1. From the nuclei, where next?
- The primary visual cortex
- The cortex, first the primary sensory cortex and then to the appropriate cortex for the representation (e.g visual)
- The cortex, first the somatosensory cortex and then to the appropriate cortex for the representation (e.g visual)
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2. Which of these options measure neural as opposed to electrical and magnetic brain activity?
- EEG, MEG, fMRI
- EEG, MEG
3. What is reductionism?
- Reducing behaviour so it can be empirically tested
- The ability to explain behaviour at the most fundamental level, eg one amino acid difference
- The ability to explain behaviour at the most complex and thorough level, eg differences between cultures
4. Why is structure important?
- Tiny features that make up the brain such as layers, columns, nuclei and maps are important as they can help us understand how the brain works
- So we can see how different cells interact
- The brain is a compliation of nuclei
5. Which one of these is a modular layer?