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Chapter 13 - The Peripheral Nervous System and Reflex Activity
Sensory
Receptors
Nerve and
Ganglia
Cranial and
Spinal
Nerves
Motor
Activity and
Reflex Arcs
Spinal
Reflexes
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FINAL ROUND
Sensory Receptors:
$100 Question
Nociceptors respond to what type of
stimulus?
a. touch
b. sound
c. vibration
d. pain
ANSWER
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Sensory Receptors:
$100 Answer
Nociceptors respond to what type of
stimulus?
a. touch
b. sound
c. vibration
d. pain
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Sensory Receptors:
$200 Question
Receptors located in our skeletal muscles,
tendons, and joints are classified as
________.
a. barocepters
b. nociceptors
c. proprioceptors
d. exteroceptors
ANSWER
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Sensory Receptors:
$200 Answer
Receptors located in our skeletal muscles,
tendons, and joints are classified as
________.
a. barocepters
b. nociceptors
c. proprioceptors
d. exteroceptors
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Sensory Receptors:
$300 Question
An example of an unencapsulated
receptor is ________.
a. Merkle discs
b. Meissner’s corpuscles
c. Pacinian corpuscles
d. Ruffini endings
ANSWER
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Sensory Receptors:
$300 Answer
An example of an unencapsulated
receptor is ________.
a. Merkle discs
b. Meissner’s corpuscles
c. Pacinian corpuscles
d. Ruffini endings
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Sensory Receptors:
$400 Question
Ascending pathways make up which level
of sensory integration?
a. receptor level
b. circuit level
c. perpetual level
d. transduction
ANSWER
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Sensory Receptors:
$400 Answer
Ascending pathways make up which level
of sensory integration?
a. receptor level
b. circuit level
c. perpetual level
d. transduction
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Sensory Receptors:
$500 Question
The two point discrimination test is
performed to measure the quality of which
type of discrimination?
a. magnitude
b. spatial
c. perceptual
d. pattern
ANSWER
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Sensory Receptors:
$500 Answer
The two point discrimination test is
performed to measure the quality of which
type of discrimination?
a. magnitude
b. spatial
c. perceptual
d. pattern
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Nerve and Ganglia:
$100 Question
Nerves that only carry information to the
CNS are classified as ________.
a. afferent
b. efferent
c. mixed
d. spinal
ANSWER
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Nerve and Ganglia:
$100 Answer
Nerves that only carry information to the
CNS are classified as ________.
a. afferent
b. efferent
c. mixed
d. spinal
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Nerve and Ganglia:
$200 Question
A group of neuron cell bodies in the PNS
is a ________.
a. nerve
b. nucleus
c. ganglion
d. tract
ANSWER
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Nerve and Ganglia:
$200 Answer
A group of neuron cell bodies in the PNS
is a ________.
a. nerve
b. nucleus
c. ganglion
d. tract
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Nerve and Ganglia:
$300 Question
The connective tissue covering that
surrounds the myelin sheaths of a
peripheral nerve is the ________.
a. endoneurium
b. epineurium
c. neurilemma
d. perineurium
ANSWER
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Nerve and Ganglia:
$300 Answer
The connective tissue covering that
surrounds the myelin sheaths of a
peripheral nerve is the ________.
a. endoneurium
b. epineurium
c. neurilemma
d. perineurium
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Nerve and Ganglia:
$400 Question
Regeneration in the nervous system is
restricted to _____________ .
a. cell bodies in the PNS
b. cell bodies in the CNS
c. cell fibers in the PNS
d. cell fibers in the CNS
ANSWER
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Nerve and Ganglia:
$400 Answer
Regeneration in the nervous system is
restricted to _____________ .
a. cell bodies in the PNS
b. cell bodies in the CNS
c. cell fibers in the PNS
d. cell fibers in the CNS
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Nerve and Ganglia:
$500 Question
The ability to detect the intensity of a
stimulus is called ________.
a. perceptual detection
b. magnitude estimation
c. feature abstraction
d. quality discrimination
ANSWER
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Nerve and Ganglia:
$500 Answer
The ability to detect the intensity of a
stimulus is called ________.
a. perceptual detection
b. magnitude estimation
c. feature abstraction
d. quality discrimination
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Cranial and Spinal Nerves:
$100 Question
Nerves that innervate our upper limb arise
from the _________.
a. cervical plexus
b. brachial plexus
c. lumbar plexus
d. cutaneous nerves
ANSWER
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Cranial and Spinal Nerves:
$100 Answer
Nerves that innervate our upper limb arise
from the _________.
a. cervical plexus
b. brachial plexus
c. lumbar plexus
d. cutaneous nerves
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Cranial and Spinal Nerves:
$200 Question
Parts of this cranial nerve would be
deadened during dental work:
a. abducens
b. facial
c. trigeminal
d. vagus
ANSWER
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Cranial and Spinal Nerves:
$200 Answer
Parts of this cranial nerve would be
deadened during dental work:
a. abducens
b. facial
c. trigeminal
d. vagus
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Cranial and Spinal Nerves:
$300 Question
Partial paralysis of facial muscles could be
due to a problem with which cranial nerve?
a. III
b. V
c. VII
d. X
ANSWER
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Cranial and Spinal Nerves:
$300 Answer
Partial paralysis of facial muscles could be
due to a problem with which cranial nerve?
a. III
b. V
c. VII
d. X
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Cranial and Spinal Nerves:
$400 Question
The ventral root of a spinal nerve contains
axons of the __________.
a. motor neurons
b. sensory neurons
c. association neurons
d. unipolar neurons
ANSWER
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Cranial and Spinal Nerves:
$400 Answer
The ventral root of a spinal nerve contains
axons of the __________.
a. motor neurons
b. sensory neurons
c. association neurons
d. unipolar neurons
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Cranial and Spinal Nerves:
$500 Question
Our funny bone is actually this nerve:
a. brachial
b. median
c. radial
d. ulnar
ANSWER
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Cranial and Spinal Nerves:
$500 Answer
Our funny bone is actually this nerve:
a. brachial
b. median
c. radial
d. ulnar
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Motor Activity and Reflex Arcs:
$100 Question
All are levels of complex motor activity
except:
a. segmental
b. projection
c. reflex
d. precommand
ANSWER
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Motor Activity and Reflex Arcs:
$100 Answer
All are levels of complex motor activity
except:
a. segmental
b. projection
c. reflex
d. precommand
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Motor Activity and Reflex Arcs:
$200 Question
A reflex that results from practice is a(n)
______ reflex.
a. intrinsic
b. acquired
c. autonomic
d. skilled
ANSWER
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Motor Activity and Reflex Arcs:
$200 Answer
A reflex that results from practice is a(n)
______ reflex.
a. intrinsic
b. acquired
c. autonomic
d. skilled
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Motor Activity and Reflex Arcs:
$300 Question
These two brain areas, along with the
cerebral cortex, are the precommand
areas.
a. spinal cord and midbrain
b. midbrain and basal nuclei
c. basal nuclei and cerebellum
d. cerebellum and spinal cord
ANSWER
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Motor Activity and Reflex Arcs:
$300 Answer
These two brain areas, along with the
cerebral cortex, are the precommand
areas.
a. spinal cord and midbrain
b. midbrain and basal nuclei
c. basal nuclei and cerebellum
d. cerebellum and spinal cord
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Motor Activity and Reflex Arcs:
$400 Question
Central pattern generators are involved in
which type of movement?
a. rhythmic
b. reflexes
c. skilled
d. postural
ANSWER
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Motor Activity and Reflex Arcs:
$400 Answer
Central pattern generators are involved in
which type of movement?
a. rhythmic
b. reflexes
c. skilled
d. postural
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Motor Activity and Reflex Arcs:
$500 Question
All of the following are true of somatic
reflexes except:
a. they may be monosyaptic or
polysynaptic
b. both motor and sensory neurons are
part of the reflex arc
c. the CNS is not a part of
the reflex arc
ANSWER
d. a receptor is necessary
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Motor Activity and Reflex Arcs:
$500 Answer
All of the following are true of somatic
reflexes except:
a. they may be monosyaptic or
polysynaptic
b. both motor and sensory neurons are
part of the reflex arc
c. the CNS is not a part of
the reflex arc
d. a receptor is necessary
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Spinal Reflexes:
$100 Question
Which of the following is a superficial
reflex?
a. stretch
b. flexor
c. plantar
d. golgi tendon
ANSWER
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Spinal Reflexes:
$100 Answer
Which of the following is a superficial
reflex?
a. stretch
b. flexor
c. plantar
d. golgi tendon
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Spinal Reflexes:
$200 Question
The receptors for the stretch reflex are the
_________.
a. pain receptors
b. muscle spindles
c. tendon organs
d. touch receptors
ANSWER
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Spinal Reflexes:
$200 Answer
The receptors for the stretch reflex are the
_________.
a. pain receptors
b. muscle spindles
c. tendon organs
d. touch receptors
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Spinal Reflexes:
$300 Question
The reflex which causes a muscle to relax
due to an increase in muscle tension is the
________________.
a. stretch reflex
b. plantar reflex
c. golgi tendon reflex
d. crossed extensor reflex
ANSWER
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Spinal Reflexes:
$300 Answer
The reflex which causes a muscle to relax
due to an increase in muscle tension is the
________________.
a. stretch reflex
b. plantar reflex
c. golgi tendon reflex
d. crossed extensor reflex
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Spinal Reflexes:
$400 Question
When a reflex occurs on the same side of
the body as the stimulus it is classified as
________.
a. monosynaptic
b. polysynaptic
c. ipsilateral
d. reciprocal
ANSWER
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Spinal Reflexes:
$400 Answer
When a reflex occurs on the same side of
the body as the stimulus it is classified as
________.
a. monosynaptic
b. polysynaptic
c. ipsilateral
d. reciprocal
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Spinal Reflexes:
$500 Question
Antagonistic muscles are inhibited during
reflexes. This is known as _________.
a. reciprocal inhibition
b. ipsilateral inhibition
c. Babinski’s sign
d. reciprocal activation
ANSWER
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Spinal Reflexes:
$500 Answer
Antagonistic muscles are inhibited during
reflexes. This is known as _________.
a. reciprocal inhibition
b. ipsilateral inhibition
c. Babinski’s sign
d. reciprocal activation
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FINAL ROUND Question
The area of skin innervated by a single
spinal nerve is called a __________.
a. nerve division
b. segment level
c. integument segment
d. dermatone
ANSWER
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FINAL ROUND Answer
The area of skin innervated by a single
spinal nerve is called a __________.
a. nerve division
b. segment level
c. integument segment
d. dermatone
BACK TO GAME
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