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ear transferring a wave on the large tympanic membrane to the small oval window, thereby amplifying the sound. 7b. Would a cochlear implant help patients with middle ear damage? Why or why not? Yes, a cochlear implant would help. The implant completely bypasses the ear and directly stimulates the 8 th nerve fibers electrically. From the choices on the right (labeled 1-7), choose the name of the labeled areas of the human cortex in the picture below. 1) Parietal Association cortex 8a. Labeled area A is _____ 5 _____ 2) Frontal Association cortex 8b. Labeled area B is _____ 4 _____ 3) Visual Cortex 8c. Labeled area C is _____ 6 _____ 4) Somatosensory cortex 8d. Labeled area D is _____ 3 _____ 5) Motor Cortex 6) Auditory cortex 7) Temporal Association cortex
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Unformatted text preview: 8e. Write X(s) on the picture of the brain at the approximate locations where you would expect to see activation in a PET imaging study when you hear the sound of a car horn 8f. Write O(s) on the picture of the brain at the approximate locations where you would expect to see activation in a PET imaging study when you wave your hand (with your eyes closed). 9. Describe the effects on mammalian visual cortex of the following experimental manipulations performed during the critical phase in postnatal development: 9A. Experimentally induced strabismus (misaligned eyes). More segregation of LGN axons from the two eyes into ocular dominance columns than in a normal animal D Central sulcu O B X Demo...
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