
  • Auditory nerve
  • Ear Canal
  • Ear Drum

Question 62

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  • Ear Canal
  • Ear Drum
  • Auditory nerve
  • Cochlea

Question 63

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The ____________ project to the thalmus before they project further towards the _____________.
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  • Auditory Nerve, Primary auditory cortex
  • Ear Canal, Ear Drum
  • Cochlea, Auditory Nerve
  • Malleus, Incus

Question 64

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The primary auditory cortex lies within the _____________ near the Planum Temporale and receives sound frequency input from the ____________ .
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  • Inter-hemispheric fissure, ear drum
  • Lateral fissure, Cochlea
  • Posterior sulus, Malleaus
  • Pre-centeral gyrus, superior temporal cortex

Question 65

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Broca's aphasia is
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  • The individual can fully understand others but cannot articulate words, this is often due to a lesion in the inferior prefrontal cortex
  • The individual cannot understand spoken language very well and they often produce meaningless language, this is often due to lesion in the posterior superior temporal cortex
  • Can produce words but can't comprehend what they're saying
  • Can understand and produce words fairly well but is unable to repeat non-words

Question 66

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Warnicke's aphasia is
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  • The individual can fully understand others but cannot articulate words, this is often due to a lesion in the inferior prefrontal cortex
  • The individual cannot understand spoken language very well and they often produce meaningless language, this is often due to lesion in the posterior superior temporal cortex
  • Can produce words but can't comprehend what they're saying
  • Can understand and produce words fairly well but is unable to repeat non-words

Question 67

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What is the arcuate fasiculus believed to do
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  • Connect Broca's area to Warnicke's area
  • Connect the Auditory cortex to the superior Auditory cortex
  • Connect the frontal lobe to the parietal lobe
  • Connect the left hemisphere to the right

Question 68

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What corticol systems are involved in language production
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  • Motor cortex, premotor cortex and Brocha's area
  • Primary auditory cortex, Warnicke's area and Auditory asociation cortex
  • Post-central gyrus and somatosensory cortex
  • Primary visual cortex, occipital lobe and visual association cortex

Question 69

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Individuals with lesions to the ___________ do not show the augmented startle response. They are unable to recall emotional aspects of stories (Cahill et al. 1995), and less activity in this part of the brain with emotionally arousing words (Isenberg et al. 1999).
Answer
  • Amygdala
  • Fornix
  • Hippocampus
  • Frontal lobe

Question 70

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The ______ hemisphere is more involved than the ________ in expressing emotions. This hemispheric dominance is the same in other mammals.
Answer
  • Right, Left
  • Left, Right

Question 71

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In the 1950s Egas Moniz identified that the _________ isn't important in cognition, he therefore developed a procedure which isolated this lobe. This helped patients with frustration or emotional anguish.
Answer
  • Frontal
  • Occipital
  • Parietal
  • Temporal

Question 72

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______________ are processed in fundamental behaviour networks in which we share with other mammals including the Amygdala and the Hypothalamus
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  • Emotions
  • Feelings
  • Sounds
  • Images

Question 73

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____________ are processed in higher functional structures including the orbitofrontal cortex, cingulate cortex etc dominantly but not exclusively to the right hemisphere.
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  • Emotions
  • Feelings
  • Sounds
  • Images

Question 74

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Which hemisphere has been believed to deal with: language, calculation, reason, speech and analysis?
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  • Left
  • Right

Question 75

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Which hemisphere has been associated with: visuospatial integration, emotion, "heart", synthesis and balance?
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  • Left
  • Right
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