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1

Area of cortex that receives input from more than one sensory system is called?

association cortex

2

The three principles of sensory systems organization of hierarchical organization,_______and parallel processing.

functional segregation

3

Fourier analysis breaks down complex sounds into component_______ waves.

sine

4

The highest frequency of which the various component frequencies of a sound are multiplied is their ______ frequencies.

fundamental

5

The middle______ is the incus

ossicle

6

The auditory nerve is a branch of cranial nerve VII, _____ nerve

auditor vestibular

7

The lay out of the auditory system tends to be?

tonotopic

8

The axon of the auditory nerve synapse in the ipsilateral ______ nuclei

Cochlear

9

one function of the superior olive is sound____

localization

10

Some area of the secondary auditory cortex are located in a band that is adjacent to and surrounds the primary auditory cortex. Theses areas are often called the _____ areas.

Belt

11

Although ______ have been widely used in electro-psychological studies, auditory neurons respond only weakly to them.

Pure Tone

12

Many studies of visual-auditory interactions have focused on association cortex in the _____ lobe.

Posterior Parietal

13

The inferior colliculi and the medial geniculate nuclei are components of _____ system

Auditory

14

The dorsal-column, medial-lemnisucs, and anterolateral system pathway are pathways of _________

Somatosensory

15

Pariaqueductal gray and raphe nuclei are involved in blocking the perception of _______

pain

16

One pathway of the _____ projects form the amygdala and piriform cortex to the obitofrontal cortex.

olfactory

17

Parts of the ventral posterior nuclei are thalamic relay nuclei of both somatosensory system and the ______ system

Gustatory

18

ventral posterior nuclei, intralaminar nuclei, and parafascicular nuclei are all thalmic nuclei of the ____ systeem

Somatosensory

19

unlike the neural projections of all other sensory systems, those of the ________ system are primary ipsilateral

Gustatory

20

Ageusia is caused by damage to the _______ system

Gustatory

21

Six weeks after conception, sry gene on the Y chromosome of the human male triggers the production of _______

Sry protein

22

In absence of sry protein, cortical cells of the primordial gonads develop into________.

Ovaries

23

The third month of a male fetal development, the testes secret testosterone and ____substances

Mullerian-Inhibiting

24

The hormonal factor that trigger the development of the human mullerian system is the lack of _______ around the third month of fetal development.

androgens

25

The scrotum and the ______ develop from the same bi-potential precursor.

Labia Majora

26

Female pattern of cyclic________ release from the anterior pituitary develops in adulthood unless androgen are present in the body during the perinatal period

gonadotropin

27

It has been hypothesized that perinatal testosterone must first be change to estradiol before it can masculinize the male rat brain this is called the ______hypothesis.

Aromatization

28

_________is normally responsible for pubic and axillary hair growth in human female during puberty.

Androstenedione

29

Girls usually hit puberty________boys do.

before

30

The simplistic, seductive, but incorrect assumption that sexual differences occurs because male and female sex hormones trigger programs of development that are parallel but opposite to one another has been termed__________

Mamawawa