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Chapter 13 - Chapter 13 - The Peripheral Nervous System and...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style Chapter 13 - The Peripheral Nervous System and Reflex Activity $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 Sensory Receptors Nerves and Ganglia Cranial and Spinal Nerves Motor Activity and Reflex Arcs Spinal Reflexes FINAL ROUND
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Sensory Receptors: $100 Question Nociceptors respond to what type of stimulus? a. Touch b. Sound c. Vibration d. Pain BACK TO GAME ANSWER
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Sensory Receptors: $100 Answer Nociceptors respond to what type of stimulus? a. Touch b. Sound c. Vibration d. Pain BACK TO GAME
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Sensory Receptors: $200 Question Receptors located in our skeletal muscles, tendons, and joints are classified as ________. a. baroreceptors b. nociceptors c. proprioceptors d. interoceptors BACK TO GAME ANSWER
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Sensory Receptors: $200 Answer Receptors located in our skeletal muscles, tendons, and joints are classified as ________. a. baroreceptors b. nociceptors c. proprioceptors d. interoceptors BACK TO GAME
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Sensory Receptors: $300 Question An example of an unencapsulated receptor is a ________. a. Merkel disc b. Meissner’s corpuscle c. Pacinian corpuscle d. Ruffini ending BACK TO GAME ANSWER
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Sensory Receptors: $300 Answer An example of an unencapsulated receptor is a ________. a. Merkel disc b. Meissner’s corpuscle c. Pacinian corpuscle d. Ruffini ending BACK TO GAME
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Sensory Receptors: $400 Question Ascending pathways make up which level of sensory integration? a. Receptor level b. Circuit level c. Perpetual level d. Transduction BACK TO GAME ANSWER
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Sensory Receptors: $400 Answer Ascending pathways make up which level of sensory integration? a. Receptor level b. Circuit level c. Perpetual level d. Transduction BACK TO GAME
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Sensory Receptors: $500 Question The two-point discrimination test is performed to measure the quality of which type of discrimination? a. Magnitude b. Spatial c. Perceptual d. Pattern BACK TO GAME ANSWER
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Sensory Receptors: $500 Answer The two-point discrimination test is performed to measure the quality of which type of discrimination? a. Magnitude b. Spatial c. Perceptual d. Pattern BACK TO GAME
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Nerves and Ganglia: $100 Question Nerves that only carry information to the CNS are classified as ________. a. afferent b. efferent c. mixed d. spinal BACK TO GAME ANSWER
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$100 Answer Nerves that only carry information to the CNS are classified as ________. a. afferent
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