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1 Chapter 12 - The Central Nervous System $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100$100$100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Brain Anatomy Brain Physiology Higher Brain Functions Protection The Spinal Cord FINAL ROUND

2 Brain Anatomy: $100 Question The central sulcus divides which two lobes of the cerebrum? a. Frontal and parietal b. Parietal and occipital c. Parietal and temporal d. Temporal and occipital BACK TO GAME ANSWER

3 Brain Anatomy: $100 Answer The central sulcus divides which two lobes of the cerebrum? a. Frontal and parietal b. Parietal and occipital c. Parietal and temporal d. Temporal and occipital BACK TO GAME

4 Brain Anatomy: $200 Question If you are looking at the arbor vitae, which part of the brain are you examining? a. Thalamus b. Pons c. Medulla d. Cerebellum BACK TO GAME ANSWER

5 Brain Anatomy: $200 Answer If you are looking at the arbor vitae, which part of the brain are you examining? a. Thalamus b. Pons c. Medulla d. Cerebellum BACK TO GAME

6 Brain Anatomy: $300 Question Fibers that connect gray matter between the two cerebral hemispheres are called ________. a. associations b. commissures c. nuclei d. projections BACK TO GAME ANSWER

7 Brain Anatomy: $300 Answer Fibers that connect gray matter between the two cerebral hemispheres are called ________. a. associations b. commissures c. nuclei d. projections BACK TO GAME

8 Brain Anatomy: $400 Question Which portions of the diencephalon can be seen on the external surfaces of the brain? a. Pineal body and hypothalamus b. Thalamus and hypothalamus c. Pineal body and corpora quadrigemina d.Pons and medulla BACK TO GAME ANSWER

9 Brain Anatomy: $400 Answer Which portions of the diencephalon can be seen on the external surfaces of the brain? a. Pineal body and hypothalamus b. Thalamus and hypothalamus c. Pineal body and corpora quadrigemina d. Pons and medulla BACK TO GAME

10 Brain Anatomy: $500 Question The basal nuclei are part of the _________. a. cerebrum b. diencephalon c. brain stem d. cerebellum BACK TO GAME ANSWER

11 Brain Anatomy: $500 Answer The basal nuclei are part of the _________. a. cerebrum b. diencephalon c. brain stem d. cerebellum BACK TO GAME

12 Brain Physiology: $100 Question Broca’s area is important in coordinating muscles involved in ________. a. eye movements b. breathing c. speech d. piano playing BACK TO GAME ANSWER

13 Brain Physiology: $100 Answer Broca’s area is important in coordinating muscles involved in ________. a. eye movements b. breathing c. speech d. piano playing BACK TO GAME

14 Brain Physiology: $200 Question The cardiac reflex centers are found in the ________. a. thalamus b. midbrain c. medulla oblongata d. pons BACK TO GAME ANSWER

15 Brain Physiology: $200 Answer The cardiac reflex centers are found in the ________. a. thalamus b. midbrain c. medulla oblongata d. pons BACK TO GAME

16 Brain Physiology: $300 Question To understand what we see and hear we use areas of the brain called __________. a. association areas b. primary sensory areas c. tracts d. basal nuclei BACK TO GAME ANSWER

17 Brain Physiology: $300 Answer To understand what we see and hear we use areas of the brain called __________. a. association areas b. primary sensory areas c. tracts d. basal nuclei BACK TO GAME

18 Brain Physiology: $400 Question This region of the brain could be described as the Grand Central Station of sensory input. a. Substantia nigra b. Cerebellum c. Hippocampus d. Thalamus BACK TO GAME ANSWER

19 Brain Physiology: $400 Answer This region of the brain could be described as the Grand Central Station of sensory input. a. Substantia nigra b. Cerebellum c. Hippocampus d. Thalamus BACK TO GAME

20 Brain Physiology: $500 Question This system is important when you study because it can filter out distractions. a. Visual association area b. Reticular formation c. Hippocampus d. Limbic system BACK TO GAME ANSWER

21 Brain Physiology: $500 Answer This system is important when you study because it can filter out distractions. a. Visual association area b. Reticular formation c. Hippocampus d. Limbic system BACK TO GAME

22 Higher Brain Functions: $100 Question These brain waves are emitted when you take a test. a. Alpha b. Beta c. Delta d. Theta BACK TO GAME ANSWER

23 Higher Brain Functions: $100 Answer These brain waves are emitted when you take a test. a. Alpha b. Beta c. Delta d. Theta BACK TO GAME

24 Higher Brain Functions: $200 Question The region of the brain that allows us to understand language is ________. a. Broca’s area b. the hippocampus c. the amygdala d. Wernicke’s area BACK TO GAME ANSWER

25 Higher Brain Functions: $200 Answer The region of the brain that allows us to understand language is ________. a. Broca’s area b. the hippocampus c. the amygdala d. Wernicke’s area BACK TO GAME

26 Higher Brain Functions: $300 Question These brain waves are emitted during most REM sleep. a. Alpha b. Beta c. Delta d. Theta BACK TO GAME ANSWER

27 Higher Brain Functions: $300 Answer These brain waves are emitted during most REM sleep. a. Alpha b. Beta c. Delta d. Theta BACK TO GAME

28 Higher Brain Functions: $400 Question Bilateral destruction of this area causes severe memory loss. a. Cerebellum b. Broca’s area c. Hippocampus d. Wernicke’s area BACK TO GAME ANSWER

29 Higher Brain Functions: $400 Answer Bilateral destruction of this area causes severe memory loss. a. Cerebellum b. Broca’s area c. Hippocampus d. Wernicke’s area BACK TO GAME

30 Higher Brain Functions: $500 Question All of the following are factors in transferring STM to LTM except: a. association. b. consolidation. c. emotion. d. repetition. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

31 Higher Brain Functions: $500 Answer All of the following are factors in transferring STM to LTM except: a. association. b. consolidation. c. emotion. d. repetition. BACK TO GAME

32 Protection: $100 Question The innermost meninx that protects the brain and spinal cord is the _________. a. arachnoid mater b. choroid mater c. dura mater d. pia mater BACK TO GAME ANSWER

33 Protection: $100 Answer The innermost meninx that protects the brain and spinal cord is the _________. a. arachnoid mater b. choroid mater c. dura mater d. pia mater BACK TO GAME

34 Protection: $200 Question The cerebrospinal fluid is found in the _________. a. subdural space b. epidural space c. subarachnoid space d. epiarachnoid space BACK TO GAME ANSWER

35 Protection: $200 Answer The cerebrospinal fluid is found in the _________. a. subdural space b. epidural space c. subarachnoid space d. epiarachnoid space BACK TO GAME

36 Protection: $300 Question Cerebrospinal fluid is absorbed back into the blood by the _______. a. choroid plexus b. arachnoid villus c. pia mater d. falx cerebri BACK TO GAME ANSWER

37 Protection: $300 Answer Cerebrospinal fluid is absorbed back into the blood by the _______. a. choroid plexus b. arachnoid villus c. pia mater d. falx cerebri BACK TO GAME

38 Protection: $400 Question The central canal of the spinal cord is analogous to what part of the brain? a. Subarachnoid space b. Ventricles c. Corpus callosum d. Falx cerebri BACK TO GAME ANSWER

39 Protection: $400 Answer The central canal of the spinal cord is analogous to what part of the brain? a. Subarachnoid space b. Ventricles c. Corpus callosum d. Falx cerebri BACK TO GAME

40 Protection: $500 Question The blood-brain barrier is an effective barrier against all of the following except: a. metabolic wastes. b. proteins. c. potassium. d. nicotine. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

41 Protection: $500 Answer The blood-brain barrier is an effective barrier against all of the following except: a. metabolic wastes. b. proteins. c. potassium. d. nicotine. BACK TO GAME

42 The Spinal Cord: $100 Question The terminal end of the spinal cord is called the __________. a. conus medullaris b. filum terminale c. cauda equina d. lumbar enlargement BACK TO GAME ANSWER

43 The Spinal Cord: $100 Answer The terminal end of the spinal cord is called the __________. a. conus medullaris b. filum terminale c. cauda equina d. lumbar enlargement BACK TO GAME

44 The Spinal Cord: $200 Question All of the following are gray matter of the spinal cord except the: a. dorsal horn. b. ventral horn. c. gray commissure. d. dorsal root ganglion. BACK TO GAME ANSWER

45 The Spinal Cord: $200 Answer All of the following are gray matter of the spinal cord except the: a. dorsal horn. b. ventral horn. c. gray commissure. d. dorsal root ganglion. BACK TO GAME

46 The Spinal Cord: $300 Question Which of the following is a descending pathway? a. Fasciculus gracilis b. Fasciculus cuneatus c. Lateral spinothalamic tract d. Lateral corticospinal tract BACK TO GAME ANSWER

47 The Spinal Cord: $300 Answer Which of the following is a descending pathway? a. Fasciculus gracilis b. Fasciculus cuneatus c. Lateral spinothalamic tract d. Lateral corticospinal tract BACK TO GAME

48 The Spinal Cord: $400 Question Pain follows which pathway to the brain? a. Fasciculus gracilis b. Fasciculus cuneatus c. Lateral spinothalamic tract d. Lateral corticospinal tract BACK TO GAME ANSWER

49 The Spinal Cord: $400 Answer Pain follows which pathway to the brain? a. Fasciculus gracilis b. Fasciculus cuneatus c. Lateral spinothalamic tract d. Lateral corticospinal tract BACK TO GAME

50 The Spinal Cord: $500 Question Neurons that transmit impulses from the spinal cord to the thalamus are called ________. a. first order b. second order c. third order d. short order BACK TO GAME ANSWER

51 The Spinal Cord: $500 Answer Neurons that transmit impulses from the spinal cord to the thalamus are called ________. a. first order b. second order c. third order d. short order BACK TO GAME

52 FINAL ROUND Question This devastating disease causes destruction of motor neurons in the ventral horn of the spinal cord. a. Parkinson’s disease b. Huntington’s disease c. Multiple sclerosis d. Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis BACK TO GAME ANSWER

53 FINAL ROUND Answer This devastating disease causes destruction of motor neurons in the ventral horn of the spinal cord. a. Parkinson’s disease b. Huntington’s disease c. Multiple sclerosis d. Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis BACK TO GAME


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