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Study Guide 04 Sensory Disorders and Parietal Lobe ***Use Chapter 14 and Lecture Videos as a Resource in Completing this Study Guide. 1. What are the anterior, posterior, and lateral boundaries of the parietal cortex? 2. What is the most posterior Brodmann’s Area in parietal cortex? 3. Your patient has had a stroke involving the left parietal cortex, particularly areas 1, 2, and 3 and the adjacent cortex. What is your expectation regarding possible sensory and perceptual defects, and how would you test for this? 4. What are three dorsal stream projections from parietal cortex to the other lobes? What is the function of each? 5. How did the experiments by Andersen and colleagues suggest a role for the posterior parietal cortex in thought and intention? (The answer to this question is in your textbook Chapter 14, pg. 380-381). 6. What is the role of the parietal cortex in spatial navigation? (The answer to this question is in your textbook Chapter 14, pg. 382).
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  • Spring '14
  • ElizabethS.Browning
  • Neuropsychology, Parietal lobe, parietal cortex, posterior parietal cortex

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