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Quiz 1 Solutions - The following is true about Pierre Paul...

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Question According to the principle of dynamic polarization : Answer a. The direction of flow of information within a neuron changes dynamically. b. Neurons dynamically switch between unipolar and multi-polar morphologies. c. The direction of flow of information within a neuron is from the dendrite to the axon. d. The polarity of electric charge on the inside of neuronal membrane changes dynamically during an action potential. Question It is not uncommon in the brain for a neuron to receive ten thousand or more synaptic inputs. Answer True False Question One function of glial cells in the nervous system is to form myelin around the axons of neuronal cells. Answer True False Question The following is true about Pierre Paul Broca:
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Unformatted text preview: The following is true about Pierre Paul Broca: Answer a. He was influenced by phrenology. b. He was influenced by Lashley's theory. c. He studied patients with motor aphasia. d. He studies patients with sensory aphasia. Question Put the following major subdivisions of the CNS in order from caudal to rostral. Answer Display Order 1. Pons/Cerebellum 2. Cerebral hemispheres 3. Medulla 4. Spinal cord 5. Diencephalon 6. Midbrain Correct Order 4. Spinal cord 3. Medulla 1. Pons/Cerebellum 6. Midbrain 5. Diencephalon 2. Cerebral hemispheres Question The knee-jerk reflex recruits both excitatory and inhibitory synapses. Answer True False Question There are roughly 10^8 cells in the human brain. Answer True False...
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