Question 1 of 121.0 PointsCerebral ischemia isA.a condition characterized by cancerous brain tumors.

Question 1 of 121.0 PointsCerebral ischemia isA.a condition characterized by cancerous brain tumors. B.a type of cerebral hemorrhage. C.a shortage of blood to the brain. area of brain damage.Which of the following is a correct statement about medial temporal lobe amnesics? They often haveA.medial temporal lobe pathology. ability to form long-term semantic memories. C.a profile of mnemonic deficits similar to that of H.M. D.both A and CQuestion 3 of 121.0 PointsH.M. showed no long-term retention on theA.digit-span +1 test. B.mirror-drawing test. C.rotary-pursuit test. D.incomplete pictures test. Question 4 of 121.0 PointsOne major difference between the amnesia associated with advanced Korsakoff’s syndrome and that associated with bilateral medial temporal lobe damage is that patients with advanced Korsakoff’s syndrome haveA.a retrograde amnesia that can extend back into childhood. B.a mild retrograde amnesia for recent events. C.deficits in consolidation. D.anterograde amnesia.Question 5 of 121.0 PointsDamage to the brains of Alzheimer’s patients is often apparent in theA.medial temporal lobe structures. B.basal forebrain. C.prefrontal cortex. D.all of the aboveQuestion 6 of 121.0 PointsIslands of memory following concussion are memories ofA.a few things from lists that have been otherwise forgotten. that occurred during periods of time for which there is otherwise total amnesia. C.implicit events that occurred during a background of amnesia for explicit events. to Hawaii.Question 7 of 121.0 PointsThe two hemispheres, although similar in appearance, differ in function. The study of these functional differences is commonly referred to as the study ofA.bilateral representation. B.lateralization of function. C.the split brain. D.fundamental functional duality. Question 8 of 121.0 PointsBroca’s area is in the __________ cortex.A.left frontal B.right frontal C.left temporal D.right temporal Question 9 of 121.0 PointsAlthough the symptoms of apraxia are ________, apraxia usually results from damage to the ________ hemisphere.A.unilateral; left B.contralateral; right C.ipsilateral; left D.bilateral; leftQuestion 10 of 121.0 PointsLeft-handers and right-handers areA.dextrals and sinestrals, respectively. B.sinestrals and dextrals, respectively. C.more variable than androids. D.equally lateralized with respect to language functionsQuestion 11 of 121.0 PointsThe volunteers in the first experiments performed on split-brain humans hadA.suffered from severe cases of epilepsy. B.their corpus callosums severed. C.their optic chiasms severed. D.both A and BQuestion 12 of 121.0 PointsThe left hemisphere plays a greater role in controlling the left hand does in controlling the right hand. B.the right hemisphere does in controlling the left hand. C.the right hemisphere does in controlling the right hand. D.all of the above