This is an MCQ-based quiz for GRE on Central Structures & Processes, Cognitive Neuroscience, Hormonal Factors.
This includes the Brain stem, Amygdala, Corpus callosum, Broca's area, rCBF, CAT, MRI, Interneurons, and Hormones.
Which of the following lobes of the brain is responsible for reward, attention, short-term memory tasks, planning, and motivation? It is also the lobe that tells you the difference between good and bad.
Which of the following describes a noninvasive method for studying brain activity?
Which of the following structures is located in the midbrain, implicated in the production of raw dopamine for usage by the brain and body, and often the target of L-dopa treatments in Parkinson"s disease?
Which of the following structures connects the left and right hemispheres of the brain?
Which of the following are the chemical messengers released into the spatial junctions between neurons?
Which of the following processes is most likely to be impacted by damage to the hippocampus?
Which of the following tests is a non-invasive procedure that uses computerized scanning to create images of blood flow in the brain?
A 19 year old female is walking home from her friends apartment when a dog beings to follow her. The girl is very nervous and begins to run. She makes it home and lays down on the couch. After a couple minutes she feels relaxed. Which of the following neurotransmitters is at a high level during relaxation?
A 19 year old female is walking home from her friends apartment when a dog beings to follow her. The girl becomes very nervous and begins to run. Which of the following neurotransmitters is responsible for her feelings of fear?
Numerous experimental studies on prairie voles has found that which of the following neurotransmitters affect monogamy?