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Question #1 The  peripheral nervous system  can be divided into  the  a. Autonomic (i.e., self-regulatory) and somatic  (i.e., controlling voluntary movements) divisions b. Autonomic (i.e., controlling voluntary  movements) and somatic (i.e., self-regulatory)  divisions c. Sympathetic (calming) and parasympathetic  (arousing) divisions d. Sympathetic (arousing) and parasympathetic  (calming) divisions  
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Question #2 Modern  studies of the brain gather  information by a. Looking at the pattern of protrusions  on people’s heads b. Examining case studies of brain  damaged individuals c. Using computer imaging techniques d. All of the above e. B and C only  
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Question #3 The fatty substance, myelin, which  covers the length of some neuron’s  axons, is useful because:  a. It protects the neurons from the  dendrites b. It helps speed up neuronal impulses c. It keeps the neurons from degrading d. All of the above  
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Questions #4 and #5 After two weeks of practicing a challenging song  (voice) for two hours a day, the brain area devoted to  this task in Lynn’s brain will likely have:  a. become smaller, since practice made her  better,  and less space is needed  b. become larger, since the brain will devote  more space to regions used frequently  c. stayed the same; brain areas don’t vary  d. fused with several other areas With what course idea is this finding most closely  associated? ___________________
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This note was uploaded on 07/20/2009 for the course PSYCH PSYCH taught by Professor Geiselman during the Fall '09 term at UCLA.

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