1. What would be a good example of high consistency, low specificity?
- The amygdala does not always respond to fearful stimuli, but it is only activated by them
- The amygdala will not often activate in response to fearful stimuli and is also activated by lots of other emotions
- The amygdala will always activate in response to fearful stimuli and also is activated by other emotions such as anger
- The amygdala will always activate in response to fearful stimuli, and amygdala is specifically activated by fear and no other emotions
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2. In a single cell recording study, from which brain area did the eye-contact cell fire with mutual eye gaze? (Chimpanzees)
- Right temporoparietal junction
- Right posterior superior temporal sulcus
- Amygdala (distributed across the entire amygdala)
- Superior temporal sulcus
3. In biological motion, which brain area is activated by the movement of the eyes, mouth, hands and body?
- Superior cingulate cortex
- Superior temporal sulcus (STS)
- Anterior cingulate cortex
- Superior tempoparietal sulcus (STS)
4. What is self-reflective thought?
- The ability to recognise somatic sensations as your own and not of the Other
- The ability to have a distinction between the self and other resulting in the ability to perceive oneself as an object
- Being able to pass the mark test by learning that it is not another person in the mirror
5. What is the best desription of a mirror neurons role of action?
- They only fire when you perform an action someone has taught you for the first time (more robust if goal directed)
- They fire both when you perform an action and watch someone else performing the same action (more robust when goal directed)
- They only fire when you watch someone performing an action that you know how to perform
- They are found most likely in premotor regions such as premotor cortex and middle temporal gyrus