Cognitive Neuroscience Study Set 3

Psychology

Quiz 4 :

Motor Control

Quiz 4 :

Motor Control

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Someone with Huntington's disease often shows uncontrollable twisting and writhing contractions movements, which is captured by which of the following motor symptoms:
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The medial pathway linking the brain to the muscles controls what kind of movements?
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Which of the following is true regarding the frontal eye field?
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If you sustained damage to your right ventrolateral prefrontal cortex what type of behavioural deficits would you most likely exhibit:
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Parietal regions process proprioceptive information, which is characterized by the following:
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Which of the following roles does the superior parietal lobe play in movement?
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Someone with ideomotor apraxia would have the most difficulties with which of the following:
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Which of the following statements regarding apraxia is true?
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Which of the following would not be affected by damage to the cerebellum?
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What is the name for the specialized synapse between a neuron and muscle fibers?
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Which cortical region is responsible for controlling the force and/or direction with which the motor plans are executed?
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Akinesia, bradykinesia and tremors, are characteristic of which disease?
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Which subcortical region of plays an important role in the coordination of muscle movement timing, planning of movements and learning of motor skills?
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Which of the regions below is one of the main regions of the brain that plays a role in planning, preparing, and initiating movements?
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Which region of the brain is primarily affected in Parkinson's disease?
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The caudate nucleus, putamen, and nucleus accumbens are all part of which subcortical structure?
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Which cortical region is important for selecting among conflicting responses and monitoring whether the execution of those actions occurred appropriately?
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