COGS11-W10-MN-Quiz C

COGS11-W10-MN-Quiz C - Left cerebral hemisphere b) Lateral...

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Quiz C Name: Week 4, 1/25/10 Section day/time: 1. What happened to Diane (DF) after she had carbon monoxide poisoning? (1 pt) a) She could not hear but she could distinguish different tones perfectly b) She could not taste but she could identify different foods easily c) She could not see but she could reach and grab things without problem d) She could not move her feet while sitting but she could walk once she started moving 2. Aphasiacs can NOT understand _________, but can understand _________. (1 pt) a) their own emotions, other people’s emotions b) words, contextual meanings c) written language, spoken language d) real people, voice-simulated people 3. Mr. MacGreggor lost integration of his vestibular, proprioceptive and visual systems due to what disease? (1 pt) a) Parkinson’s b) Huntington’s c) Korsakov’s d) Creutzfeldt-Jakob’s 4. If a patient experiences hemi-neglect and they don’t perceive things in their left visual field, then the brain damage has occurred to their… (1 pt) a)
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Unformatted text preview: Left cerebral hemisphere b) Lateral superior temporal c) Medial inferior occipital d) Right cerebral hemisphere 5. Why dont we perceive the blind spot caused by the optic nerve blocking our retinas? (1pt) a) The retina isnt completely blocked so we see through the spot b) The visual system fills in the missing information from the blocked spot c) We do perceive it- thats why things look darker in some parts of our vision d) The light gets reflected onto other parts of the retina 6. Describe the zombie in your brain. Name 2 senses that the zombie knows and you dont. (3 pts) SEE BACK 7. The posterior parietal association cortex (PPAC) helps you know ___________ an apple is with respects to your hand. It is involved with ___________-motor information processing. (2 pts) 8. What is the Ebbinghaus Illusion? How do we know that it only fools our vision? What does it tell us about the pathways for processing visual information? (5 pts)...
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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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