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uclaFinalQuetions188BF09

uclaFinalQuetions188BF09 - MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS 1 The...

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MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS 1. The most common reason for severing the corpus callosum is to: a. Stop the spread of seizures from one hemisphere to another in patients with generalized epilepsy b. Stop the spread of seizures within a hemisphere in patients with focal epilepsy c. Improve motor abilities in Parkinson’s patients d. Allow for the study of hemispheric specialization in humans e. Improve memory in Alzheimer’s patients 2. Cutting the optic chiasm results in: 3. Acquired language deficits are MOST LIKELY to occur in damage to the region of the left hemisphere supplied by the
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