Answer the following questions as you watch todays video

Answer the following questions as you watch todays video. The questions follow the same order in which the topics are discussed. 1. How many nerve cells are there in the human brain The brain is made up of 100 billion nerve cells. Patient 1 Derek feels pain in an arm that no longer exists. 2. What is the name of Deriks condition Phantom limb syndrome 3. What are the main symptoms After amputations or a missing limb this symptom causes people to believe theres excruciating pain, rubbing sensations, and a stroking sensation in their phantom hand. 4. What is the main area of the brain involved in this condition The main area of the brain being involved in this condition is a somatosensory cortex (a massive reorganization of sensory pathways in the brain) such as a cross wiring in the brain. 5. Can neural pathways in the brain be changed Yes, according to Ramachandran neural pathways in the brain can change. Patient 2 Graham Is blind. 6. What is the name of Grahams condition Blind sight 7. What are the main symptoms The symptoms for this condition is that the individual is aware of partial functions of site such as motion that has no shape, form, or contrast. What this symptom lacks is the ability to put everything together therefore they cant recognize the object with meaning. 8. Where has the damage to Grahams brain occurred The damage has occurred in the visual cortex because of that inability Graham isnt able to see anything consciously. 9. Grahams vision is similar to that of what animals Grahams vision is similar to reptiles. Patient 3 Peggy 10. What is the name of Peggys condition Visual Neglect 11. What are the main symptoms Peggys main symptoms for this condition is that although she has normal vision shes unaware of the left side. Like for example, if shes told to draw a flower, her concentration will only be based on the right side. 12. Where has the damage to Pettys brain occurred The damage in Pettys brain has occurred in the parietal lobe therefore shes unable to deal with the left side of the world. 13. How many different areas of the brain are associated with seeing According to the video, the visual cortex is what enables us to see but theres 30 areas in the brain concerned with seeing. Patient 4 David convinced his parents are imposters. 14. What are the two visual streams of processing called How pathway and What pathway 15. Which one has been damaged by Davids accident The what pathway has been damaged by Davids accident. 16. What are the main symptoms of this condition David symptoms for this condition is that he believes things have been replaced by identical imposters. These delusional things may be people, houses, yourself, or pets. 17. What causes this condition Davids delusions are being caused by the rupture of specific brain circuits. Therefore, due to the inability of his emotional response this causes David to profound delusions. Patient 5 John he believes that sometimes he is god. 18. What is the name of Johns condition Temporal Lobe Epilepsy 19. What is the main symptom of this condition The main symptom in Johns condition are seizures that each lasted 5 minutes and involved high intensity convulsions that trigged religious experiences. 20. What causes this condition There are two possibilities that were mentioned in this video that may encounter this condition. One, is that the seizure activity in the temporal lobe somehow creates all kinds of strange emotions in the persons mind. Therefore, John experiences overwhelming spiritual feelings as if God is visiting him. Two, it might have to do with how the temporal lobe is wired up causing him to deal with the world emotionally. 21. What part of Johns brain is damaged Temporal lobe Name _________________ Class _____________ Date ___________ Y, I-iii3JPO-fWZO0,_p7
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Answer the following questions as you watch todays video. The questions follow the same order in which the topics are discussed. 1. How many nerve cells are there in the human brain The brain is made up of 100 billion nerve cells. Patient 1 Derek feels pain in an arm that no longer exists. 2. What is the name of Deriks condition Phantom limb syndrome 3. What are the main symptoms After amputations or a missing limb this symptom causes people to believe theres excruciating pain, rubbing sensations, and a stroking sensation in their phantom hand. 4. What is the main area of the brain involved in this condition The main area of the brain being involved in this condition is a somatosensory cortex (a massive reorganization of sensory pathways in the brain) such as a cross wiring in the brain. 5. Can neural pathways in the brain be changed Yes, according to Ramachandran neural pathways in the brain can change. Patient 2 Graham Is blind. 6. What is the name of Grahams condition Blind sight 7. What are the main symptoms The symptoms for this condition is that the individual is aware of partial functions of site such as motion that has no shape, form, or contrast. What this symptom lacks is the ability to put everything together therefore they cant recognize the object with meaning. 8. Where has the damage to Grahams brain occurred The damage has occurred in the visual cortex because of that inability Graham isnt able to see anything consciously. 9. Grahams vision is similar to that of what animals Grahams vision is similar to reptiles. Patient 3 Peggy 10. What is the name of Peggys condition Visual Neglect 11. What are the main symptoms Peggys main symptoms for this condition is that although she has normal vision shes unaware of the left side. Like for example, if shes told to draw a flower, her concentration will only be based on the right side. 12. Where has the damage to Pettys brain occurred The damage in Pettys brain has occurred in the parietal lobe therefore shes unable to deal with the left side of the world. 13. How many different areas of the brain are associated with seeing According to the video, the visual cortex is what enables us to see but theres 30 areas in the brain concerned with seeing. Patient 4 David convinced his parents are imposters. 14. What are the two visual streams of processing called How pathway and What pathway 15. Which one has been damaged by Davids accident The what pathway has been damaged by Davids accident. 16. What are the main symptoms of this condition David symptoms for this condition is that he believes things have been replaced by identical imposters. These delusional things may be people, houses, yourself, or pets. 17. What causes this condition Davids delusions are being caused by the rupture of specific brain circuits. Therefore, due to the inability of his emotional response this causes David to profound delusions. Patient 5 John he believes that sometimes he is god. 18. What is the name of Johns condition Temporal Lobe Epilepsy 19. What is the main symptom of this condition The main symptom in Johns condition are seizures that each lasted 5 minutes and involved high intensity convulsions that trigged religious experiences. 20. What causes this condition There are two possibilities that were mentioned in this video that may encounter this condition. One, is that the seizure activity in the temporal lobe somehow creates all kinds of strange emotions in the persons mind. Therefore, John experiences overwhelming spiritual feelings as if God is visiting him. Two, it might have to do with how the temporal lobe is wired up causing him to deal with the world emotionally. 21. What part of Johns brain is damaged Temporal lobe Name _________________ Class _____________ Date ___________ Y, I-iii3JPO-fWZO0,_p7
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