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What is the approximate resting potential of a human neuron?
 

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Perception of Pain
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tthorneI read that the cingulate gyrus is important in the interpretation of emotions with pain. In lecture we talked about somatosensory area 2, and this is involved in determing how severe or agonal the pain is. Is there a relation between these structures> 
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Re: Question Bank
09/27/18 @ 16:26 by jdmiles
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Aloha.  I'm afraid ther isn't currently a way to print out multiple questions. 

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sewerratHow does the Romberg test test for deficits in the vestibular system when you are standing still? Doesn't the vestibular system detect changes in angular and linear acceleration?
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