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Biology 100 Fall 2010 Paper Test 3 Version A, Page 1 Drs. Robert Pozos, Cheryl Okumura, Nekeisha Nogal, and Katrina Yamazaki Advice: Answer the easy questions first, then go back and do the hard ones. Read the entire question and all the possible answers before answering. Good luck! When you finish the exam, return both the scantron and your exam paper . Failure to do so will result in a zero. Name:_________________________________________________________ Red ID:________________________________________________________ 1) Which of the following cells are neurons? A) hair cells in your ear B) rods in your eye C) cells with axons and dendrites in your brain D) cells that control the voluntary movement of muscle fibers E) all of these are correct 2) Which event would impair the transfer of information from short-term to long-term memory? A) an accident causes damage to your frontal cortex B) drinking 3-4 shots of vodka C) drinking 2-3 espressos D) not getting enough sleep E) all of these are correct 3) In class, we did an exercise with short-term memory. Why were some people convinced that the word “sweet” was on the list of words read, even though it wasn’t? A) some people retain less information in their short-term memory than others B) a lot of the words on the list related to candy and dessert, and some people made an association C) some people might have damage to their hippocampus, impairing their short-term memory D) some people might have a defect in long-term potentiation E) the word “sweet” was really on the list, the lecturer was trying to trick us 4) Why does brain damage due to a traumatic injury or disease lead to memory loss? A) the process of LTP is inhibited in the brain after injury B) neuronal death leads to loss of association between different parts of the brain C) the number of synapses decrease, consolidating information D) acetylcholine production decreases, impairing learning E) neuronal death leads to decreased neurotransmitter production in the synaptic vesicles 5) Which of the following negatively affects long-term memory formation? A) neurotransmitters B) acetylcholine C) caffeine D) new synapse formation E) long-term potentiation 6) Which of the following sounds can damage your hearing the most due to the amplitude of the sound wave? A) listening to your iPod at 20% volume B) getting guitar feedback when playing with your garage band C) studying in a library D) going to a concert at the Viejas Arena E) hearing squeaky brakes on a car 7) Which of the following people would not experience activation of their auditory cortex? A) a tone deaf person B) a person with a cochlear implant C) a person born with no hair cells in their ear D) a person with extra small pinna (outer ears) E) a person with perfect pitch
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Biology 100 Fall 2010 Paper Test 3 Version A, Page 2 For questions 8-11, please fill in the table with the appropriate answer. Receives Blood From
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This note was uploaded on 12/16/2010 for the course BIO 100 taught by Professor Mclenehan during the Fall '08 term at San Diego State.

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