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1. Main difference between LeDoux and Papez concepts of emotions

a. Papez does not include

the hippocampus

b. Papez does not include the amygdala

c. LeDoux included the hypothalamus

d. LeDoux did not show two routes from the thalamus

2. James-Lange theory states that:

a. Emotions are created as instantly as events happen

b. Emotions are caused by events without interpretations

c. Events cause arousal, and then after interpretation, emotions are created

d. Emotion happens simultaneously with arousal

3. Routes from sensory input to the lateral nucleus of the amygdala

a. Classical and non-classical sensory routes

b. Classical sensory routes

c. Non-classical sensory routes

d. All

4. What is the insular lobe?

a. A structure that is located under the cerebral cortex

b. common site of depression

c. Part of the temporal lobe

d. The fifth lobe of the brain

5. How can an emotional stimulus reach the amygdala?

a. From the cerebellum

b. Through the lateral hypothalamus

c. From the dorso-medial thalamus

d. From the Central gray (PAG)

6. What are the main pathway(s) for reacting to something that is suspicious?

a. Descending auditory cortico thalamic pathway

b. Ascending retina-thalamic pathways

c. Dorso-medial and ventral thalamic pathways

d. Central nucleus to visual cerebral cortex

7. To which structures does the dorsomedial thalamus send information:

a. Secondary and association cortices

b. Lateral and basolateral nucleus of the amygdala

c. Nucleus basalis

d. a & b

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