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Biopsychology Quiz #1 - covering Chapters 1 & 5 1.The major method of cognitive neuroscience is:
2.The cerebral cortex is the outer most layer of the:
3.The Corpus Callosum is:
4.Which of the following is the youngest scientific discipline?
5.Which subdiscipline of Biopsychology is most likely to be identified with the assessment of memory deficits of patients with damage to the frontal portions of the neocortex:
6.In psychophysiology, the usual measure of brain activity is the:
7.Which of the following is not regarded as one of the major divisions of biopsychology?
8.What distinguishes biopsychology from the other subdisciplines of neuroscience?
9.Scientist study past ice ages, evolution, neural inhibition, gravity, evaporation, and thinking by:
10. In Canada, the most comonly used animals for research are:
11. The final stage of the 2-deoxygloucose technique involves:
12. During conventional pavlovian conditioning, the conditional stimulus isrepeatedly present just before the:
13. Which of the following is a contrast X-ray technique?
14. Which of the following subtests of the WAIS involves Cartoon Drawings?
15. Bregma is:
16. IP, SC, and IM are all:
17. Brain damage may produce selective language deficits associated with the sounds, grammar, or meaning of language. In other words, they may disrupt:
18. Most cognitive neuroscientific research is based on the assumption that:
19. In the open-field test, thigmotaxia is often used as a measure of:
20. Electrooculography is a technique for monitoring:
21. Diagram Question 22. A common neuropsychological test of frontal-lobe damage is the: 23. Hypertension is:

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