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  1. Taylor Jeopardy Ch. 6 The Body and Behavior Taken from Questions compiled by Sue Boland, LHU of PAProgram developed by Dan Hosey, Bucknell U. and Mark Damon.

  2. FinalJeopardy Round 1 Round 2

  3. CNS You’re on my last neuron Brain stem Peripheral Communication 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 To Round Two!

  4. C1 - 100 100 What CNS stands for. Back to board Correct Answer

  5. C1 - 200 200 The two components of the CNS. Back to board Correct Answer

  6. C1 - 300 300 It covers and protects the spine. Back to board Correct Answer

  7. C1 - 400 400 The weight of the adult human brain. Back to board Correct Answer

  8. C1 -500 500 The explosion of electrical activity sent down an axon when a neuron sends information. Back to board Correct Answer

  9. C2 - 100 100 The two main divisions of the nervous system. Back to board Correct Answer

  10. C2 - 200 200 The type of nerves that carry information from the central nervous system to the body. Back to board Correct Answer

  11. C2 - 300 300 You don’t have to concentrate to get this half of the PNS to work because it does so automatically. Back to board Correct Answer

  12. C2 - 400 400 Name of the man who survived after and iron rod went through the frontal lobe of his brain in 1848. Back to board Correct Answer

  13. C2 -500 500 Memory loss, dementia, depression, social withdrawal, plaques and tangles. Back to board Correct Answer

  14. C3 -100 100 The area including the space or gap between neurons. Back to board Correct Answer

  15. C3 -200 200 Chemicals released by one neuron and received by another neuron. Back to board Correct Answer

  16. C3 -300 300 Disease characterized as an electrical “brainstorm” Back to board Correct Answer

  17. C3 -400 400 A nerve impulse is faster if an axon has this. It protects the axon. Back to board Correct Answer

  18. C3 -500 500 It isn’t a shock, but it does come about with a change in electrical voltage of a neuron. Back to board Correct Answer

  19. C4 -100 100 This is the part of a neuron that sends a message (nerve impulse) to another cell. Back to board Correct Answer

  20. C4 -200 200 Uses detection of radio frequency signals produced by displaced radio waves in a magnetic field. Back to board Correct Answer

  21. C4 -300 300 This part of a neuron receives messages from other cells. Back to board Correct Answer

  22. C4 -400 400 A collection of neurons make up one of these. They vary in length. Back to board Correct Answer

  23. C4 -500 500 A lack of this insulation on neurons has been implicated in the disease, multiple sclerosis. Back to board Correct Answer

  24. C5 -100 100 Electrical activity of the brain recorded with scalp or brain electrodes. Back to board Correct Answer

  25. C5 -200 200 Scanning method that detects radioactive material that is injected or inhaled to produce an image of the brain. Back to board Correct Answer

  26. C5 -300 300 If you are feeling sleepy, this part of the brain stem may be responsible. Back to board Correct Answer

  27. C5 -400 400 In terms of location, the brain stem sits on top of this. Back to board Correct Answer

  28. C5 -500 500 Not part of the brain stem, but nearby. This brain structure helps you walk straight. Back to board Correct Answer

  29. DAILY DOUBLE Question

  30. Two halves make a whole Sleep & Dreaming Midbrain Lobes Grab bag 200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 To Final Jeopardy! To Round One

  31. C6 -200 200 Brain structure that controls your drives to survive. Thirst, hunger, reproduction. Back to Board Correct Answer

  32. C6 -400 400 This brain structure functions something like the man at the post office that you give all your messages to. Back to Board Correct Answer

  33. C6 -600 600 The MASTER GLAND supervises the hormonal system. Back to Board Correct Answer

  34. C6 -800 800 If you can’t remember playing this game an hour later, you may have a problem with this brain structure. Back to Board Correct Answer

  35. C6 -1000 1000 This brain structure that deals with violent emotions. Fight or Flight Back to Board Correct Answer

  36. C7 -200 200 The beat goes on in this “listening” lobe. Back to Board Correct Answer

  37. C7 -400 400 If the thalamus is sent images from the eyes, they will be sent to this lobe. Back to Board Correct Answer

  38. C7 -600 600 Goldilocks may have been using this lobe as she judged porridge to be too hot, too cold, and just right. Back to Board Correct Answer

  39. C7 -800 800 After a freak accident, Phineas Gage showed a change in personality when this lobe was damaged. Back to Board Correct Answer

  40. C7 -1000 1000 This area let’s you speak, but it’s not the area that helps you understand. Back to Board Correct Answer

  41. C8 -200 200 Father of Psychoanalysis? Back to Board Correct Answer

  42. C8 -400 400 Most people process language with this hemisphere. Back to Board Correct Answer

  43. C8 -600 600 When you recognize a face in a crowd you are most likely using this hemisphere. Spatial Recognition. Back to Board Correct Answer

  44. C8 -800 800 If a picture is shown in your left visual field, it will be processed by the occipital lobe in this brain hemisphere. Back to Board Correct Answer

  45. C8 -1000 1000 If you are shown a picture in your right visual field, and then are asked to draw it, you will most likely use this hand. It may help to assume you are a split brain patient. Back to Board Correct Answer

  46. C9 -200 200 What is the picture in your text book of on page 321? Correct Answer Back to Board

  47. C9 -400 400 It’s the stage of sleep when you are most likely to sleep walk? Back to Board Correct Answer

  48. C9 -600 600 If you get in a fight you are probably short circuiting your brain to the Back to Board Correct Answer

  49. C9 -800 800 The fact that students often dream about taking exams seems to support this theory of dreaming. Back to Board Correct Answer

  50. C9 -1000 1000 It the theory of dreaming that says that your cerebrum is just making stories to make sense of random signals from the pons (brain stem). Back to Board Correct Answer