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Test 5 Review II

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  • 1. 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 Talking brain GPS for the Brain Brain exams Miss Alaneus Mrs. Alaneus
  • 2. “ I can activate your senses to a state of alertness. Who am I?”
  • 3. Reticular formation
  • 4. “ You never even pay attention to me. I control breathing and heart rate, but I never get any credit. Who am I? (You probably don’t even know who I am.)”
  • 5. Medulla
  • 6. “ You would never be able to walk across a tightrope if I was deficient in you. Who am I?”
  • 7. Cerebellum
  • 8. “ I help you remember things in the short-term. Who am I? (It would be rather ironic if you forgot.)”
  • 9. Hippocampus
  • 10. “ I control aggression and fear. What? Are you afraid of me? Want to fight? Who am I?”
  • 11. Amygdala
  • 12.  
  • 13. Cerebral cortex
  • 14.  
  • 15. Thalamus
  • 16.  
  • 17. Medulla
  • 18.  
  • 19. Cerebellum
  • 20.  
  • 21. Pituitary gland
  • 22. Surgery which destroys brain tissue Lesion; EEG; CT scan; PET scan; MRI; fMRI
  • 23. Lesion
  • 24. Brain x-rays Lesion; EEG; CT scan; PET scan; MRI; fMRI
  • 25. CT scan
  • 26. Could measure brain activity during a mental task Lesion; EEG; CT scan; PET scan; MRI; fMRI
  • 27. fMRI
  • 28. Recording brain activity through electrical measurements Lesion; EEG; CT scan; PET scan; MRI; fMRI
  • 29. EEG
  • 30. This requires a tracer, sometimes radioactive glucose, to detect brain activity Lesion; EEG; CT scan; PET scan; MRI; fMRI
  • 31. PET scan
  • 32. Epileptic seizures may force this to be cut
  • 33. Corpus collosum
  • 34. Using a series of incoherent words in regular speech may suggest apahsia to this area
  • 35. Wernicke’s
  • 36. The inability to speak may be caused by aphasia to this area
  • 37. Broca’s
  • 38. I am not a neurotransmitter, but I can pretend to be one. I would be classified as a/an ____________. Agonist; antagonist?
  • 39. Agonist
  • 40. The brain’s ability to reorganize after damage or to develop new pathways is known as…
  • 41. plasticity
  • 42. In a neuron at resting potential, the charge outside the neuron is _________ caused by an abundance of ___________.
  • 43. Positive; Sodium
  • 44. I’m kind of a big deal in the endocrine system…but the hypothalamus tells me what to do.
  • 45. Pituitary gland
  • 46. When neurotransmitters go home, this is known as…
  • 47. reuptake
  • 48. When an action potential is traveling down the axon, the neuron is… Polarized; depolarized?
  • 49. Depolarized
  • 50. I am produced by the pituitary gland and help you feel less pain.
  • 51. endorphins

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