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Unformatted text preview: Name_________________________ ID _________________________ 1 Prelim 2 VERSION 1 HD 220: The Human Brain and Mind I expect you to adhere to the Universitys Code of Academic Integrity. This includes students not misrepresenting their own work and during in-class examinations not using, giving, or receiving any assistance or information not given in the examination or by the proctor. No student may take an examination for another student. Please put your name and Cornell ID on the front page and your name on each page. This is to ensure that we give you credit for the entire exam in case pages become unstapled. Each question is worth 2 points unless indicated otherwise. Please do not open exam until proctor indicates time has begun. For Grader Use Only Page Points Available Points received Scantron 50 9 9 (+1 EC) 10 11 11 11 12 8 (+2 EC) 13 4 (+1 EC) 14 4 (+1 EC) 15 8 16 4 17 8 18 8 Total 125 (+5 EC) Name ______________________ VERSION 1 2 KEY Lectu re Question A n s . t y p e p t A 1. Which of the following is true about cochlear implants? a. Cochlear implants are implanted into the auditory cortex in order to bypass the auditory nerve. b. Cochlear implants involve inserting a device into the cochlear nucleus in the brainstem c. Cochlear implants take advantage of the systematic organization of the tonotopic map in the inner ear. d. Upon implantation of a cochlear implant a deaf person can only hear very loud sounds, but after practice can begin to hear even very quiet whispers. c C 2 9 9 M 2. Which of the following is true regarding spinal cord injury? a. Quadriplegia refers to paralysis in the lower and upper body b. Spinal cord injury usually affects the ability to move muscles but not sensation from those areas. c. Paraplegia refers to paralysis in the lower and upper body d. None of the above is true. a C 2 9 7 S 3. Somatosensory information is carried from the body into the CNS by: a. corticospinal tract b. ventral-root ganglion neurons c. dorsal-root ganglion neurons d. gamma somatosensory neurons c C 2 9 6 M 4. The spinal cord functions in: a. Conveying sensory and motor information between the brain and body. b. Gait. c. Reflexive behaviors. d. All of the above. e. a and c only. d C 2 9 Name ______________________ VERSION 1 3 KEY S 5. Which of the following is true about pain processing? a. Pain sensation and pressure sensation ascend to the brain along similar pathways and so are almost always damaged together. b. Pain receptors are usually attached to hairs in our skin. c. Pain information, unlike other sensory stimuli, does not stop in the thalamus before synapsing in the cortex. d. Pain, unlike other touch stimuli, does NOT cross to the opposite side of the brain....
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