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Neuro Practice Questions

Neuro Practice Questions - PRACTICE QUESTIONS FOR SECTION 4...

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PRACTICE QUESTIONS FOR SECTION 4 STUDY THE MATERIAL BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO ANSWER THE QUESTIONS BELOW. Instructions : Select the one best answer for each of the questions below. BE AWARE that knowledge of material from previous sections may be required to answer the practice questions. Answer key can be found at end of test. 1. ________________________________ refers to an arrangement where one neuron makes synaptic contact with two or more postsynaptic neurons. 2. The area of skin innervated by primary afferents that project to a particular SC segment is known as the _______________________ for that segment. 3. The ___________________________ invests processed sensory information with emotional significance. A. limbic system B. corpus callosum C. cerebellum D. parietal lobe E. occipital lobe
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4. Slowly adapting receptors provide information on _______________
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