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PSB3340 Practice Exam 3   1) Stimulus-response learning involves the ability to A) make an association between two stimuli. B) learn to adjust behavior according to its consequences. C) train a sensory system to detect accurately the location of a stimulus. D) exhibit a specific behavior in the presence of a specific stimulus. E) identify and categorize objects. 2) The perforant pathway A) is the major output of the hippocampus. B) is another name for the fornix. C) interconnects the entorhinal cortex with the granule cells of the dentate gyrus. D) interconnects the CA1 and CA3 fields of the hippocampus. E) interconnects the granule cells of the dentate gyrus with the amygdala. 3) Simple perceptual learning involves A) the recognition of particular stimuli or categories of stimuli. B) the ability to associate a new stimulus with an old reflex. C) changes in the outputs of the motor system. D) learning how to respond to a particular stimulus. E) the capacity to associate sensory and motor stimuli. 4) The dorsal stream of visual association cortex continues into the posterior parietal cortx and carries information relating to ________ . A) object location B) object recognition C) object shape D) object density E) object color 5) Instrumental conditioning involves strengthening connections between A) the dorsal and ventral streams. B) a neutral stimulus and a stimulus that produces a reflexive response. C) two stimuli. D) the lateral and central nuclei of the amygdala. E) circuits that detect a stimulus and motor control circuits that produce a response. 6) The most profound symptom of Korsakoff's syndrome is A) total amnesia. B) auditory and visual hallucinations. C) delirium tremens. D) combative behavior E) anterograde amnesia. 7) ________ is the process by which immediate memories are transformed into long-term memories. A) Synaptogenesis B) Consolidation C) Hebbian reverberation D) Confabulation E) Potentiation
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8) People with anterograde amnesia are deficient in A) nondeclarative memory. B) declarative memory. C) short-term memory. D) procedural memory. E) motor memory. 9) Damage to which of the following brain areas disrupts spatial learning? A) the frontal cortex B) the amygdala C) the neocortex D) the hippocampus E) the anterior commissure 10) A person who unintentionally reports a memory of an event that did not take place is said to show A) confabulation. B) consolidation.
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This note was uploaded on 11/23/2011 for the course PSB 3004 taught by Professor Williams during the Fall '08 term at University of Florida.

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