1. What kind of damage do people with deep dysphasia typically have?
- Dorsal damage (partial ventral) and damaged semantic representations
- Ventral damage (partial dorsal) and damaged semantic representations
- Dorsal damage but intact semantic representations
- Ventral damage but intact semantic representations
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2. In semantic dementia (SD), what tend to be lost first?
- Distinctive features of objects
- Generic features of objects
- All features of objects
3. What are pps faster at classifying in Collins and Quinlans (1969) early model?
- A robin as a bird, as you dont have to go as far up the hierarchy
- A bird as a robin, as you dont have to go as far up the hierarchy
4. Which area does Herpes Simplex Encephalitis tend to affect?
- Anterior temporal lobes
- Occipital poles
- Medial temporal lobes
- Superior temporal lobes
5. Which brain area broadly represents meaning?
- Anterior Temporal poles
- Medial temporal poles
- Inferior temporal poles
- Superior temporal poles