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Question 1 
Which cranial nerve is vital for the functioning of the visceral organs?
 
	abducens
 
	glossopharyngeal
 
	hypoglossal
 
	vagus
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Question 2 
Which of the following is NOT required to coordinate movement?
 
	cerebellum
 
	pons
 
	cerebral nuclei
 
	motor cortex
0.5 points   
Question 3 
Which of the following is used to map neuronal activity with scalp electrodes?
 
	MEG
 
	PET
 
	EEG
 
	MRI
0.5 points   
Question 4 
Brain metabolism may be best studied by
 
	electroencephalography.
 
	computed tomography.
 
	magnetic resonance imaging.
 
	positron-emission tomography.
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Question 5 
Chorea is most likely to result from
 
	damage to the caudate nucleus.
 
	damage to the spinal ganglia.
 
	damage to the occipital lobe.
 
	damage to the hypothalamus.
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Question 6 
Cerebrospinal fluid is found
 
	within the central canal.
 
	within the ventricles.
 
	within the olfactory bulbs.
 
	both within the central canal and within the ventricles.
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Question 7 
The cerebellum forms from the
 
	telencephalon.
 
	metencephalon.
 
	myelencephalon.
 
	diencephalon.
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Question 8 
Interpretation of auditory inputs would be most affected by
 
	ablation of the intralaminar nuclei of the thalamus.
 
	ablation of the hypothalamus.
 
	ablation to the medial geniculate nuclei of the thalamus.
 
	ablation of the lateral geniculate nuclei of the thalamus.
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Question 9 
Neural crest cells differentiate into
 
	the telencephalon.
 
	the red nucleus.
 
	the basal nuclei.
 
	peripheral nervous system ganglia.
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Question 10 
What structure connects Wernicke's area to Broca's area?
 
	corpus striatum
 
	angular gyrus
 
	arcuate fasciculus
 
	corpus callosum
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Question 11 
Being able to recognize the face of a schoolmate at your 30 year reunion, would be a function of the
 
	inferior temporal lobes.
 
	occipital lobe.
 
	medial temporal lobes.
 
	anterior frontal lobes.
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Question 12 
Which imaging technique uses magnetic fields produced by postsynaptic electric currents to produce an image?
 
	EEG
 
	fMRI
 
	MEG
 
	PET
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Question 13 
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) uses ______________ as its basis for producing images.
 
	x-rays
 
	gamma rays
 
	spinning protons
 
	electrical currents
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Question 14 
Which of the following neurotransmitters is NOT associated with cerebral nuclei function?
 
	dopamine
 
	GABA
 
	acetylcholine
 
	glutamate
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Question 15 
In the spinal cord, the gray matter is arranged into _____ and the white matter is arranged into ______.
 
	columns, horns
 
	funiculi, tracts
 
	horns, funiculi
 
	tracts, funiculi
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Question 16 
If the dorsal root of a spinal nerve were to be cut, the individual would
 
	have no motor responses for that nerve.
 
	have no sensory perception from that nerve.
 
	have no reflexes involving that nerve.
 
	Both have no sensory perception from that nerve and have no reflexes involving that nerve are correct.
0.5 points   
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Question 17 
__________ innervate muscles and glands.
 
	Sensory neurons
 
	Ganglia
 
	Motor neurons
 
	Association neurons
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Question 18 
Which type of EEG pattern in an awake adult is indicative of brain damage?
 
	alpha waves
 
	beta waves
 
	theta waves
 
	delta waves
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Question 19 
The medulla oblongata
 
	contains numerous vital centers.
 
	contains the facial nuclei.
 
	acts only as a relay center.
 
	is the most advanced region of the brain.
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Question 20 
Which area of the brain contains neural stem cells that are apparently important in learning and memory?
 
	arcuate fasciculus
 
	subgranular zone of the hippocampus
 
	temporal lobe
 
	cerebral cortex
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Question 21 
Which cranial nerve is NOT involved with eye movements?
 
	optic
 
	oculomotor
 
	abducens
 
	trochlear
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Question 22 
The ___________________ is the dorsal diencephalon, containing the choroid plexus and the pineal gland.
 
	epithalamus
 
	hypothalamus
 
	thalamus
 
	third ventricle
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Question 23 
MRI images of living amnesiac patients show a shrunken
 
	hypothalamus.
 
	epithalamus.
 
	hippocampus.
 
	pineal gland.
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Question 24 
Which of the following RAS neurotransmitters stimulates the cerebral cortex for wakefulness?
 
	dopamine
 
	GABA
 
	norepinephrine
 
	Both dopamine and norepinephrine are correct.
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Question 25 
Which cranial nerve allows one to make facial expressions and secrete tears?
 
	trigeminal
 
	glossopharyngeal
 
	hypoglossal
 
	facial
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Question 26 
Based on experimental evidence, the ___________ hypothalamus acts as the body's thermostat.
 
	preoptic-anterior
 
	lateral
 
	medial
 
	supraoptic
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Question 27 
Permanent aphasias often occur when
 
	Wernicke's area is damaged.
 
	Broca's area is damaged.
 
	the angular gyrus is damaged.
 
	spinal nerves are damaged.
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Question 28 
A raised area on the cerebral cortex is a
 
	sulcus.
 
	fissure.
 
	gyrus.
 
	mirror neuron.
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Question 29 
The suprachiasmatic nuclei
 
	are located in the anterior hypothalamus.
 
	controls melatonin secretion from the pineal gland.
 
	contains "clock cells" that have patterns which repeat about every twenty-four hours.
 
	All of the choices are correct.
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Question 30 
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of Alzheimer's disease?
 
	an accumulation of intracellular proteins that form neurofibrillar tangles
 
	loss of neurons in the hippocampus and cerebral cortex
 
	an accumulation of extracellular proteins that form senile plaques
 
	most cases are inherited