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Primary auditory cortex: Quiz


Question 1: The rostromedial prefrontal cortex is tonality sensitive, meaning it is activated by the tones and frequencies of ________ sounds and music.
Q factorResonatorResonanceMechanical resonance

Question 2: Brodmann area 41 is bounded medially by the parainsular area 52 (H) and laterally by the ________ (H) (Brodmann-1909).
Human brainProsencephalonPrimary auditory cortexGrey matter

Question 3: Brodmann area 42 is bounded medially by the ________ (H) and laterally by the superior temporal area 22 (Brodmann-1909).
Primary auditory cortexGrey matterHuman brainProsencephalon

Question 4: This aligns with the studies of people remembering a song in their minds; they do not perceive any sound, but experience the melody, ________ and overall experience of sound.
Time signatureMusical notationMeter (music)Rhythm

Question 5: Tone is perceived in more places than just the auditory cortex; one specifically fascinating area is the rostromedial ________.
Prefrontal cortexCingulate cortexHuman brainFrontal lobe

Question 6: The number of fields varies in different species, from as few as 2 in rodents to as many as 15 in the ________.
Rhesus MacaqueBarbary MacaqueGeladaAssam Macaque

Question 7: Randomly, the sixth and seventh notes were omitted and an ________, as well as a magnetoencephalogram were each employed to measure the neural results.
EpilepsyNervous systemNeurosurgeryElectroencephalography

Question 8: An ________ study of congenitally deaf kittens by Klinke et al.
ElectromyographyElectroencephalographyEvoked potentialNervous system

Question 9: Evidence for this comes from lesion studies in human patients who have sustained damage to cortical areas through tumors or ________, or from animal experiments in which cortical areas were deactivated by cooling or locally applied drug treatment.
Cerebral venous sinus thrombosisCerebral aneurysmStrokeSubarachnoid hemorrhage

Question 10: The termination of all audition and ________ into the tertiary auditory cortex creates a fascinating nexus of aural information.
MusicMusical notationClassical musicMusic theory


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