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68. The nuclei for most of the cranial nerves are located in the:pons and medulla69. Research indicates that the behavioral effects of the cerebellum may be due to its role in:focusing and shifting information and organizing sensory inputs70. Superior colliculus is to _____ as inferior colliculus is to _____.vision, hearing71. Together, the somatic nervous system and the autonomic nervous system make up the ____nervous system.peripheral72. The nucleus basalis is a key part of the brain's system for:attention73. What type of neurons in the substantia nigra deteriorate in Parkinson's disease?dopamine74. The ventricles, central canal, and subarachnoid space are all:filled with cerebrospinal fluid
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75. Secretions from which gland will also affect the secretion of hormones from the thyroidgland, adrenal gland, and ovaries or testes?pituitary gland76. The spinal cord communicates with:sense organs and muscles below the level of thehead77. A fluid–filled channel in the center of the spinal cord is called the:central canal78. The nuclei for (at least portions of) cranial nerves I through IV are located in the:midbrain and forebrain79. Which of the following means "toward the back"?dorsal80. Cerebrospinal fluid is gradually reabsorbed in the ______ of the brain. subarachnoid space81. The reticular formation is contained within the:brain stem82. The large bundle of axons connecting the two hemispheres of the brain is called the:corpuscallosum83. An impairment of eating, drinking, temperature regulation, or sexual behavior suggestspossible damage to which brain structure?hypothalamus84. If the spinal cord is cut at a given segment, the brain loses sensation at:that segment and allthe segments below it85. One function of the thalamus is to:relay sensory information to the cerebral cortex86. Which major functions are controlled by the cranial nerves?sensation and muscle controlof the head87. What do the corpus callosum and anterior commissure have in common?they bothconnect the two hemispheres88. Vision is to _____ as hearing is to _____.cranial nerve II; cranial nerve VIII89. Nerves from the central nervous system convey information to the muscles and glands byway of the:somatic nervous system90. Membranes that surround the brain and spinal cord are called:meningies91. If one structure is on the left side of the body and another is on the right, they are said to be____ to each other.contralateral92. The parasympathetic nervous system has:long preganglionic and short postganglionicaxons93. The raphe system: increases the brains readiness to respond to stimulus

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