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7. Axons from the _______ region of the retina cross over to the opposite side of the brain at the optic chiasm whilte the axons from the _______ region stay on the same side of the brain.: nasal, temporal 8. The following reflects the speech pattern of a patient suffering from which neuropsychological disorder? “Well this is..mother is away here working her work out o'here to get her better, but when shes' looking, the two boys looking in other part. One their small tile into her time here. She's working another time because she's getting, too. Wernicke's aphasia 9. Which of the following is true regarding agnosia? Prosopagnosia is a form of object agnosia
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