Brain and Behaviour, psychology 101

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  • Created on: 16-05-15 20:59

1. what is the retina-genuculate- striate pathway made up of?

  • 4 parvocellular layers and 4 magnocellular layers
  • 2 parvocellular layers and 2 magnocellular layers
  • 4 parvocellular layers and 2 magnocellular layers
  • 2 parvocellular layers and 2 magnocellular layers
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2. what does the neuronal membrane contain?

  • a fatty substance which prevents water and soluble substances from crossing?
  • cytoplasm
  • gyri
  • fissures

3. what shape receptive fields do neurons in retinal ganglion cells have

  • circular
  • triangular
  • square
  • hexagonal

4. How does protein tau cause tangles?

  • They mix with myelin and stick together
  • They clump together
  • It is chemically changed and tau pairs with other threads of tau and they become tangled
  • The protein becomes denatured

5. What in the central nervous system has a receptive field?

  • Sensory receptors and sensory neurons
  • Beta-amyloid
  • The heart and blood vessels
  • Axons

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