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Unformatted text preview: Sheet1 Page 1 Results: Total number of questions: 29 Percent correct: 38% Question: Which of the following is NOT part of how the binding problem (the problem that information from different systems Student answered: c) Cells from the different systems oscillate together in the same rhythm. Correct answer: b) Much of the information is combined in a separate area of the brain. Question: With current neuroimaging techniques, we can measure, across the whole brain and without in any way disturbing t Student answered: c) physical structures Correct answer: d) firing rates of neurons Question: Which is NOT a reason that the postsynaptic neuron's initial response may vary in size? Student answered: d) The width of the gap between the presynaptic and postsynaptic cells. Correct answer: d) The width of the gap between the presynaptic and postsynaptic cells. Question: In the drawing above, parts A, B, C and D are Student answered: b) the parietal lobe, the frontal lobe, the temporal lobe and the occipital lobe. Correct answer: b) the parietal lobe, the frontal lobe, the temporal lobe and the occipital lobe. Question: The "all-or-none" law states that: Student answered: d) Single-cell recording can be used only in the study of vision. Correct answer: a) The signal traveling down a neuron's axon does not vary in size. Question: What is NOT an advantage of parallel processing in the visual system? Student answered: c) It provides a simple solution to the binding problem. Correct answer: c) It provides a simple solution to the binding problem. Question: Tong et al. (1998) monitored activity levels in a brain area (the FFA) that seems particularly responsive to pictures o Student answered: b) if a picture of a face was put in front of one eye, and a picture of a place in front of the other, then both b Correct answer: c) brain activity in these two regions depended on what the person was consciously perceiving, and not just w...
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