Modules_Ch04_Web Quiz 2

Modules_Ch04_Web Quiz 2 - 5. In which of the following...

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MyersExp7 Modules_Ch04_Web Quiz 2 1. In order to monitor electrical activity in the brain that is triggered by hearing one's own name, researchers would make use of a(n): a. MRI. b. PET scan. c. EEG. d. brain lesion. 2. Research has suggested that a reward deficiency syndrome may contribute to: a. insomnia. b. alcoholism. c. schizophrenia. d. Parkinson's disease. 3. Which lobe of the cerebral cortex is most directly involved in speaking? a. occipital b. frontal c. temporal d. parietal 4. Following massive damage to his frontal lobes, Phineas Gage was most strikingly debilitated by: a. aphasia. b. memory loss. c. auditory hallucinations. d. irritability.
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Unformatted text preview: 5. In which of the following parts of the brain would a lesion most likely result in aphasia? a. amygdala b. hypothalamus c. Wernicke's area d. cerebellum 6. Research with split-brain patients suggests that the ________ typically constructs the theories people offer to explain their own behaviors. a. autonomic nervous system b. left cerebral hemisphere c. somatic nervous system d. right cerebral hemisphere 7. The ________ hemisphere typically excels in making subtle linguistic inferences and the ________ hemisphere typically excels in making quick, literal interpretations of language. a. left; left b. right; right c. left; right d. right; left...
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This note was uploaded on 02/18/2012 for the course PSY 100 taught by Professor Farthing during the Winter '08 term at University of Maine Orono .

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