TB7 B&B Lecture 2; Speaking and Listening 2

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1. What was patient JBR poor at naming?

  • Non-living, known from SENSORY rather than functional properties, evidence against the living/non-living distinction
  • Non-living, known from SENSORY rather than functional properties, evidence for the living/non-living distinction
  • Non-living, known from FUNCTIONAL rather than sensory properties, evidence against the living/non-living distinction
  • Non-living, known from FUNCTIONAL rather than sensory properties, evidence for the living/non-living distinction
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2. Which of these are factors which also affect retention/loss of meanings?

  • Age of acquisition and Irregularity in language
  • Age of acquisition, Irregularity in language and Familiarity (frequency)
  • Familiarity (frequency) and Age of acquisition
  • Familiarity (frequency) and Irregularity in language

3. What are patients with pure word deafness NOT helped by?

  • Lip reading
  • Slower speech
  • Shouting
  • Context

4. Which is the correct path of the route for repeating words we have never heard before?

  • Auditory cortex, wernickes area, angular gyrus, inferior frontal gyrus, speech motor cortex
  • Speech motor cortex, inferior frontal gyrus, angular gyrus, wernickes area, auditory cortex
  • Auditory cortex, inferior frontal gyrus, wernickes area, angular gyrus, speech motor cortex
  • Speech motor cortex, auditory cortex, wernickes area, angular gyrus, inferor frontal gyrus

5. In Pobric et al (2010), what was predicted for the disruption to anterior temporal poles?

  • Affected naming for only high manipulable objects (not category specific)
  • Affected naming for both high and low manipulable objects (not category specific)
  • Affected naming for both high and low manipulable objects (category specific)
  • Affected naming for only low manipulable objects (category specific)

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