Anatomy in Neuropsychology
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This category centers on the anatomy related to the brain its cognitive processes.
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How many cranial bones protect the human brain?
In anatomical directions, “towards the face” is called _______.
Structures of the _______ provide control of skeletal muscles.
Somatic nervous system
Autonomic nervous system
Lingual nervous system
Posterior nervous system
The hindbrain includes which of the following structures?
It contains all of these
The midbrain forms a major part of the _______.
The right visual field projects to the _______ hemisphere of the brain.
The _______ includes areas in the brain such as the thalamus, the cerebrum, and the hypothalamus.
The _______ is the primary structure connecting the two hemispheres of the brain.
What is the difference between a fissure and a sulcus?
A sulcus is a small inward fold and a fissure is a deep groove.
A fissure is a small inward fold and a sulcus is a deep groove.
A fissure is a "bump" and a sulcus is a deep groove.
A sulcus is a small inward fold and a fissure is a small outward fold.
Which of the following planes reveals a structure from the front or back?
In which lobe of the cortex is the primary visual area?
The bundle of axons that runs from the retina to the primary visual cortex is called the _______
The ossicles are located in the:
Many projections from the cerebral cortex terminate in the brain stem. The generic term for these is _______ projections.
Which of the following is part of the group of structures called the basal ganglia?
All of these are basal ganglia structures.
The frontal lobes include the motor, prefrontal, and _______ cortices.
The sub-areas of the _______ lobes are labeled V1 through V6.
We call the posterior zone of the parietal lobes the _______ cortex.
We call the _______ zone of the parietal lobes the somatosensory cortex.
We know more about the _______lobes than any other region of the cortex.
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