COGS11-W10-MN-QuizE

COGS11-W10-MN-QuizE - c) Occipital lobe d) Temporal lobe 4....

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Quiz E Name: Week 6, 2/8/10 Section day/time: 1. Mrs. Dodds had anosognosia. What was wrong with her? a) She could not recognize people’s faces b) She denied that she had sustained permanent injury c) She only saw objects in her right field of vision d) She could not identify an object until she picked it up 2. What did Ramachandran do to Mrs. Macken that temporarily “cured” her anosognosia? a) Stimulated a part of her brain using an electrode b) Administered a pain relieving drug to her c) Squirted cold water in her left ear d) Had her eat different kinds of exotic fruits 3. In which part of the brain do “musical epilepsies” occur? a) Frontal lobe b) Parietal lobe
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Unformatted text preview: c) Occipital lobe d) Temporal lobe 4. What is forced reminiscence induced by L-Dopa? a) a sudden memory upsurge b) an inability to recall long term memories c) a replacement of old memories with newly formed false memories d) a depleted working memory due to excitation 5. What did the Indian girl, Bhagawhandi, die from? a) heart failure b) a stroke c) a brain tumor d) a car accident 6. Define the terms “repression” and “suggestion” as they relate to psychology. (4 pts) 7. Describe the two neural pathways for emotional auditory memories. Include function, relevant brain structures, and physiological responses when each is activated. (6 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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