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1

Where do peripheral nerves originate?

(2)

Brainstem nuclei

Spinal Cord nuclei

2

The axons and dendrites of the brainstem are called? Of the spinal cord nuclei?

Cranial Nerves

Spinal Nerves

3

What does LMN stand for?

Lower Motor Neuron

4

Cranial Nerves are ______, ______, or ______.

Sensory or Motor

Motor Only

Sensory Only

5

Where are Cranial LMNs located?

Brainstem nuclei

6

Where do Cranial Nerves exit?

Through holes in the cranium (brain)

7

What do Cranial Nerves innervate?

Structures of the head and spine

8

Spinal Nerves are ________.

Sensory AND Motor

9

Where are Spinal LMNs located?

In the spinal cord

10

Where do Spinal Nerves exit?

Through holes in the vertebrae

11

What do Spinal Nerves innervate?

Structures of the limbs and torso

12

How many Cranial Nerves are there?

12

13

What is Cranial Nerve V? What is its focus?

Trigeminal

Chewing

14

What is Cranial Nerve VII? What is its focus?

Facial

Facial Expression

15

What is Cranial Nerve VIII? What is its focus?

Auditory-Vestibular

Hearing & Balance

16

What is Cranial Nerve IX? What is its focus?

Glossopharyngeal

Tongue & Palate

17

What is Cranial Nerve X? What is its focus?

Vagus

Pharynx & Larynx

18

What is Cranial Nerve XI? What is its focus?

Spinal Accessory

Neck

19

What is Cranial Nerve XII? What is its focus?

Hypoglossal

Tongue

20

What are the five Spinal Nerves

Cervical

Thoracic

Lumbar 

Sacral

Coccygeal

21

What Component of Speaking generates intent?

Cognitive-Linguistic Processes

22

What Component of Speaking generates verbal symbols?

Cognitive-Linguistic Processes

23

What Component of Speaking organizes verbal symbols?

Cognitive-Linguistic Processes

24

What Component of Speaking retains verbal symbols in memory?

Cognitive-Linguistic Processes

25

What Component of Speaking is primarily based in the frontal lobe?

Cognitive-Linguistic Processes

26

What Component of Speaking translates verbal symbols into sensorimotor score?

Sensorimotor Planning/Programming

27

What Component of Speaking designates muscle activation patterns?

Sensorimotor Planning/Programming

28

What Component of Speaking stores expected feedback?

Sensorimotor Planning/Programming

29

What Component of Speaking is based in Broca's Area?

Sensorimotor Planning/Programming

30

What Component of Speaking is based in the Prefrontal Cortex?

Sensorimotor Planning/Programming