COGS11-W10-AF-QuizD

COGS11-W10-AF-QuizD - Name: _ Section Day/Time: _ COGS 11...

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Name: ___________________________________________________ Section Day/Time: ____________________ COGS 11 Quiz D For Questions 1--5, please circle the best answer from the choices given. 1. Why doesn’t Ellen, in the chapter Through the Looking Glass , respond to things in the left side of her visual field? a. Her right primary visual cortex was damaged, so she couldn’t process visual input from the left side b. Her brain damage was caused by a severe car accident in which another car hit her from the left side, so she had a great fear of things on the left c. Her right parietal lobe was damaged, so she couldn’t pay attention to things on the left side d. Her right motor corte 2. What is ‘‘mirror agnosia’’ or ‘‘looking glass syndrome’’? a. Inability to discriminate between the left and right sides of the body b. When you don’t realize that an object shown in a mirror is actually a reflection c. When you look in a mirror but can’t recognize yourself d. A preoccupation with one’s own reflection
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This note was uploaded on 03/02/2010 for the course COGSCI 11 taught by Professor Maryb. during the Spring '10 term at UCSD.

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