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Neurotest 3a Answers
1) E 2) A 3) E 4) A 5) B
Habituation: loss of response to repeated stimulations
Neurofibrillary tangles: internal disruption of neurons by tangled
REM: rapid eye movements occur during this stage of sleep
Operant conditioning: response necessary to produce outcome (Skinnerian)
Diencephalon: thalamus and hypothalamus
Dementia: symptoms of cognitive deterioration with age
Circadian rhythm: daily cycles of activity in an animal
Cytotectonic architecture: structure of the cells with respect to each other
Neurofeedback: type of biofeedback involving EEG wave (unconscious) control
Epilepsy: disease of multiple seizures
1) language; generating entirely novel verbal productions
2) Broca’s is left frontotemporal region and patients can understand speech but
not produce it intelligibly; Wernicke’s is left temporal-parietal region and
patients cannot understand speech but can produce irrelevant grammatically
correct utterances.
3) Increases processes (dendrites, basically) and varicosities (synaptic bulbs)
4) Sensory neuron to interneuron to motor neuron diagram; reflexes allow
swiftest response (unconscious) to noxious stimuli
5) (see Bowe)
6) Insomnia: inability to go to sleep or stay asleep
Narcolepsy: falling asleep at inappropriate times throughout day
Sleep Apnea: cessation of breathing during sleep
7) They are always present in Alzheimer’s patients but also found in many other
non-patients so they are not exclusively diagnostic.
8) (see Bowe)
9) They will fire in the same patterns while sleeping as some trip (maze) taken
by an individual rat while awake.
10) Young people do better in multiple function tasks and are faster than old
people who do better with vocab testing.