COGS11-W10-MN-Quiz B

COGS11-W10-MN-Quiz B - Quiz B Week 3, 1/22/10 Name: Section...

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Quiz B Name: Week 3, 1/22/10 Section day/time: 1. What was different about Dr. P.? (1 pt) a) He could not visually recognize faces or objects, only perceiving objects through a characteristic tune or outstanding feature. b) He had severe amnesia and could no longer complete tasks that required completion of multiple steps over a period of time. c) He had a painful phantom limb that gave him the sensation that his fingernails were digging into his palm. d) He had a complex understanding of numerical concepts but had an inability to perform simple math functions correctly. 2. Circle the correct definition of retrograde amnesia. (1 pt) a) Inability to recall events involving a particular person b) Inability to recall events that occurred during the amnesia-inducing accident c) Inability to recall events that, at the time, had utilized a certain sensory organ d) Inability to recall events that occurred before onset of amnesia 3. What is proprioception? (1 pt) a) The sense of awareness of one’s body by info from joints, muscles and tendons
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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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COGS11-W10-MN-Quiz B - Quiz B Week 3, 1/22/10 Name: Section...

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