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Question 1

Biological Basis of Psychology
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The somatosensory area is located in the

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a.

occipital lobes.

b.

temporal lobes.

c.

parietal lobes.

d.

frontal lobes.

Question 2

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Neurons come in many sizes and shapes, but they have certain features in common. Each has a cell body that contains the machinery to keep the neuron alive, and each has two types of fiber ________.

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a.

Dendrites and an axon

b.

Axon and myelin sheath

c.

Cell membrane and myelin sheath

d.

Dendrites and cell membrane

Question 3

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Which of the following cells do produce myelin in the Central Nervous System?

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a.

Microglia

b.

Astrocytes

c.

Oligodendrocytes

d.

Schwann cells

Question 4

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Jim does not understand algebra, but he’s a good artist. Jim’s ________ brain is probably more fully developed.

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a.

subcortical

b.

left

c.

right

d.

mid

Question 5

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It is easy to see the significance of excitation, but it is not easy to see the significance of ________.

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Synaptic cleft

b.

Inhibition

c.

Synapses

d.

Axon

Question 6

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The part of the nerve cell specialized for conducting information is the

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Choice (4)Response

a.

soma

b.

cell body

c.

neurilemma

d.

axon