Top Neuroanatomy Quizzes & Trivia

Neuroanatomy is the study of the structure and function of the nervous system. Did you know that the nervous system is divided into two major parts? The brain and spinal column make up the central nervous system, or CNS and the nerves that travel through the rest of the body is the peripheral nervous system. In fact, the peripheral nervous system can be divided again!
Do you know the difference between the somatic nervous system and the autonomic nervous system? The autonomic system can also be divided, into the sympathetic and parasympathetic systems! Did you know that records of neuroanatomy study date back to the ancient Egyptians? Did you know that all nervous tissue is made up of a combination of neurons, glial cells, and extracellular matrix? If you’re ready to use your brain, then see how much you know about it by taking some of our quizzes.

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Quizzes: Human Brain  |  Brain  |  Psychology  |  Neuroscience  |  Nervous System  | 

  • Which of the following are all interneurons?

  • Which of the following are both output (projection) neurons?

  • In the peripheral nervous system, myelinated fibres...(classification of fibres)

  • This part makes up of myelinated axon which are 80% lipid. 2) are glistening white in appearance. 3)called white matter
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  • This part makes up of gray matter deep in EACH Hemisphere of the cerebrum
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  • This part of the cerebrum contains a bundle of nerve fibers connecting the 2 hemispheres of the cerebrum.
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  • The four lobes found within the brain are:

  • Which of the following listed are the 4 major arteries that supply the brain.

  • The ACA is a major arterial blood supply to the brain. What does ACA stand for?

  • The main cell type which produces CSF is the

  • The main anatomical structure which produces CSF is called the

  • The main compartments which hold CSF in the brain are called