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NAME (Last, First) ________________________________________ PID ____________________________ FINAL EXAM COGS 17 SPRING 2005 I. TRUE OR FALSE [1 point each – total of 10 pts] __ T__ 1. The sun is considered a primary zeitgeber . __ F__ 2. REM rebound refers to rem-on cells that suddenly become rem-off cells. __ F__ 3. The Mullerian system is the precursor of the internal male sex organs. __ T__ 4. According to the James-Lange theory of emotion, emotions are produced by feedback from physiological responses to situations. __ T__ 5. Some marine animals, such as the bottlenose dolphin, have a sleeping pattern in which one cerebral hemisphere will sleep, allowing the other hemisphere to remain alert. __ F__ 6. Kluver-Bucy Syndrome results from damage to the hippocampus. __ F__ 7. Because the grammar of sign languages is spatial, aphasic disorders in deaf people who use ASL are usually caused by lesions of the right hemisphere. __ T__ 8. Place cells help both humans and animals how to navigate an environment, such as where you live or work. __ F__ 9. Wada tests are used to determine which hemisphere controls dyslexia. __ F___ 10. Schizophrenics tend to have more visual than auditory hallucinations. II. MULTIPLE CHOICE (One answer per question) [1 points each - total of 10 pts] 11. Early onset schizophrenia: A. Begins in occipital cortex B. Spreads laterally C. Involves waves of gray matter loss D. Begins in frontal cortex E. Involves waves of white matter loss
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