Integration of Nervous System Functions

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Integration of Nervous System Functions $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 Sensation FINAL ROUND Skeletal Muscle Control Brainstem Function Other Brain Functions Grab Bag

Sensation: $100 Question : 

Sensation: $100 Question These types of receptors respond to pain stimuli: a. chemoreceptors b. mechanoreceptors c. nociceptors d. photoreceptors e. thermoreceptors BACK TO GAME ANSWER

Sensation: $100 Answer : 

Sensation: $100 Answer These types of receptors respond to pain stimuli: a. chemoreceptors b. mechanoreceptors c. nociceptors d. photoreceptors e. thermoreceptors BACK TO GAME

Sensation: $200 Question : 

Sensation: $200 Question This best describes the function of Ruffini end organs: a. continuous touch or pressure b. itch, tickle c. light touch d. vibration e. two-point discrimination BACK TO GAME ANSWER

Sensation: $200 Answer : 

Sensation: $200 Answer This best describes the function of Ruffini end organs: a. continuous touch or pressure b. itch, tickle c. light touch d. vibration e. two-point discrimination BACK TO GAME

Sensation: $300 Question : 

Sensation: $300 Question This tract is involved in reflexes that turn the head and eyes toward a point of cutaneous stimulation: a. spinoolivary b. spinothalamic c. spinotectal d. spinocerebellar BACK TO GAME ANSWER

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Sensation: $300 Answer This tract is involved in reflexes that turn the head and eyes toward a point of cutaneous stimulation: a. spinoolivary b. spinothalamic c. spinotectal d. spinocerebellar BACK TO GAME

Sensation: $400 Question : 

Sensation: $400 Question The largest area of the somatic sensory cortex contains sensory neurons associated with this region of the body: a. arm b. face c. genitals d. leg e. thigh BACK TO GAME ANSWER

Sensation: $400 Answer : 

Sensation: $400 Answer The largest area of the somatic sensory cortex contains sensory neurons associated with this region of the body: a. arm b. face c. genitals d. leg e. thigh BACK TO GAME

Sensation: $500 Question : 

Sensation: $500 Question Your patient is experiencing pain radiating from the left shoulder down the arm. He is most likely having referred pain from this: a. gall stones b. appendicitis c. constipation d. heart attack e. kidney stones BACK TO GAME ANSWER

Sensation: $500 Answer : 

Sensation: $500 Answer Your patient is experiencing pain radiating from the left shoulder down the arm. He is most likely having referred pain from this: a. gall stones b. appendicitis c. constipation d. heart attack e. kidney stones BACK TO GAME

Skeletal Muscle Control: $100 Question : 

Skeletal Muscle Control: $100 Question The primary motor area is located in this __________ gyrus of each __________ lobe: a. precentral; frontal b. precentral, parietal c. postcentral; frontal d. postcentral; parietal BACK TO GAME ANSWER

Skeletal Muscle Control: $100 Answer : 

Skeletal Muscle Control: $100 Answer The primary motor area is located in this __________ gyrus of each __________ lobe: a. precentral; frontal b. precentral, parietal c. postcentral; frontal d. postcentral; parietal BACK TO GAME

Skeletal Muscle Control: $200 Question : 

Skeletal Muscle Control: $200 Question The motivation and foresight to plan and initiate movements is located in this area: a. premotor area b. prefrontal area c. primary motor area d. Wernicke's area BACK TO GAME ANSWER

Skeletal Muscle Control: $200 Answer : 

Skeletal Muscle Control: $200 Answer The motivation and foresight to plan and initiate movements is located in this area: a. premotor area b. prefrontal area c. primary motor area d. Wernicke's area BACK TO GAME

Skeletal Muscle Control: $300 Question : 

Skeletal Muscle Control: $300 Question These tracts innervate the head muscles: a. corticospinal b. rubrospinal c. vestibulospinal d. corticobulbar BACK TO GAME ANSWER

Skeletal Muscle Control: $300 Answer : 

Skeletal Muscle Control: $300 Answer These tracts innervate the head muscles: a. corticospinal b. rubrospinal c. vestibulospinal d. corticobulbar BACK TO GAME

Skeletal Muscle Control: $400 Question : 

Skeletal Muscle Control: $400 Question One major effect of the basal nuclei is this: a. to act as a comparator for motor coordination b. to decrease muscle tone and inhibit unwanted muscular activity c. affect emotions and emotional responses to odors d. modulate pain sensations BACK TO GAME ANSWER

Skeletal Muscle Control: $400 Answer : 

Skeletal Muscle Control: $400 Answer One major effect of the basal nuclei is this: a. to act as a comparator for motor coordination b. to decrease muscle tone and inhibit unwanted muscular activity c. affect emotions and emotional responses to odors d. modulate pain sensations BACK TO GAME

Skeletal Muscle Control: $500 Question : 

Skeletal Muscle Control: $500 Question Damage to the cerebellum can result in all of these except: a. balance impairment b. overshoot when touching an object c. increased muscle tone d. tremors in hands when trying to perform a task BACK TO GAME ANSWER

Skeletal Muscle Control: $500 Answer : 

Skeletal Muscle Control: $500 Answer Damage to the cerebellum can result in all of these except: a. balance impairment b. overshoot when touching an object c. increased muscle tone d. tremors in hands when trying to perform a task BACK TO GAME

Brainstem Function: $100 Question : 

Brainstem Function: $100 Question The following cranial nerves have sensory nuclei in the brainstem except this: a. I (olfactory) b. VI (abducent) c. VII (facial) d. IX (glossopharyngeal) e. X (vagus) BACK TO GAME ANSWER

Brainstem Function: $100 Answer : 

Brainstem Function: $100 Answer The following cranial nerves have sensory nuclei in the brainstem except this: a. I (olfactory) b. VI (abducent) c. VII (facial) d. IX (glossopharyngeal) e. X (vagus) BACK TO GAME

Brainstem Function: $200 Question : 

Brainstem Function: $200 Question The reticular activating system can be stimulated by inputs from this: a. cerebral cortex b. limbic system c. visual stimuli d. olfactory stimuli e. all of these BACK TO GAME ANSWER

Brainstem Function: $200 Answer : 

Brainstem Function: $200 Answer The reticular activating system can be stimulated by inputs from this: a. cerebral cortex b. limbic system c. visual stimuli d. olfactory stimuli e. all of these BACK TO GAME

Brainstem Function: $300 Question : 

Brainstem Function: $300 Question This statement of brainstem function is true: a. ascending and descending tracts project through it b. contains nuclei of cranial nerves III-X and X c. collateral branches of II project into brainstem nuclei d. all are true BACK TO GAME ANSWER

Brainstem Function: $300 Answer : 

Brainstem Function: $300 Answer This statement of brainstem function is true: a. ascending and descending tracts project through it b. contains nuclei of cranial nerves III-X and X c. collateral branches of II project into brainstem nuclei d. all are true BACK TO GAME

Brainstem Function: $400 Question : 

Brainstem Function: $400 Question When food is in the mouth, a reflex is stimulated between the motor nuclei of this nerve and the trigeminal sensory nuclei to trigger salivation: a. VII (facial) b. VIII (vestibulocochlear) c. IX (glossopharyngeal) d. X (vagus) e. a and c BACK TO GAME ANSWER

Brainstem Function: $400 Answer : 

Brainstem Function: $400 Answer When food is in the mouth, a reflex is stimulated between the motor nuclei of this nerve and the trigeminal sensory nuclei to trigger salivation: a. VII b. VIII c. IX d. X e. a and c BACK TO GAME

Brainstem Function: $500 Question : 

Brainstem Function: $500 Question This somatic function of the brainstem could be affected by a minor injury to the vagus nerve except: a. hoarseness b. swallowing c. coughing d. chewing BACK TO GAME ANSWER

Brainstem Function: $500 Answer : 

Brainstem Function: $500 Answer This somatic function of the brainstem could be affected by a minor injury to the vagus nerve except: a. hoarseness b. swallowing c. coughing d. chewing BACK TO GAME

Other Brain Functions:$100 Question : 

Other Brain Functions:$100 Question The right and left cerebral hemispheres are separated by this broad band of tracts at the base of the longitudinal fissure: a. intermediate mass b. corpus callosum c. vermis d. unmyelinated nuclei e. thalamus BACK TO GAME ANSWER

Other Brain Functions:$100 Answer : 

Other Brain Functions:$100 Answer The right and left cerebral hemispheres are separated by this broad band of tracts at the base of the longitudinal fissure: a. intermediate mass b. corpus callosum c. vermis d. unmyelinated nuclei e. thalamus BACK TO GAME

Other Brain Functions: $200 Question : 

Other Brain Functions: $200 Question This activity is mostly associated with the left cerebral hemisphere in most people: a. sensory input from the left side of the body b. mathematics and speech c. spatial perception d. recognition of faces e. musical ability BACK TO GAME ANSWER

Other Brain Functions: $200 Answer : 

Other Brain Functions: $200 Answer This activity is mostly associated with the left cerebral hemisphere in most people: a. sensory input from the left side of the body b. mathematics and speech c. spatial perception d. recognition of faces e. musical ability BACK TO GAME

Other Brain Functions: $300 Question : 

Other Brain Functions: $300 Question The limbic system is most involved in the control of this: a. sleep and wakefulness b. maintaining posture c. higher intellectual processes d. motor coordination e. emotions and basic "drives" BACK TO GAME ANSWER

Other Brain Functions: $300 Answer : 

Other Brain Functions: $300 Answer The limbic system is most involved in the control of this: a. sleep and wakefulness b. maintaining posture c. higher intellectual processes d. motor coordination e. emotions and basic "drives" BACK TO GAME

Other Brain Functions: $400 Question : 

Other Brain Functions: $400 Question Joe is 45, and has not ridden a bicycle since he was 18. To his amazement, he gets on a bike and rides with little effort. This kind of memory is called: a. declarative (explicit) b. procedural (implicit) or reflexive c. sensory d. short-term BACK TO GAME ANSWER

Other Brain Functions: $400 Answer : 

Other Brain Functions: $400 Answer Joe is 45, and has not ridden a bicycle since he was 18. To his amazement, he gets on a bike and rides with little effort. This kind of memory is called: a. declarative (explicit) b. procedural (implicit) or reflexive c. sensory d. short-term BACK TO GAME

Other Brain Functions: $500 Question : 

Other Brain Functions: $500 Question Given these areas of the cerebral cortex: 1. auditory association area2. Broca's area3. premotor area4. primary auditory area5. primary motor area6. Wernicke's area Someone says "Hi" to you; you hear and understand them and say "Hi" back to them. This is the correct sequence below:a. 4,1,2,6,3,5 c. 4,1,6,2,3,5 b. 4,1,6,2,5,3 d. 1,4,6,2,3,5 BACK TO GAME ANSWER

Other Brain Functions: $500 Answer : 

Other Brain Functions: $500 Answer Given these areas of the cerebral cortex: 1. auditory association area2. Broca's area3. premotor area4. primary auditory area5. primary motor area6. Wernicke's area Someone says "Hi" to you; you hear and understand them and say "Hi" back to them. This is the correct sequence below:a. 4,1,2,6,3,5 c. 4,1,6,2,3,5 b. 4,1,6,2,5,3 d. 1,4,6,2,3,5 BACK TO GAME

Grab Bag:$100 Question : 

Grab Bag:$100 Question Temperatures above 47oC stimulate both cold and pain receptors but do not stimulate warm receptors. True/False BACK TO GAME ANSWER

Grab Bag: $100 Answer : 

Grab Bag: $100 Answer Temperatures above 47oC stimulate both cold and pain receptors but do not stimulate warm receptors. True/False BACK TO GAME

Grab Bag: $200 Question : 

Grab Bag: $200 Question Decreased sensitivity to a continued stimulus is called this: a. adaptation b. projection c. association d. perception e. sensation BACK TO GAME ANSWER

Grab Bag: $200 Answer : 

Grab Bag: $200 Answer Decreased sensitivity to a continued stimulus is called this: a. adaptation b. projection c. association d. perception e. sensation BACK TO GAME

Grab Bag: $300 Question : 

Grab Bag: $300 Question This ascending spinal pathway (tract) carries light touch, pressure, tickle, and itch sensations to the cerebral cortex: a. anterior spinocerebellar b. posterior spinocerebellar c. spinothalamic d. spinoolivary e. spinotectal BACK TO GAME ANSWER

Grab Bag: $300 Answer : 

Grab Bag: $300 Answer This ascending spinal pathway (tract) carries light touch, pressure, tickle, and itch sensations to the cerebral cortex: a. anterior spinocerebellar b. posterior spinocerebellar c. spinothalamic d. spinoolivary e. spinotectal BACK TO GAME

Grab Bag: $400 Question : 

Grab Bag: $400 Question Long-term memory involves this: a. a change in the cytoskeleton of neurons b. movement of calcium into the neuron c. increase in glutamate release by presynaptic neurons d. specific protein synthesis e. all of the above BACK TO GAME ANSWER

Grab Bag: $400 Answer : 

Grab Bag: $400 Answer Long-term memory involves this: a. a change in the cytoskeleton of neurons b. movement of calcium into the neuron c. increase in glutamate release by presynaptic neurons d. specific protein synthesis e. all of the above BACK TO GAME

Grab Bag: $500 Question : 

Grab Bag: $500 Question This is an effect of aging on the nervous system: a. an increased sense of two-point discrimination b. identify objects by touch more easily c. decreased awareness of tactile stimulation d. reduction in the number of free nerve endings BACK TO GAME ANSWER

Grab Bag: $500 Answer : 

Grab Bag: $500 Answer This is an effect of aging on the nervous system: a. an increased sense of two-point discrimination b. identify objects by touch more easily c. decreased awareness of tactile stimulation d. reduction in the number of free nerve endings BACK TO GAME

FINAL ROUND Question : 

FINAL ROUND Question A student is hooked up to an EEG while taking an exam, and she is thinking intensely about the answer to a question. The types of brain waves on the EEG are most likely these: a. alpha waves b. beta waves c. delta waves d. theta waves BACK TO GAME ANSWER

FINAL ROUND Answer : 

FINAL ROUND Answer A student is hooked up to an EEG while taking an exam, and she is thinking intensely about the answer to a question. The types of brain waves on the EEG are most likely these: a. alpha waves b. beta waves c. delta waves d. theta waves BACK TO GAME

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