Test 4 1. If you have a stroke on the right side of your body, which part of the brain is affected? left 2. What side of the brain controls the language, math and logic? Left hemisphere 3. If you are right handed you usually are _____________ brained. left 4. What do you call someone who can write with both hands? ambidextrous 5. What is the name of for the Lord most High? Jehovah elyon 6. The somatosensory association cortex integrates sensory information 7. What part of the cerebral cortex controls voluntary movement? Motor areas 8. The primary motor cortex allows conscious control of the skilled and voluntary movements 9. What part of the sensory areas receives visual information form the retinas? Visual areas 10. The cerebral cortex contains the motor areas, which contains 4 areas, what are they? a. Primary (somatic) motor cortex b. premotor cortex c. broca’s area (speech) d. frontal eyelid 11. Broca’s area is a motor speech area that directs muscle of the tongue 12. What percent of things we learn come from visual (our eyes)? 70% 13. What part of the sensory area determines size, texture and relationship of parts? Somatosensory association cortex 14. What side of the brain controls the language, math and logic? Left hemisphere 15. Which area of motor areas is present in only the left hemisphere? Broca’s area 16. The premotor cortex controls learned, repeated and patterned. 17. What are the three areas of the cerebral cortex? Motor areas, sensory areas, association areas 18. Who tend to have more both, right and left writing abilities? women 19. What part of auditory areas is called Wernicke’s area? Auditory areas 20. What part of the cerebral cortex deals with integrates diverse information? Association areas 21. What does the sensory areas control? Conscious awareness of sensation 22. If you are left-handed you usually are right brained. 23. Where is the primary somatosensory cortex located? Post central gyrus 24. What kind of matter consists of deep myelinated fibers and their tracts? Cerebral white matter 25. The prefrontal cortex is involved with intellect, cognition, recall, and personality. 26. What part of the brain deals with speech preparation and production of language? Broca’s area 27. What part of the brain integrates incoming signals into a single thought? General interpretation area 28. What is located anteriorly to the premotor cortex and superior to Broca’s area? Frontal eye field 29. What part of the brain deals with language comprehension and word analysis? Lateral prefrontal cortex 30. Cerebral white matter is responsible for the communication between what? The cerebral cortex and lower CNS center and areas of the cerebrum 31. The general interpretation area is found in one hemisphere usually the left 32. Where is the prefrontal cortex located? Located in the anterior portion of the frontal lobe 33. The frontal eye field controls voluntary eye movement. 34. The visceral association areas are involved in conscious perception of visceral sensations. 35. The corpus striatum is made of what? Caudate nucleus, putamen and globus pallidus 36. How do projection fibers enter hemispheres? From lower brain or cord centers 37. There are three types of cerebral white matter. What are they? e. commissures f. association fibers g. projection fibers 38. What three parts compose basal nuclei? h. Caudate nucleus i. putamen j. globus pallidus 39. What contains dopamine receptors? Globus pallidus 40. There are four functions of the basal nuclei. What are they? k. Influence muscular activity l. Regulate attention and cognition m. Regulate intensity of slow movements n. inhibit unnecessary movement 41. Commissures connect corresponding gray areas of the two…
Constructive Thought Patterns
Self-talk – increases self-efficacy
a) mentally practising a task and anticipating obstacles
b) visualizing successful task completion
3. Designing Natural Rewards
Finding ways to make the job more motivating
Keeping track of one’s progress toward a self-set goal
Using naturally-occurring feedback
Designing feedback systems
“Taking” a reinforcer after a self-set goal achieved
Predictors of Self-Leadership
Unit 4 Lecture Study Guide
Use the lecture folder to help you complete this guide. The more detail you can provide the better prepared for the test you will be.
1. What is the integumentary system and its primary characteristics?
The integumentary system is composed of the skin, hair, nails sweat and oil glands.
Covers the entire body, accounts for about 7% of total body fat, pliable yet durable, composed of the dermis and epidermis, and it’s thick.
2. Describe and give at least one example…
Test 2 – Chapters 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8
Know the following definitions:
* Include duties, responsibilities, skills, knowledge required, outcomes, conditions under which the worker must operate, and other factors.
* The core of everything that HR does in an organization.
* List of the tasks, duties and responsibilities that a job entails.
* Helps the employee to understand what is expected of them in their job
Hypothetical test preparation plan:
Week Steps to success
1 Day 1: Review the syllabus, locate teacher’s office and introduce yourself, ask about expectations for the class and see how the teachers grading scale works, become familiar with chapter 1 and be ready in class with questions about chapter one, also make note of the types of questions that will be on the exam- multiple choice and true/ false. Day 2: Write down key points talked about in class. Review your notes and read…
Unit 4 Study Guide
Age of Enlightenment:
Age of Timing, Social Science, and Optimism using reason
John Locke- All people are selfish
People are born good and given natural rights
- Kings power should be limited with a constitutional monarchy
Baron de Montesquieu- Wanted a constitutional monarchy
Government should be in 3 sections (checks and balances)
Thomas Hobbes- Religion should be separate from State Government
People are fearful and greedy
Believed in absolute…
Executive Branch Test Study Guide
Instructions: Use your unit notes to complete the study guide. Copies of the PowerPoints can be found on my website. The study guide is due the day of the test.
-Use Section 1 Notes “The President”
1. The President is the head of what branch of government?
2. What are the Constitutional requirements to be President?
3. What characteristics (gender, religion, etc.) have our President’s shared?
4. How long is the President’s term? How many terms can the President…
Test 4 Study Guide
The concept of Personality is used to explain the stability of a person’s behavior over time and in different situations – how consistent it is, and the behavioral difference among people that are in similar situations – how distinctive it is.
2) Distinctiveness of personality traits
It is in a nutshell, a person’s unique set of consistent behavioral traits.
A personality trait is a durable disposition to behave in a particular way in a variety of situations…
AP U.S. History – Period 4 Study Guide (1800-1848)
This test will consist of approximately 40 MC questions and a Short-Answer question.
1. “Revolution of 1800”
36. Whig & Democrat Party
2. Thomas Jefferson
37. Panic of 1837
3. Marbury v. Madison
38. The Alamo / San Jacinto
4. John Marshall
39. Irish & German immigration
5. judicial review
6. Louisiana Purchase / Lewis & Clark
41. Industrial Revolution
7. Aaron Burr
42. Eli Whitney / Cyrus McCormick…
STUDY GUIDE FOR TEST #2:
STREP THROAT-Acute Pharyngitis is caused by strep throat. 80% is viral. Tonsils and pharynx may be inflamed-this can appear by day 2.
The child can go back to school 24hrs after medications with bacterial.
Symptoms: Headache, fever, abdominal pain (especially in small children).
For bacterial strep: Oral penicillin’s, and other antibiotics.
Viral: Treat the pain and fever: Tylenol, ibuprofen.
Complications: Rheumatic fever and acute glumerulonphintis. Heart and Kidneys…
Sample Exam 4-Bio 107
1) The layer of the GI tract wall that is responsible for motility is the
E) None of the above are correct.
2) The process by which undigested material is removed from the gastrointestinal tract is
C) mechanical processing.
3) Once a bolus of food has been formed in the mouth, it is passed by the tongue and jaws to the