1. The basic unit of the entire nervous system is the:
2. Below are various descriptions of some of the most important components in the human nervous system – but only one is correct. Please highlight it:
3. Which of these is a feature of neurons?
4. The three main components of a neuron include:
5. Which nervous system controls the activity of the structures inside your body, such as your heart or your endocrine glands?
6. Which of the following is NOT true of the human brain?
7. Early research on the patterns of behaviour observed in people during epileptic seizures advanced the idea that:
8. Which, if any, of the following are true?
9. Identify the INCORRECT assertion from those given below, with regard to damage to the brain’s hemispheres:
10. If we surveyed a sample of neuroscientists, which part of the brain would they report as most preferable to lose?
11. Communication among the neurons requires two main activities: Electrical signals which are generated by ____________, and chemical signals which are generated by ____________.
12. Regarding the electrical activity of neurons, which of the following is INCORRECT?
13. Neurotransmission, and thus brain function, can be disrupted by:
14. Which one of the following do we know to be true about inhibitory neurotransmitters?
15. Long-term potentiation and long-term depression are processes demonstrating that:
16. Which of the following statements regarding the NMDA receptor is INCORRECT?
17. Which of the following statements is NOT true in terms of repairing damaged brains?
18. Research on neural grafting techniques to transplant dopamine cell bodies indicate that:
19. Which of the following assertions about modularity in the brain is accurate?
20. The brain can solve immensely difficult computational problems and thus allow us to function in our environments by relying on which type of processing?