GR - Sensory Physiology VI

GR - Sensory Physiology VI - Guided Reading - Sensory...

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Guided Reading - Sensory Physiology VI 1. The ________________ phenomenon refers to amputees reporting sensations in limbs that are no longer there. A. phantom limb B. lateral inhibition C. referred pain D. adaptation 2. Acute itch is produced by _______ binding to its receptors. A. capsaicin B. menthol C. histamine D. glutamate 3. In the geniculostriate system, the right lateral geniculate nucleus receives input from the right visual fields of both eyes. True False 4. The structures that function in equilibrium are known as the A. vestibular apparatus. B. cochlea. C. bony labyrinth. D. organ of Corti. 5. What type of eye movement helps you to follow a moving object? A. vergence B. saccadic C. fixational D. smooth pursuit 6. Which of the following is NOT an auditory ossicle? A. incus B. malleus C. otolith D. stapes
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7. The structure for hearing is the A. vestibular apparatus. B. spiral organ. C. organ of Corti.
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