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Test 15 Page 1 of 2 Test 15 1. In most right-handed people, the Sylvian fissure in the left hemisphere is longer and runs at a shallower angle than the fissure in the right hemisphere. A) True B) False 2. When reading written text aloud, the visual signals are passed to the angular gyrus at the junction of the ___________, _________and ___________ lobes. 3. A gene critical for normal human language has recently been discovered called FOXP2. What are the known differences between the human version of this gene and the corresponding gene in other primates? Choose the correct option. A) Other primates do not possess this gene B) Two amino acids C) The gene is present in only a small subset of chimpanzees D) The gene is identical in humans and other primates 4. How is the Wada procedure used to demonstrate hemispheric lateralization for speech? Choose the correct option. A) Broca's area is anesthetized to see the impact on speech B) Wernicke's area is anesthetized to see the impact on speech
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