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Unformatted text preview: Neuro Psychology Test Questions 1-A gyrus describes the bumps of the cerebral cortex while the sulcus describes the valleys. 2-Rostral is toward the front while caudal is toward the back 3-In the cerebral cortex, superior is to dorsal as posterior is to ventral 4-Glial cells are the support cells 5-The three main parts that define the neuron are cell body, dendrites, axons 6-The ventricles are filled with cerebral spinal fluid 7-The lumbar enlargement describes the enlarged part of the spinal cord sending and receiving information from the legs 8-The corpus callosum is a collection of axons connecting the two hemispheres 9-Three subdivisions of the brain stem are The hindbrain, forebrain, and dicephalon 10-The caudate and putamen comprise the striatum 11-The amygdala is located in the medial temporal cortex 12-Which of the following is not a lobe of the cortex(Anything other than) Frontal, Limbic, Occipital, and Parietal....
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