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2. what do hyper-collumns show?

  • all orientations for the right eye
  • all orientations for both eyes
  • all orientations for the left eye
  • partial orientations for both eyes

3. What scale measures sound

  • Decibel Scale
  • Intensity Scale
  • Hertz Scale
  • Richter Scale

4. Which of these is not a behavioural symptom of dementia?

  • Repetitive Behaviour
  • Neurovegetitive changes eg. insomnia and eating disorders
  • Headaches
  • Behavioural Problems eg. psychomotor restlessness

5. How do beta-amyloid plaques form in Alzheimer's disease?

  • Calcium deposits accumulate over time.
  • Amyloid precursor protein sticks to the neuron membrane. Enzymes cut the APP into fragments, including beta-amyloid, which comes together in clumps.
  • They tangle up with tau.
  • Beta-amyloid mixes with an enzyme called cholinesterase.


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