Chapter 15 Sensory, Motor and Integrative Systems

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Chapter 15  Sensory, Motor and Integrative Systems

 

 

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1.
A single sensory neuron can have how many modalities?

A) One B) Dozens C) Hundreds D) Thousands E) Zero

Ans:  A Difficulty:  easy

2.
Which of the following is not an event in the process of sensation?
A)
Stimulation of sensory receptors
D)
Generation of impulses
B)
Transduction of the stimulus
E)
Integration of sensory input.
C)
Transmission of the synapse

Ans:  C Difficulty:  easy

3.
These are sensory receptors that are located in blood vessels and visceral organs and their signals are not usually consciously perceived.
A)
Encapsulated nerve endings
D)
Osmoreceptors
B)
Interoceptors
E)
Separate cells
C)
Chemoreceptors

Ans:  B Difficulty:  medium

4.
This type of sensory receptor responds to stimuli resulting from physical or chemical damage to tissue.
A)
Encapsulated nerve ending
D)
Nociceptor
B)
Free nerve ending
E)
Chemoreceptor
C)
Separate cell

Ans:  D Difficulty:  medium

5.
During this, the frequency of nerve impulses in the first-order neuron decreases during prolonged stimulus.

A) Fatigue B) Adaptation C) Perception D) Modality E) Transduction

Ans:  B Difficulty:  easy

 

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