TB3 Lecture 1; Key facts about sensory processing quiz!

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1. Why is structure important?

  • The brain is a compliation of nuclei
  • 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
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2. Where are somatosensory areas mainly found?

  • Lateral
  • Anterior
  • Medial
  • Superior

3. Where are visual areas generally found?

  • Medial
  • Lateral
  • Superior
  • Anterior

4. Which of these is NOT a peripheral/pre-neural apparatus?

  • Ganglion cell
  • Epidermis
  • Lens
  • Pinna

5. Where do signals in the sensory organ project to?

  • In most senses, the peripheral neurons project to subcortical structures, frequently found in the thalamus. Projection targets are concentrations of cell bodies, nuclei.
  • In most senses, the peripheral neurons project to cortical structures, frequently found in the thalamus. Projection targets are concentrations of cell bodies, nuclei.
  • In most senses, the peripheral neurons project to subcortical structures, frequently found in the hypothalamus. Projection targets are concentrations of cell bodies, nuclei.
  • In most senses, the peripheral neurons project to cortical structures, frequently found in the thalamus. Projection targets are concentrations of cell bodies, cortical neurons.

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