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2 Entrance Procedures  Turn in homework to the box  Be in your seat with a sheet of paper, ready to begin the Do Now  Turn in homework to the box  Be in your seat with a sheet of paper, ready to begin the Do Now

3 Do Now  Take the next 5-10 minutes to silently and independently go over your answers to MC questions from 3A, 3B, 3C 10 minutes End

4 Review Day

5 3A 1.C 2.A 3.D 4.B 5.A 1.C 2.A 3.D 4.B 5.A 6. A 7. E 8. E 9. A 10. D 6. A 7. E 8. E 9. A 10. D 11. B 12. A 13. A 14. C 15. B 11. B 12. A 13. A 14. C 15. B

6 3B 1.E 2.B 3.E 4.B 5.D 1.E 2.B 3.E 4.B 5.D 6. A 7. A 8. C 9. C 10. D 6. A 7. A 8. C 9. C 10. D 11. C 12. E 13. C 14. C 15. B 11. C 12. E 13. C 14. C 15. B

7 3C 1.A 2.A 3.B 4.C 5.E 1.A 2.A 3.B 4.C 5.E 6. D 7. B 8. B 9. A 10. C 6. D 7. B 8. B 9. A 10. C 11. A 12. A 13. B 14. C 15. E 11. A 12. A 13. B 14. C 15. E

8 Jeopardy Rules  After each question is displayed on the screen, your team will have 2 min to discuss and answer the question  Each team will send ONE representative to the teacher to discover if it is the right answer.  The teacher will reward each correct answer. (The first team to get the correct answer will get to choose the next question)  Every member has to know the correct answer and WHY. At any point the teacher could call a member of your group to explain to the class.  After each question is displayed on the screen, your team will have 2 min to discuss and answer the question  Each team will send ONE representative to the teacher to discover if it is the right answer.  The teacher will reward each correct answer. (The first team to get the correct answer will get to choose the next question)  Every member has to know the correct answer and WHY. At any point the teacher could call a member of your group to explain to the class.

9 RandomGeneticsThe Brain Body Systems

10 Body Systems – 10 Points Which sentence most closely describes neural transmission? a.An electric charge is created in the neuron, the charge travels down the cell, and chemicals are released that cross the synapse to the next cell b.A chemical change occurs within the cell, the change causes an electric charge to be produced, and the charge jumps the gap between the nerve cells c.The electric charge produced chemically inside a group of neurons causes chemical changes in the surrounding cells d.Neurotransmitters produced in the hindbrain are transmitted to the forebrain, causing electric changes in the cerebral cortex e.Neural transmission is an electrochemical process both inside and outside of the cell End

11 Body Systems– 20 Points You are able to pull your hand quickly away from hot water before pain is felt because a.Movement of the hand is a reflex that involves intervention of the spinal cord only b.Movement of the hand does not require intervention by the central nervous system c.The brain reacts quickly to prevent severe injury d.The autonomic division of the peripheral nervous system intervenes to speed contraction of the muscles of the hand End

12 Body Systems– 30 Points Since Malcolm has been taking a drug prescribed by his doctor, he no longer enjoys the little pleasures of life, such as eating and drinking. His doctor explains that this is because the drug a.Triggers release of dopamine b.Inhibits the release of dopamine c.Triggers the release of ACh d.Inhibits the release of ACh End

13 Body Systems – 40 Points You eat some bad sushi and feel that you are slowly losing control over your muscles. The bacteria you ingested from the bad sushi most likely interferes with the use of a.Serotonin b.Insulin c.Acetylcholine d.Thorazine e.adrenaline End

14 Body Systems – 50 Points I am a relatively slow acting (but long lasting) chemical messenger carried throughout the body bloodstream. What am I? a.A hormone b.A neurotransmitter c.Acetocholine d.dopamine End

15 Brain– 10 Points The part of the human brain that is most like that of a fish is the a.Cortex b.Limbic system c.Brainstem d.Right hemisphere End

16 Brain– 20 Points A split-brain patient has a picture of a knife flashed to her left hemisphere and that of a fork to her right hemisphere. She will be able to a.Identify the fork using her left hand b.Identify the knife using her left hand c.Identify the knife using either hand d.Identify the fork using either hand End

17 Brain– 30 Points Paul Broca found that the loss of ability to speak intelligibly is associated with damage to a region of the brain in the a.Thalmus b.Right parietal lobe c.Right occipital lobe d.Left temporal lobe e.Left frontal lobe End

18 Brain– 40 Points Paralysis of the left arm might be explained by a problem in the a.Motor cortex in the frontal lobe in the left hemisphere b.Motor cortex in the frontal lobe in the right hemisphere c.Sensorimotor cortex in the parietal lobe in the left hemisphere d.Motor cortex in the parietal lobe in the left hemisphere e.Motor cortex in the occipital lobe in the tight hemisphere End

19 Brain– 50 Points If Dr. Rogers wishes to conduct an experiment on the effects of stimulating the reward centers of a rat’s brain, he should insert an electrode into the a.Thalmus b.Sensory cortex c.Hypothalmus d.Corpus callosum End

20 Genetics– 10 Points If chromosomes are the “chapters” of heredity then the “words” are a.Genes b.Molecules c.Genomes d.DNA End

21 Genetics – 20 Points The simplest behaviors a.Are learned when we are infants b.Do not involve the central nervous system c.Are called instincts d.Include sneezing and blinking e.Must be processed by the medulla End

22 Genetics– 30 Points Which of the following must be males? a.Dizygotic twins b.Monozygotic twins c.Down syndrome children d.Klinefelter’s syndrome children e.Turner’s syndrome children End

23 Genetics – 40 Points One of the best ways to distinguish how much genetic and environmental factors affect behavior is to compare children who have a.The same genes and environments b.Different genes and environments c.Similar genes and environments d.The same genes but different environments End

24 Genetics – 50 Points Despite growing up in the same home environment, Karen and her brother John have personalities as different from each other as two people selected randomly from the population. Why is this so? a.Personality is inherited. Because Karen and John are not identical twins, it is not surprising they have different personalities b.Gender is the most important factor in personality. If Karen had a sister, the two of them would probably be much more alike c.The interaction of their individual genes and nonshared experiences accounts for the common finding that children in the same family are usually very different d.Their case is very unusual; children in the same family usually have similar personalities End

25 Random– 10 Points A neuron without terminal buttons would be unable to a.Receive information from neighboring neurons b.Generate an action potential c.Direct the synthesis of neurotransmitters d.Secrete neurotransmitters to postsynaptic neurons e.Transport ions across the cell membrane End

26 Random – 20 Points A bodybuilder friend suddenly seems to have grown several inches in height. You suspect that your friend’s growth spurt has occurred because he has been using drugs that affect the a.Pituitary gland b.Parathyroids c.Adrenal glands d.Pancreas End

27 Random – 30 Points I am a relatively fast moving chemical messenger that influences movement, learning, attention, and emotion. What am I? a.Dopamine b.A hormone c.Acetylcholine d.glutamate End

28 Random – 40 Points A technique that uses magnetic fields and radio waves to produce computer images of structures within the brain is called a.An EEG b.A lesion c.A PET scan d.MRI End

29 Random – 50 Points Dr. Dahab, a brain researcher, is investigating the connection between certain environmental stimuli and brain processes. Which types of brain scans is he most likely to use? a.MRI and CAT b.CAT and EKG c.PET and EEG d.EKG and CAT e.Lesioning and MRI End


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