April 01, 2008
Neuroanatomy for the Psychiatrist

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Sample questions:
The basal ganglia are a group of small, interconnected subcortical nuclei. These nuclei serve a big role as a site for bringing emotions, executive functions, motivation, and motor activity together. Which of the subcortical nuclei listed below comprise the corpus striatum?
Injury to the hippocampal formation and parahippocampal cortex primarily produces which of the following deficits?
Which brain structure lies at the juncture of the tail of the caudate nucleus and the anteriormost ends of the parahippocampus and hippocampus?