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Unformatted text preview: A. ablation of the pons. B. ablation of the basal ganglia. C . ablation of the hippocampus . D. ablation of the occipital lobe. Ataxia (coordination problem), is often associated with A. damage to the motor cortex. B. damage to the cerebellum . C. damage to the pyramidal tracts. D. damage to the occipital lobe. The medulla oblongata A. contains numerous vital respiratory & cardiovascular centers . B. contains the facial nuclei. C. acts as a relay center for the cortex. D. is the most advanced region of the brain. Releasing and inhibiting hormones that regulate the master gland (pituitary) are produced in the A. hypothalamus . B. pons. C. pineal gland. D. basal nuclei. Which of the following is used to map neuronal electrical activity with scalp electrodes? A. MEG B. PET C. EEG D. MRI...
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- Fall '05