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1

People with Alzheimer's disease have tangles and plaques, which form from degenerating:

nerurons

2

In most people, Broca’s area is located in the _____________ cortex.

left frontal

3

The emotions fear and disgust mostly activate:

right hemisphere

4

In most people, Wernicke’s area is located in the _________________ cortex.

left temporal

5

Conduction aphasia results from:

Damage to the fibers connecting Broca’s area to Wernicke’s area

6

Someone with Broca's aphasia has the greatest difficulty:

speaking

7

In certain cases it is possible to relieve depression by changing a person's:

sleeping schedule

8

What is one of the best treatments for seasonal affective disorder?

bright light.

9

St. John's Wort appears to act in the same way as:

SSRI's.

10

The antidepressant Prozac is classified as a(n):

selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor.

11

An example of a "negative symptom" of schizophrenia is:

poor emotional expression.

12

Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors operate similarly to:

tricyclics

13

Bipolar I disorder and bipolar II disorder differ with regard to

whether they include full-blown manic phases.