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region of the cerebrum associated with memory, judgement, problem solving and higher order thinking
a) frontal lobe b) parietal lobe c) temporal lobe d) occipital lobe
region of the cerebrum associated with touch/pain and taste
a) parietal lobe b) frontal lobe c) occipital lobe d) temporal lobe
region of the cerebrum associated with olfactory and auditory interpretation
a) temporal lobe b) frontal lobe c) occipital lobe d) parietal lobe
region of the cerebrum associated with vision and pattern recognition
a) occipital lobe b) temporal lobe c) frontal lobe d) cerebellum
region of the brain associated with coordination and balance
a) cerebellum b) frontal lobe c) occipital lobe d) parietal lobe
a watery fluid similar to plasma which forms a cushion to protect nervous tissue from blows and other trauma
a) cerebrospinal fluid b) blood-brain barrier c) contusion d) cerebral edema
composed of capillaries that are not very permeable
a) blood-brain barrier b) contusion c) cerebrospinal fluid d) cerebral edema
strokes; occur when blood circulation to the brain is blocked
a) cerebrovascular accidents b) contusion c) cerebrospinal fluid d) concussion
a slight brain injury in which consciousness may be briefly lost but not permanent
a) concussion b) contusion c) blood brain barrier d) cerebral edema
a more serious injury in which tissue damage occurs
a) contusion b) concussion c) cerebrospinal fluid d) blood brain barrier
swelling of the brain due to inflammatory response to an injury
a) cerebral edema b) contussion c) concussion d) blood brain barrier
allows voluntary control of the skeletal muscles
a) somatic nervous system b) autonomic nervous system c) neuron d) axon
regulates involuntary activities
a) autonomic nervous system b) somatic nervous system c) synapse d) neuron
highly specialized cell designed for the purpose of transmitting messages from one part of the body to the other
a) neuron b) axon c) neurontransmitters d) synapse
fibers that conduct nerve impulses away from the body
a) axon b) neuron c) synapse d) autonomic nervous system
chemicals that transmit signals from one neuron to another across the axon terminal
a) neurotransmitters b) synapse c) somatic nervous system d) autonomic nervous system
the junction between neurons
a) synapse b) somatic nervous system c) axon d) neurotransmitters
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