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The structure that connects the two cerebral hemispheres is the
a) corpus callosum b) pineal gland c) parietal lobe d) thalamus
The two most basic divisions of the nervous system are the
a) brain and spinal cord b) central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system c) left and right hemispheres of the brain d) somatic nervous system and the autonomic nervous system
Neurosurgeons have severed the corpus callosum in human patients in order to reduce
a) depression b) aphasia c) neural plasticity d) epileptic seizures
Which of the following does not belong with the other four?
a) thalamus b) thyroid c) adrenal d) gonads
Seeing is to hearing as the _____ lobes are to the _____ lobe.
a) occipital; temporal b) parietal; temporal c) frontal; parietal d) frontal; temporal
Which brain structure appears to play an active role in integrating sensory information?
a) cerebellum b) cerebrum c) thalamus d) limbic system
The association areas are located in the:
a) cerebral cortex b) thalamus c) brainstem d) spinal cord
A brain lesion refers to _______ of brain tissue.
a) electrical stimulation b) imaging c) destruction d) x-ray photography
The largest and most complex part of the human brain is the
a) cerebrum b) medulla c) cerebellum d) brain stem
The capacity of one brain area to take over the functions of another damaged brain area is known as brain:
a) phrenology b) hemispherectomy c) plasticity d) aphasia
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