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Use the following to answer questions 1-4:For each researcher listed, choose the MOST appropriate alternative from the list below.a. constructed animal models of disconnection syndromesb. hypothetized conduction aphasiac. studied “split-brain” patientsd. defined disconnection syndromes1.Wernicke ___2.Sperry ___3.Mishkin ___4.Geschwind ___Use the following to answer questions 5-8:Technical vocabulary is important in understanding neuropsychology articles. Show your skill bymatching each technical term with the correct alternative from the list below.a. lack of sense of smellb. inability to make coordinated voluntary movementsc. difficulty copying geometric designsd. inability to read5.apraxia ___6.acopia ___7.anosmia ___8.alexia ___9.Could one reproduce Downer's experiment with commissurotomy patients? If no, why not?Page 1
10.What do discussions regarding disconnecting cognitive functions conclude about the concept of localization of function within the brain?11.Identify the three major types of fiber pathways found in the neocortex.12.Speculate in an informed manner as to why the corpus callosum evolved. (Not all mammals have one, by the way—marsupials do not have a corpus callosum.)13.What is meant by the term topographic with respect to callosal organization?14.What is the “zipper hypothesis”?15.Describe the three general classes of projections of corpus callosal fibers.16.Explain the effects of early musical training on brain connectivity.17.How would Liepmann account for apraxia of the left hand only? (Hint: a diagram may prove useful.)18.What is the therapeutic value of the severing of commissures in the treatment of epilepsy?19.Compare the verbal naming responses of commissurotomy patients with visual stimuli flashed to the left- and right-visual fields.20.Discuss the ability of a blindfolded commissurotomy patient to verbally identify three-dimensional objects placed into either the left or right hand.