Science Quiz / Neuroscience: Chapters 11, 16, & 17

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A brain damage-produced deficit in the ability to produce/comprehend language
Patients whose left and right hemispheres have been separated by a commisurotomy
The unequal representation of various psychological functions in the two hemispheres of the brain
____ levels in the blood can trigger the release of norepinephrine in the amygdala
A switch in _____ function from excitatory to inhibitory is one of the proposed reasons for infantile amnesia
A disease almost always associated with left hemisphere damage where patients have difficulty performing movements when asked to perform them out of context
Another name for the frontal operculum; associated with language expression
Receptors in the postsynaptic membrane that are always active (in the presence of glutamate)
Where a split brain patient's two hemispheres communicate neurally via indirect pathways through the brainstem
The process of acquiring memory
'Neurons that fire together, ____ together.'
Receptors in the postsynaptic membrane that are gated by the postsynaptic membrane potential (and gated by glutamate) and are involved critically in associative LTP
The process of taking short term memories and storing them as long term memories
Another name for the planum temporale; associated with language reception
Where the left hand (right hemisphere) corrects a choice made by the right hand (left hemisphere) in a table lin-up
The ____ pathway is the last step of the Ca2+, CaCM, CaM Kinase II pathway

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