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1 NEUR 1030 Exam 3 November 21, 2013 PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS! WRITE YOUR NAME ON ALL PAGES OF THE ANSWER SHEET! THE EXAM IS SCORED OUT OF 100 POINTS . THE EXAM IS 7 PAGES LONG, THE ANSWER SHEET IS 8 PAGES . For short answer questions, please keep your response BRIEF! Writing unnecessarily long responses may result in the loss of points. Inadvertently including incorrect content because you wrote too much will result in the loss of points. Place ALL answers on the answer sheet. Only answers on the answer sheet will be graded. If we cannot easily read your answers, you may lose points. When circling an answer choice, please make it very clear what you are circling. The exam isn’t short – please be mindful of time. I have provided the point values so you know how much each question is worth. It may be best to plan your approach to the exam. Please turn in the answer sheet. You may keep the questions. This is a closed-book, closed-notes exam. You are expected to follow all rules of the Brown University Academic and Student Conduct Codes. Here is a relevant excerpt regarding examinations, quizzes and tests: In writing examinations and quizzes, the student is required to respond entirely on the basis of his or her own memory and capacity, without any assistance whatsoever except such as is specifically authorized by the instructor. Cheating on examinations and quizzes can take the forms listed below. The list is not exhaustive. Engaging in other actions that undermine equity and reduce the objectivity of evaluation of student work Having another person take an examination in one’s own name Using unauthorized materials from which one gains unfair assistance during an exam Appropriating an exam or exam materials without authorization Missing an exam in order to gain an advantage Copying other stud ents’ work during an examination
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2 1. (14 pts) Control Systems In class, we focused on developing the feedback system for the control of feeding behavior based on leptin as the control signal. For the exam, I’d like you to consider the short term operational model of feeding based on ghrelin as the controller. a. (2 pts) Ghrelin is an orexigenic hormone released by the stomach. Define orexigenic.
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