The thalamus A forms the walls of the diencephalon around the third ventricle B

The thalamus a forms the walls of the diencephalon

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37) The thalamusA) forms the walls of the diencephalon around the third ventricle.B) is the initial processing center for most motor output to the spinal cord.C) contains centers that are involved with emotions and visceral processes.D) performs many voluntary functions.E) None of the answers are correct.Answer: ASection Title: The DiencephalonLearning Outcome: 16.8Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge38) Which area of the cerebellum controls balance?CSection Title: The CerebellumLearning Outcome: 16.9Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge39) The largest cerebral lobe is the ________ lobe.DSection Title: The CerebrumLearning Outcome: 16.10Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge
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40) The groove between the frontal and parietal lobes of the brain is (the)DSection Title: The CerebrumLearning Outcome: 16.10Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge41) The parietal lobe is primarily used forA) sensory functions.B) motor functions.C) perception of visual stimuli.D) perception of auditory stimuli.E) None of the answers are correct.Answer: ASection Title: The CerebrumLearning Outcome: 16.10Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge42) The central sulcus separates which regions of the cerebrum?ASection Title: The CerebrumLearning Outcome: 16.10Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge43) The visual cortex is located in the ________ lobe.CSection Title: The CerebrumLearning Outcome: 16.10Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge
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44) The somatic motor association area, also called the premotor cortex, is responsible forDSection Title: The CerebrumLearning Outcome: 16.10Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge45) The anterior portion of the insula is responsible forA) speech.B) sight.C) taste.D) smell.E) None of the answers are correct.Answer: CSection Title: The CerebrumLearning Outcome: 16.10Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge
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