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Basic Neuroanatomy - Qiurio

Basic Neuroanatomy

20 quick questions about the functions of different parts of the brain







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Score Card

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Your Score X%
Set Average X%
Standard Deviation X
Percentile X

Score Frequency Distribution

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Score Range (%)

Performance Trend

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Test Number
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Topic Breakdown

Topic Breakdown

Topic
Percent Correct (%)
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Be sure to identify topics on which you had difficulty and give these more attention.

It's equally important to know to what extent a topic will be represented in a test.

Difficult topics that appear rarely may not represent the highest yield material to review.

Difficulty Analysis

Question Difficulty

Rank Question Answered Incorrectly
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The more a question is answered incorrectly the more difficult it likely is.

Alternatively, it may be a poorly constructed question.

Question 1
temporal lobe
A. made up of nerve axons
B. involved in hearing and smell
C. site of logic and reasoning
D. involved in the sense of smell

Explanation

Question 2
occipital lobe
A. receives and interprets visual sensory messages
B. involved in the sense of smell
C. made up of nerve cell bodies
D. relay station for sensory information

Explanation

Question 3
optic chiasm
A. where the optic nerves cross over
B. site of logic and reasoning
C. made up of nerve cell bodies
D. a lesion here gives you homonymous hemianopsia

Explanation

Question 4
parietal lobe
A. handles all sensory info except vision,hearing, and smell
B. made up of nerve cell bodies
C. involved in the sense of smell
D. involved in hearing and smell

Explanation

Question 5
hypothalamus
A. increase the surface area of the cerebrum
B. receives and interprets visual sensory messages
C. controls balance and equilibrium
D. regulates body temperature,water balance, and metabolism

Explanation

Question 6
pituitary gland
A. where the optic nerves originate
B. increase the surface area of the cerebrum
C. relay station for sensory information
D. master gland of the body that controls hormone secretion

Explanation

Question 7
pons
A. relays messages between the cerebrum and the cerebellum
B. relay station for sensory information
C. connects the two cerebral hemispheres
D. increase the surface area of the cerebrum

Explanation

Question 8
medulla
A. controls vital functions like heartbeat and respiration
B. involved in hearing and smell
C. controls balance and equilibrium
D. relay station for sensory information

Explanation

Question 9
olfactory bulb
A. involved in the sense of smell
B. associated with short term memory
C. involved in hearing and smell
D. made up of nerve axons

Explanation

Question 10
hippocampus
A. involved in the sense of smell
B. involved in hearing and smell
C. made up of nerve axons
D. associated with short term memory

Explanation

Notes

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