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Me, Myself, and Eye

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Me Myself and Eye game quiz
"This quiz is about basic anatomy, function, and behavior of the most studied of our five senses, vision."

15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit  



1. Which of the four lobes of the brain is primarily responsible for vision?
    Occipital Lobe
    Temporal Lobe
    Frontal Lobe
    Parietal Lobe


2. Which part of the retinas projects information from the ipsilateral (same side) visual fields to the contralateral (opposite side) hemisphere of the brain?
    Frontal
    Nasal
    Temporal
    Rostral


3. What is the correct order of the primary visual pathway in the brain?
    Cornea, Superior Colliculus, Brodmann Area 17
    Retina, Arcuate Fasciculus, Calcarine Sulcus
    Fovea, Medial Geniculate Nucleus (MGN), Brodmann Area 17
    Retina, Lateral Geniculate Nucleus (LGN), Striate Cortex (V1)


4. Which of the following can a lesion to the primary visual cortex (V1) or optic tract cause?
    Hemianopia
    Achromatopsia
    Red Green Color Blindness
    Scotoma


5. What characterizes the visual impairment known as akinetopsia?
    Impaired motion perception due to cortical damage
    Impaired ability of object recognition due to inability to link visual information to semantic knowledge
    Impaired color perception due to cortical damage
    Impairment of visually guided reaching, despite normal object recognition abilities


6. Which of the following is a subtype of visual agnosia that is essentially a failure to organize a coherent perception of an object because of a breakdown of object constancy?
    Apperceptive Agnosia
    Prosopagnosia
    Associative Agnosia
    Object Agnosia


7. Which of the following pathway and lobe pairs is the one that is associated with identifying what an object in the enviroment is?
    Caudal Pathway, Frontal Lobe
    Dorsal Pathway, Parietal Lobe
    Ventral Pathway, Temporal Lobe
    Rostral Pathway, Occipital Lobe


8. In the primary visual cortex (V1) of the brain there are layers that code for only specific visual information. Within layers one and two there are darker areas that are known as blobs. What chemical causes these blobs to be darker?
    Acetylcholine Amylase
    Cytochrome Oxidase
    Dopamine Esterase
    Seratonergic Acid


9. Which of the following is a category specific visual deficit exemplified by the patient being unable to recognize faces?
    Faciagnosia
    Prosopagnosia
    Associative Agnosia
    Hemianopia


10. Which of the following degrees of orientation of a stimulus does a simple cell of the visual cortex get most activated by?
    85 Degrees
    45 Degrees
    65 Degrees
    25 Degrees


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Compiled Sep 22 13