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Week 7 and 8 Psych100 quizzes

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Department
Psychology
Course
PSYC 100
Professor
Ingrid Johnsrude
Semester
Fall

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Week 7 and 8 Psychology 100 (Celiah Dale) Monday, November 4 2013 th 1. If a drug increases the rate of reuptake this will: diminish the effects of the neurotransmitter. 2. Due to a minor stroke, Kerry has a tiny lesion in the left primary visual cortex, the most likely result will be: a small "hole" in a particular region of the right visual field. 3. Neurons A, B, C, D, and E synapse with Neuron F. Neurons A, C, and E are inhibitory, and neurons B and D are excitatory. If action potentials occur in neurons B and D but not in neurons A, C, and E, what is most likely to happen to Neuron F? “It will fire because Neurons B and D will release transmitter substances that will excite its postsynaptic membrane, generating postsynaptic excitatory potentials that add in the cell body of Neuron F.” 4. A structure in the limbic system that plays an important role in the formation of memories is the: Hippocampus 5. In the primary motor cortex, the amount of cortical space devoted to a given body part depends on the: Fineness of motor control in the body part. 6. After being in a car accident, Geoff began having problems concentrating, and paying attention to things. His wife noticed that this normally tidy man was messy and disorganized, and a colleague at work recently complained that Geoff behaved inappropriately towards her. Which of the following lobes of the brain was most likely damaged? Frontal 7. Dendrites on neurons do COLLECT EXCITATORY AND INHIBITORY POTENTIALS they do not TRANSMIT ACION POTENTIALS 8. Which of the following is NOT TRUE: i. White matter is white because of the fatty myelin that sheaths the axons. ii. There are two major types of cells in cortex: neurons and glia. iii. Neuron cell bodies are found equally in grey matter and white matter. iv. Excitatory and inhibitory synaptic potentials are integrated at the cell body; this is where, essent
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