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1. Which color represents the frontal lobe?
2. Which color represents the occipital lobe?
3. Which color represents the temporal lobe?
4. Which color represents the parietal lobe
5. A is pointing to the a. Gyrus b. sulci A
6. The lobe responsible for cognition, reasoning skills is the A. Frontal B. Parietal C. Occipital D. Temporal
7. Integration of sensory information and body image A. Frontal B. Parietal C. Occipital D. Temporal
8. Emotion is controlled by what lobe(s) A. Frontal B. Parietal C. Occipital D. Temporal E. Frontal and Parietal F. Frontal and Temporal
9. Vision is controlled by this lobe A. Frontal B. Parietal C. Occipital D. Temporal
10. The pre-motor and primary motor cortexes are located in this lobe A. Frontal B. Parietal C. Occipital D. Temporal
11. The somatosensory cortex is located in this lobe A. Frontal B. Parietal C. Occipital D. Temporal
12. The motor cortex is responsible for A. Vision B. Hearing C. Muscle movement D. Touch
13. The somatosensory cortex is responsible for A. Vision B. Hearing C. Muscle movement D. Touch
14. The input from ears goes to the A. Motor cortex B. Pre-motor cortex C. Somatosensory cortex D. Primary Auditory Cortex
15. Damaging the frontal lobe will effect A. Ability to think cognitively B. Ability to feel emotion C. Behavior D. All of the above
16. Not remembering people or names can be caused by damage to this lobe A. Frontal B. Parietal C. Occipital D. Temporal
17. Loss of sight is due to damage in this lobe A. Frontal B. Parietal C. Occipital D. Temporal
18. The brain is separated into two hemispheres by the A. Lateral sulcus B. Central Sulcus C. Longitudinal Sulcus D. Occipto-parietal sulcus
19. The temporal and parietal lobes are separated by A. Lateral sulcus B. Central Sulcus C. Longitudinal Sulcus D. Occipto-parietal sulcus
20. The frontal and parietal lobes are separated by A. Lateral sulcus B. Central Sulcus C. Longitudinal Sulcus D. Occipto-parietal sulcus
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