Test Bank For Learning and Memory 3rd Edition by Mark A. Gluck
CHAPTER NO 2
Label the four lobes of the cerebral cortex in the figure.
List two brain structures that are especially important for learning and memory. Briefly describe the involvement of each one.
Describe one piece of evidence that shows learning in invertebrates.
Label the parts of the neuron in the figure.
What was one of the problems with phrenology?
What is the difference between structural neuroimaging and functional neuroimaging?
Give an example of a reflex that humans have.
Describe the sensory and motor processes involved in crossing a busy street, including the areas of the brain that are involved.
Describe the process of transmitting messages from one neuron to the next.
Explain why experimental brain lesions in animals allow for greater precision than is typically possible in humans.
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