Biological Bases of Behavior-The Brain [AP (Advanced Placement) Psychology]: Questions 1 - 5 of 39

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Question 1

The Brain
Cerebral Cortex

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MCQ▾

The limbic system is accountable for

Choices

Choice (5)Response

a.

Language

b.

Speech

c.

The control of hunger, thirst, and sex

d.

Breathing regulations

e.

Balance and coordination

Question 2

The Brain
Cerebral Cortex

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MCQ▾

The cerebrum is located in:

Choices

Choice (5)Response

a.

Hindbrain

b.

Forebrain

c.

Found in frontal lobe

d.

Found in the mid-brain

e.

In front of the central fissure

Question 3

The Brain
Cerebral Cortex

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MCQ▾

If damage occurs to the occipital lobe, an individual fails to recognize some objects, persons, or color and this damage is called as ________

Choices

Choice (5)Response

a.

Temporal aphasia

b.

Visual aphasia

c.

Neglect syndrome

d.

Visual agnosia

e.

Occipital agnosia

Question 4

The Brain
Cerebral Cortex

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MCQ▾

The lobe of the cerebral cortex that responds to visual stimuli is the

Choices

Choice (5)Response

a.

parietal lobe.

b.

temporal lobe.

c.

frontal lobe.

d.

occipital lobe.

e.

Question does not provide sufficient data or is vague

Question 5

The Brain
Cerebral Cortex

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MCQ▾

A “split-brain” patient is asked to stare at a black dot that is located between the HE and ART (left hemisphere) when the word HEART is displayed on a screen. What will be the response of the patient on asking what she sees?

Choices

Choice (5)Response

a.

The patient will say the word HEART.

b.

The patient will say she sees the word HE.

c.

The patient will point to the word ART.

d.

The patient will say she sees the word ART.

e.

The patient will only see a black dot.

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