Neural Systems Mid-Term Exam 2010
Please use a word, phrase, or brief sentence to answer short format questions. Please put your initials on each page of the exam.
Identify these brain regions and give a major function of each
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Q1: Examiner points to: a) Name the function of these neuronal structures b) Name the function of this structure c) What functional type of neurons synapse here d) What is the percentage of excitatory and inhibitory in the brain e) Name this type of neuro
Neural Systems 2010 Final Exam
1. William James wrote that: (10 points) "We feel sorry because we cry, angry because we strike, afraid because we tremble and not that we cry, strike, or tremble because we are sorry, angry, or fearful as the case ma
1) If you are an ideal observer and receive $1 for each hit and lose $100 for every false alarm, where would your selection criterion () be?
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2) If you are an ideal observer and you
By Cindy Montana
WUMS I Neuroscience 2006
Pathways Brainstem Atlas
Oculomotor / Oculodominance Hypothalamus
Autonomic Nervous System
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1. What factors contribute to high spatial resolution in the visual system? (b) a) High density of cones throughout the entire retina b) 1:1 connections between cones and retinal ganglion cells c) High density of rods in the fovea d) Several cones converg
Quiz 2 Name: 1. (a) Identify A Climbing Fiber (b) Where is the origin of A? Inferior Olivary Nucleus (c) Name one origin of B Pons, spinal cords, vestibular nuclei (d) Where do the axons of B synapse onto? Neurons in the deep cerebellar nuclei Granule cel
1. Briefly contrast the sensory information relayed by Nucleus A vs Nucleus B, in terms of the region of the body, and the type of sensation involved. (4pt) Nucleus A is the cuneate nucleus. It relays "fine, discriminative" touch (1pt), which ascends in t