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Page 1 Exam 1 Practice questions Trainor 1. A neuron that receives an excitatory postsynaptic potential (EPSP) will become A) refractory B) depolarized C) hyperpolarized D) apoptotic 2. In the central nervous system, which type of cell improves the speed of neuronal transmission? A) oligodendrocytes B) Schwann cells C) Nodes of Ranvier D) microglia 3. The physiological activity of the brain can be visualized using A) PET. B) CT. C) MRI. D) electron microscopy. 4. Which part of the brain is generally not affected by Alzheimer's disease? A) frontal lobe of the cerebral cortex B) parietal lobe of the cerebral cortex C) temporal of the cerebral cortex D) cerebellum 5. A mouse learns to associate a bell with an air puff directed at its eye via classical conditions. If the cerebellum is damaged after this association is made, then the mouse A) will salivate in response to the bell B) will respond to the bell with increased neural activity in the trigeminal nucleus C) will respond to the bell with eye blink
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