Exam 4- PSB

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  1. Memory can be divided broadly into
    explicit, implicit, emotional
  2. ____________ is memory for facts
    Semantic
  3. The famous patient who has been studied to determine the involvement of the hippocampus in memory is named
    H.M.
  4. Bilateral hippocampal damage is associated with severe amnesia, but spared
    implicit memory
  5. The uncinate fasciculus is a fiber pathway connecting
    The anterior temporal lobe and orbital frontal cortex
  6. Damage to the uncinate fasciculus is associated with
    object naming defficits
  7. Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome is a reaction to ____ and can result from prolonged alcohol use.
    thiamine deficiency
  8. Programmed cell death
    Apoptosis
  9. Due to a link between ___ and the 21st chromosome, almost all people with Down’s syndrome develop Alzheimer’s Disease.
    beta-amyloid precursor protein (APP)
  10. The prefrontal cortex receives input from the ____ of the thalamus
    dorsomedial nucleus
  11. Damage to the dorsal and lateral part of the
    prefrontal cortex is associated with impairments in____during the Wisconsin Card Sort.
    monitoring
  12. The dorsal and lateral prefrontal cortex is proposed to be part of a network for
    Spatial memory
  13. They hypothalamus coordinates_____behaviors
    drive related
  14. The largest nucleus in the ventral striatum is referred to as the ___
    Nucleus accumbans
  15. Pleasurable stimuli cause increased release of dopamine in
    Ventral Striatum
  16. In general, stimulants lead to _____spine density and dendritic complexity.
    Increased
  17. Opiates lead to ____ spine density and dendritic complexity.
    decreased

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