Brain and Behaviour, psychology 101

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  • Created on: 16-05-15 20:59

1. In the sematic sensory and olfactory systems, what are the sensory receptors?

  • Primary sensory neurons.
  • Bipolar neurons.
  • Motor neurons
  • Somatosensory neurons
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2. what type of input do simple cells have?

  • monocular input
  • binocular
  • multipolar
  • complex

3. what do areas of the posterior parietal cortex and somatosensory corticles and parts of the prefrontal cortex do?

  • guide and control movement
  • enable vision and perception
  • assist with sensations like touch
  • generate auditory functions

4. In each hemisphere, the fissures divide the brain into 4 lobes, which is not one of them?

  • Parietal lobe
  • Somatosensory lobe
  • Frontal lobe
  • Temporal lobe
  • Occipital lobe

5. which of these does not come under sherrington's category of propioceptors

  • vesitbular system
  • visceral sensitivity
  • touch
  • position and movement of our limbs


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