28.The temporal lobe isa.the first place in the cerebral cortex where visual information is received.b.important for language, memory, hearing, and vision.c.important for higher functions such as language, thought, and memory, as well as motor functioning.d.where signals are received from the auditory system.29.The occipital lobe is30.The lobe of the cortex receives information from all of the senses and is responsible for coordination of thesenses, as well as higher cognitive functions such as thinking and problem solving.
31.Which part of the brain is important for touch, pressure, and pain?32.A 10-month-old baby is interested in discovering different textures, comparing the touch sensations between a softblanket and a hard wooden block. Tactile signals such as these are received by the lobe.a.parietalb.occipitalc.frontald.temporal33.Josiah is trying to speak to his wife, but his speech is very slow and labored, often with jumbled sentence structure.Josiah may have damage to his
34.Damage to Wernicke's area is in which lobe of the brain?35.Brain-imaging techniques can determine all of the following EXCEPT36.Brain imaging has made it possible toa.determine which areas of the brain are involved in different cognitive processes.b.view individual neurons in the brain.c.show how environmental energy is transformed into neural energy.d.view propagation of action potentials.37.Hemoglobin molecules in areas of high brain activity
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