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Slide 2 Nyla Ruiz AP Pscyh Slide 3 1,000,0001,000,000 500,000500,000 250,000250,000 125,000125,000 64,00064,000 32,00032,000 16,00016,000 8,0008,000 4,0004,000 2,0002,000 1,0001,000 500500 300300 200200 100100 Slide 4 Click to return to question, Cont-P to switch to the pen, cross out two incorrect answers, then Cont-A to switch back to pointer. Slide 5 Click to return to the question and poll the class Slide 6 Click on link to Ask Jeeves, or click on this oval to return to question and ask a friend Slide 7 A. amplified reading A. amplified reading Of brain waves C. magnetic fields C. magnetic fields and radio waves that Produce computer images B. visual display of B. visual display of Brain activity D. reveals blood flow D. reveals blood flow What is an EEG? Slide 8 Back to Board A. 100 answer Slide 9 A. deals with arousal A. deals with arousal C. responsible for C. responsible for Automatic survival functions B. controls breathing B. controls breathing And heart rate D. coordination and D. coordination and movement What does the brainstem do? Slide 10 Back to Board C. 200 answer Slide 11 A. thalamus, hypothalamus, A. thalamus, hypothalamus, amygdala C. hippocampus, hypothalamus, C. hippocampus, hypothalamus, thalamus B. amygdala, hippocampus, B. amygdala, hippocampus, hypothalamus D. thalamus, amygdala, D. thalamus, amygdala, hippocampus What are the three parts of the Limbic system? Slide 12 Back to Board B. 300 answer Slide 13 A. 4 A. 4 C. 2 C. 2 B. 3 B. 3 D. 1 D. 1 How many lobes are there? Slide 14 Back to Board A. 500 answer Slide 15 A. other brain A. other brain C. smart brain C. smart brain B. big brain B. big brain D. little brain D. little brain What is the nickname for the Cerebellum? Slide 16 Back to Board D. 1,000 answer Slide 17 A. hunger A. hunger C. arousal C. arousal B. sex B. sex D. movement D. movement What does the reticular formation Control? Slide 18 Back to Board C. 2,000 answer Slide 19 A. back of head A. back of head C. side of head C. side of head B. behind B. behind forehead D. between the ears D. between the ears The frontal lobes are located: Slide 20 Back to Board B. 4,000 Answer Slide 21 A. interprets auditory code A. interprets auditory code C. controls speech C. controls speech muscles B. words are pronounced B. words are pronounced D. receives written D. receives written Words as visual stimulation Brocas area: Slide 22 Back to Board C. 8,000 Answer Slide 23 A. plastic A. plastic D. brains ability to D. brains ability to Repair itself Define plasticity C. the ability to C. the ability to Visualize things B. brains ability to B. brains ability to Recall info Slide 24 Back to Board D. 16,000 Answer Slide 25 What is the oldest part of the brain? A. motor cortex A. motor cortex C. cerebral cortex C. cerebral cortex D. hypothalamus D. hypothalamus B. brainstem B. brainstem Slide 26 Back to Board B. 32,000 Answer Slide 27 A. voluntary A. voluntary movement What is the function of the motor cortex? C. senses C. senses B. arousal B. arousal D. hunger D. hunger Slide 28 Back to Board A. 64,000 Answer Slide 29 B. Brocas area B. Brocas area _____ is closely related to grammar and pronunciation A. Agnosia A. Agnosia C. Aphasia C. Aphasia D. Wernickes area D. Wernickes area Slide 30 Back to Board B. 125,000 Answer Slide 31 C. loss of muscular C. loss of muscular coordination Damage to the cerebellum would result in A. respiratory failure A. respiratory failure B. loss of hearing B. loss of hearing ability D. reduction in D. reduction in Emotional response Slide 32 Back to Board C. 250,000 Answer Slide 33 D. sleep and arousal D. sleep and arousal The pons influence A. higher reasoning A. higher reasoning C. activity C. activity B. motor behavior B. motor behavior Slide 34 Back to Board D. 500,000 Answer Slide 35 A. hemispheres A. hemispheres The cerebral cortex is composed of two sides or B. positrons B. positrons D. connector neurons D. connector neurons C. pons C. pons Slide 36 A. 1,000,000 Answer Slide 37 Sorry, try again! Slide 38 Thanks for playing!