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Physiological psychology Practice questions. Unit 4: Chapter 8 and 11. Ch 8. 1) The case of G.O. is a good example of which principle of sensorimotor function? A ) The sensorimotor system is hierarchically organized B ) Motor output is guided by sensory input

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Ch 8

1) The case of G.O. is a good example of which principle of sensorimotor function?

A) The sensorimotor system is hierarchically organized

B) Motor output is guided by sensory input

C) Learning changes the nature and locus of sensorimotor control

D) Parallel processing of functionally homogeneous subregions

E) None of the above

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Ch 8

2) Major outputs of dorsolateral prefrontal cortex go to the __________.

A) Primary motor cortex

B) Secondary motor cortex

C) Posterior parietal cortex

D) Cingulate cortex

E) All of the above

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Ch 8

3) Secondary motor cortex includes ___ subareas in SMA, ___ subregions in the premotor cortex and ___ newly discovered regions in the cingulate cortex.

A) 1, 2, 3

B) 2, 2, 2

C) 3, 2, 1

D) 3, 2, 2

E) 3, 2, 3

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Ch 8

4) Lesions of primary motor cortex do not ____________ presumably because parallel pathways descend from the secondary motor cortex.

A) cause astereognosis

B) impair independent finger movement

C) cause paralysis

D) reduce the force and speed of movement

E) reduce the accuracy of movement

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Ch 8

5) The biceps are __________ muscles whereas the triceps are ________ muscles.

A) fast; slow

B) slow; fast

C) extensor; flexor

D) flexor; extensor

E) antagonist; agonist

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Ch 11

6) H.M. was not impaired on _________ memory tasks.

A) habit

B) implicit

C) short-term

D) Both A and B

E) All of the above

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Ch 11

7) Tests of recognition memory in animal models of human amnesia include the _________________.

A) Delayed non-match-to sample task

B) Negative patterning task

C) Water maze task

D) Both A and B

E) All of the above

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Ch 11

8) R.B.’s selective damage to the CA1 region of the hippocampus _____________.

A) was caused by ischemia

B) likely produced dysfunction in rhinal cortex

C) was transient

D) Both A and B

E) All of the above

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Ch 11

9) O’Keefe & Nadel’s theory of hippocampal function was influenced by the single unit activity of ________ cells.

A) mirror

B) object

C) place

D) pyramidal

E) Dentate granule

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Ch 11

10) LTP is a form of ____________ that involved the activation of __________ receptors.

A) neural damage; cholinergic

B) synaptic plasticity; NMDA

C) cell death ; GABA

D) rehabilitation; cholinergic

E) All of the above

answer key
Answer key
  • B 6) E
  • E 7) A
  • E 8) D
  • C 9) C
  • D 10) B