1. What do brain-damaged patients tell us about phonological mediation?
- Their brains have gone loopy loo so nothing
- It is necessary, patients can understand no written words/sound patterns
- It is not necessary, patients can understand some written words, but not sound pattern
- It is necessary, patients can understand some written words and sound patterns
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2. How can TMS be used to study brain activation?
- What does TMS even stand for?
- It disrupts function and then measures blood flow
- It disrupts function and then measures outcomes
- It disrupts blood flow then measures outcomes
3. Who's experiment found showed that phonological mediation still occurs?
- Van Orden - less likely if high frequency words
- Van Ostrol - less likely if high frequency words
- Vin Diesel - boy got guns
- Van Outken - less likely if low frequency words
4. Explain the dual route model please :)
- Separate pathways for everything (reading, assembly, retrieval)
- Not a scooby doo
- Functionally and anatomically separate pathways for reading, assembly and retrieval
- Combined functional and anatomical pathways for assembly
5. How does TMS work?
- Brief electrical pulse of coil, strong magnetic flux which stops all nerves' activation
- Brief electrical pulse of coil, induces brief but strong magnetic flux = disrupting activity in axons
- I don't understand the question so I'm going for...transcranial magnetic stimulation
- Long electrical pulse of coil, short magnetic flux, causing disruption in axons