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2. Are deficits in semantic dementia multi modal?

  • Yes
  • No

3. What kind of damage do people with deep dysphasia typically have?

  • Dorsal damage but intact semantic representations
  • Ventral damage but intact semantic representations
  • Dorsal damage (partial ventral) and damaged semantic representations
  • Ventral damage (partial dorsal) and damaged semantic representations

4. In a study by Pobric et al (2010), which areas were TMS applied to?

  • Anterior temporal poles, Inferior parietal lobule
  • Inferior parietal lobule, Occipital pole
  • Anterior temporal poles, Inferior parietal lobule, Occipital pole
  • Anterior temporal poles, Inferior parietal lobule, Amygdala

5. Which of these are factors which also affect retention/loss of meanings?

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

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