Q1. (11.4) Perceptual information is processed in the Q13. (66.6) Because their parietal visual system, hence their motor-eye coordination, is preserved, a person with damage only to the temporal system may still be able to Question 1 of 1 0.0/ 1.0 Points A. Temporal cortex B. Parietal cortex C. Occular cortex D. Frontal cortex Feedback: Incorrect. (11.4):...pathways carry the perceptual information into the termporal cortex E. Muscle cortex Part 1 of 1 - 2.0/ 3.0 Points Q2. (11.4) The planning of actions is performed by the _____ lobe. Answer Key: A Q3. When my dog comes across a strange cat, he chases it, but when his house mate walks by, he does not stir. This is an example of what kind of learning Answer Key: A Q4. (4.3) Which may be a voluntary action? Answer Key: B Q5. (35.5) During the retention interval for a motor skill Answer Key: A Q7. (17.3-18.1) An unconditioned reflex Answer Key: C Question 1 of 1 1.0/ 1.0 Points A. copy something he does not recognize B. walk without bumping into something C. hit a nail with a hammar. D. hit a bullseye with a bullet E. all of the above Feedback: Correct. (66.6): Even though a patient with agnosia may not recognize anything, she will not over things, have trouble reaching for them, or move clumsily about. Part 1 of 1 - 5.0/ 5.0 Points Q27. The left hemisphere is specialized for vocalization in Answer Key: A D13. How would John and Larry do at learning archery? Answer Key: D D15. A patient who cannot recognize his/her own face in the mirror is suffering from damage to Answer Key: D D17. Where does the visual pathway from the retina go? Answer Key: D D18. When an inverted face is seen Answer Key: D
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