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Temporal lobe lesions affect:

Selection of visual and auditory input
-Selective _________ (subconscious)

attention

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Temporal lobe lesions affect:

_________ - selectively attend to one conversation or shift from one to other

Selective attention

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Temporal lobe Lesions cause deficits in _________ to stimuli

-selectively attending

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Temporal lobe Lesions-

-lesions in right lobe produces _________ deficits (both visual fields
-lesions in left produce _________ deficits (only right visual field)

-bilateral
-unilateral

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Temporal lobe Lesions-

-lesions in _________ lobe produces bilateral deficits (both visual fields
-lesions in _________ produce unilateral deficits (only right visual field)

-right
-left

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Right temporal lobe more involved in selective attention to _________ input

visual

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Temporal lobe lesions affect:
Organization and _________
-Important for memory

-categorization

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Damage to temporal lobes – deficits in _________

organization

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Temporal lobe lesions affect:
Affect and _________

personality

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Seizures or lesions in temporal lobe (usually right lobe) associated with temporal lobe _________

personality

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Damage to _________ lobes

anterograde amnesia - recall of new events impaired

inferotemporal

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_________ - recall of new events impaired

anterograde amnesia

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Temporal lobe lesions affect:
-Memory

Damage to _________ – impaired recall of verbal information

left

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Temporal lobe lesions affect:
-Memory

Damage to _________ – impaired recall of nonverbal information (music, faces drawings etc.)

right

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Temporal lobe lesions affect:
-Sexual behavior

Bilateral temporal lobe damage including _________
-Increase in sexual behavior

amygdala

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Temporal lobe lesions affect:
-Sexual behavior

Bilateral temporal lobe damage including amygdala
-Increase in _________ behavior

sexual

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The frontal lobes need information so that our behavior is _________

appropriate

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Premotor:
-premotor cortex
- _________ motor cortex
-frontal eye fields

supplementary

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Premotor:
-premotor cortex
-supplementary motor cortex
-_________ fields

frontal eye

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Premotor:

_________ - Allow you to move your eyes in certain ways

frontal eye fields

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Frontal lobe:

_________ - Producing language

Broca's area

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Frontal lobe:

Broca's area - _________

- Producing language

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Prefrontal lobe:

- _________
-Ventral (inferior/orbitofrontal)
- _________ (part of anterior cingulate cortex?)

-Dorsolateral
-Medial

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Prefrontal lobe:

-Dorsolateral
- _________ (inferior/orbitofrontal)
-Medial (part of anterior cingulate cortex?)

Ventral

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Prefrontal lobe:

-Dorsolateral
- Ventral (_________ )
-Medial (part of _________ )

-inferior/orbitofrontal
-anterior cingulate cortex?

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Motor and premotor areas control _________

movement

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Frontal lobe:

Motor cortex projections to:
_________ neurons
-Control limbs etc.

Spinal motor

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Frontal lobe:

Motor cortex projections to:

_________ -
Control facial movements

Cranial neurons

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Frontal lobe:

Motor cortex projections to:
_________ - involved smooth motor movement

-Basal ganglia

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Frontal lobe:

Motor cortex projections to:
-Basal ganglia - involved _________ motor movement

smooth

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Premotor cortex projections to:

- _________
- _________ cortex

-Spine
-Motor

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Frontal lobe:

_________ -
Control eye movement

Frontal eye fields

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Prefrontal cortex-
Input from _________ and _________ visual fields

-dorsal
-ventral

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Dorsolateral prefrontal cortex-

Main inputs from:
-posterior _________ cortex
-superior _________ sulcus

-parietal
-temporal

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_________ prefrontal cortex

Main inputs from:
-posterior parietal cortex
-superior temporal sulcus

Dorsolateral

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_________ prefrontal cortex

Outputs to:
-Cingulate cortex
-Basal ganglia
-Superior colliculus

Dorsolateral

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Dorsolateral prefrontal cortex

Outputs to:
-Cingulate cortex
- _________
-Superior colliculus

Basal ganglia

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Dorsolateral prefrontal cortex

Outputs to:
- _________
-Basal ganglia
- _________

-Cingulate cortex
-Superior colliculus

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_________ - Helps track moving objects

Superior colliculus

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Prefrontal cortex
-Orbitofrontal

Inputs from _________
Outputs to Amygdala
hypothalamus

sense areas

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Cingulate cortex - involved with _________

emotion

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Prefrontal cortex
_________-

Inputs from sense areas
Outputs to Amygdala
hypothalamus

Orbitofrontal

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Prefrontal cortex
-Orbitofrontal

Inputs from sense areas
Outputs to _________ and _________

-Amygdala
-hypothalamus

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Response to _________ stimulus comes from premotor cortex

-internal

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Response from _________ stimuli comes from outside premotor cortex

external