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6.The forebrain consists of the A. Cerebrum and diencephalon. B. Cerebellum and

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6.The forebrain consists of the

A. Cerebrum and diencephalon.

B. Cerebellum and brainstem.

C. Cerebrum and cerebellum.

D. Diencephalon and brainstem.

7.The __________ cortex is the location of the transition between the perception of sensory information and the resulting action.

A. Sensory

B. motor

C. Sensorimotor

D. Association

8.Which area of the cerebral cortex is NOT one of the four areas primarily involved in the control of movement.

A. Primary motor cortex

B. Premotor area

C. Supplementary motor area

D. Temporal lobe

9.This area of the cerebral cortex is primarily responsible for organizing movements before they are initiated.

A. Primary motor cortex

B. Premotor area

C. Supplementary motor area

D. Parietal lobe

10.Which of the following is an important subcortical structure involved in the control of movement?

A. Primary motor cortex

B. Premotor area

C. Supplementary motor area

D. Basal ganglia

 

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