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YOUR NAME__________________________ Student ID#_________________ 1 NPB 100 MIDTERM 2 SPRING, 2005 Your signature______________________ Question Score Total 1 12 2 15 3 12 4 25 5 25 6 7 7 4 TOTAL 100
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YOUR NAME__________________________ Student ID#_________________ 2 Question 1. (12 points) In class we discussed two different central pattern generator circuits. 1a. (4 points) Draw the circuit for one of these central pattern generators. 1b. (4 points) On the lines shown below, draw the pattern of action potentials in each cell. 1c. (4 points) Explain how the pattern you drew in 1b. is generated by this circuit. Question 2. (15 points) A patient receives a knife wound at the level of her shoulders that completely severs the right side of her spinal cord, but does not affect the left side. 2a. (3 points) Will she perform better on a two-point discrimination task on her right foot or on her left foot? 2b. (9 points) If she drops a burning hot iron on her right foot, which sensations will she feel in her right foot? CIRCLE AS MANY ANSWERS AS ARE CORRECT! sharp pain touch heat pressure burning pain vibration 2c. (3 points) Which sensation will she feel first?__________________________ GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE
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YOUR NAME__________________________ Student ID#_________________ 3 Question 3. (12 points) Note: this experiment is identical to the one we talked about in class and was also discussed in your textbook.
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