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Lecture 5

Lecture 5 - Review Answers.docx

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Neuroscience
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NROC61H3
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Rutsuko Ito

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In the Win-Shift foraging task, which of the following groups made the most errors? 1. Fornix-lesioned 2. Amygdala-lesioned 3. Dorsal striatum-lesioned 4. Medial-prefrontal lesioned In the conditioned cue preference task, which of the following was an effect of confining rats to one of two small spaces in the maze on alternating days? 1. Rats learned to run into the arm from the central platform to get food 2. Rats could not acquire associations between environmental stimuli visible from the arm and the rewarding consequences of food in the arm 3. Rats could not acquire hippocampus-mediated spatial information about the arm location 4. All of the above were effects In the Win-Stay task, which of the following groups made the most errors? 1. Fornix-lesioned 2. Amygdala-lesioned 3. Dorsal striatum-lesioned 4. Medial-prefrontal lesioned The dorsal striatum regulates which of the following types of memory? 1. Episodic 2. Semantic 3. Emotional 4. Procedural What were the critiques of early studies concerning the three main brain regions (hippocampus / amygdala / dorsal striatum)? 1. Electrolytic lesions cause damage to fibers of passage that may not lead to causal evidence 2. Excitotoxic lesions resulted in non-specific damage to surrounding areas 3. Fornix lesions were not representative of hippocampus proper lesions 4. 1 and 3 are correct 5. All of the above are correct Which learning process dominates early on in learning? 1. Ac
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