Psy101_Sample Quiz 1

Psy101_Sample Quiz 1 - Psychology 101 Dr D L Chute Sample Quiz 1 1 a b c d The inability to recognize familiar faces as a result of brain damage is

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Psychology 101 Dr. D. L. Chute Sample Quiz 1 1. The inability to recognize familiar faces as a result of brain damage is called a. senile dementia. b. agnoproposnia. c. psychic blindness. d. prosopagnosia 2. What are the primary functions of the frontal lobes? a. planning and executive functions b. vision and smell c. hearing and memory d. spatial organization and music appreciation 3. Damage to which lobe of the brain is most likely to result in poor spatial ability, constructional apraxia, somatosensory deficits, and/or prosopagnosia? a. Frontal b. Temporal c. Parietal d. Occipital Use the drawing below in answering the next 4 questions.
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4. Cases like that of HM and data from experimental studies show that the hippocampus is important in memory. This paleocortical structure is illustrated by a. #1 b. #2 c. #3 d. #9 5. Lesions of the limbic system may result in a syndrome (Klüver-Bucy) of inappropriate sexuality or rage due to bilateral lesions of the: a. hippocampus b. amygdala c. corpus callosum d. reticular formation 6. The neural region associated with Klüver-Bucy syndrome is structure: a. #1 b. #2 c. #4 d. #9 7. The coordinator of relatively precise movements, such as typing or “mousing” is the cerebellum illustrated by structure: a. #9 b. #10 c. #11 d. #12 8. The mental processes of perception, memory, language usage, and problem solving refer to a. subjective experiences. b. unconscious experiences. c. cognition. d. introspection. 9. The subject matter of psychology a. is limited to processes that can be clearly observed and measured. b. is limited to mental and information processing phenomena. c. is primarily the unconscious processes of the human mind. d. includes biological, psychological, and social processes.
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Use the drawing below in answering the next 5 questions. 10. The pituitary gland (hypophysis) regulates many of the body’s hormones under the control of the hypothalamus. The pituitary is illustrated at: a. #3 b. #4 c. #6 d. #13 11. The hypothalamus is important in controlling homeostasis and is illustrated by structure: a. #3 b. #5 c. #10 d. #12 12. The reticular formation responsible for arousal is illustrated by structure: a. #2 b. #6 c. #10 d. #11 13. The corpus callosum a. activates the organism when aroused b. accounts for strong emotions like rage c. provides communication between the hemispheres d. all of the above
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14. The corpus callosum is illustrated by structure: a. #4 b. #6 c. #8 d. #12 Use the drawing below in answering the next 3 questions. 15. Wernicke’s area (language reception) is marked at a. #1 b. #3 c. #4 d. #6 16. Broca’s area (language expression) is marked at a. #1 b. #3 c. #5 d. #6 17. The Angular Gyrus (writing, mathematics) is marked at a. #2 b. #3 c. #4 d. #5
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18. Reuptake and degradation are processes by which a. the effect of neurotransmitters is terminated. b.
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This note was uploaded on 10/11/2010 for the course PAY PSY 101 taught by Professor Chute during the Fall '10 term at Drexel.

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Psy101_Sample Quiz 1 - Psychology 101 Dr D L Chute Sample Quiz 1 1 a b c d The inability to recognize familiar faces as a result of brain damage is

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