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[NROC61H3] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (124 pages long!)

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29 Nov 2016
Study guide lec01 tutorials: discuss course materials with tas, professor available by e-mail teaching philosophy. 3. thinking based thoughts about neu
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NROC61H3 Study Guide - Comprehensive Midterm Guide: Nucleus Accumbens, Conditioned Taste Aversion, Corneal Reflex

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5 Oct 2016
Study guide lec01 tutorials: discuss course materials with tas, professor available by e-mail teaching philosophy. 3. thinking based thoughts about neu
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UTSCNROC61H3Rutsuko ItoFall

NROC61H3 Study Guide - Rodent, Calcification, Medial Forebrain Bundle

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30 Jan 2014
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UTSCNROC61H3Rutsuko ItoFall

NROC61H3 Study Guide - Sickness Behavior, Hyperalgesia, Prostaglandin E2

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30 Jan 2014
1. fat mass set point: what happens if you go over or under the set point, over. 1. leptin / insulin levels increase: cart / pomc activated a. increase
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UTSCNROC61H3Rutsuko ItoFall

NROC61H3 Study Guide - Opioid Receptor, Anxiogenic, Narcolepsy

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30 Jan 2014
Lec06 lecture overview: what do we associate with reward, neurochemical substrates of self-administration, dopamine function in reward, hedonic orofaci
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UTSCNROC61H3Rutsuko ItoFall

NROC61H3 Study Guide - Leptin, Proopiomelanocortin, Optogenetics

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30 Jan 2014
1. focus on hypothalamus as a motivation center: known as a motvation center, evidence for this, also have different functions (refer to lec08) 2. regu
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UTSCNROC61H3Ito Lee RFall

NROC61H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Autonomic Nervous System, Trpv1, Propranolol

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9 Dec 2013
Intracranial self- stimulation: reward: feeling of pleasure accompanies certain acts or experience (hedonic impact) Feeling of anticipation of impendin
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UTSCNROC61H3Le BoutillierWinter

NROC61H3 Study Guide - Memory Consolidation

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16 Jan 2012
The when s and whats of sleep-dpndnt memory consolidation. Memory consolidation maybe the only function that can explain loss of consciousness experien
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UTSCNROC61H3Ito Lee RFall

NROC61H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Little Albert Experiment, Morphine, Microdialysis

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24 Oct 2013
Pavlovian conditioning: studies of pavlov, also known as classical condition, form of associative learning, by repeated pairing of neutral stimulus wit
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BIOB10H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Flagellum, Nitrogenous Base, Deoxyribose

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4 Jun 2020
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BIOB10H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Golgi Apparatus, Flagellum, Deoxyribose

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4 Jun 2020
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GGRA30H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Pivot Table, Scatter Plot, Contingency Table

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4 Jun 2020
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GGRA30H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Web Map Service, Qgis, Cbmt-Dt

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4 Jun 2020
2 qgis gui (graphical user interface) overview 2. This exercise is intended to provide an introduction to three basic components of the qgis desktop: q
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GGRA30H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Toronto Pearson International Airport, Scatter Plot, Autocomplete

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4 Jun 2020
Department of human geography, university of toronto scarborough. This exercise is intended to: familiarize you with the excel user interface, provide
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MGOC10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Decision Tree Learning, Test Pilot, Seed

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12 Apr 2020
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MGOC10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Test Pilot, Decision Tree Learning, Conditional Probability

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12 Apr 2020
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MGOC20H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Admissible Set, Operations Management

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8 Apr 2020
Mgoc20 operations management: a mathematical approach l01, midterm solution. Q1. (a) p4 = . 75, h = . 75(. 10) = . 875/unit/year. = 140. 095, eoq4 is n
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BIOB32H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Nerve Conduction Velocity, Gastrocnemius Muscle, Sciatic Nerve

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26 Mar 2020
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MGTA01H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Scantron Corporation, Monopolistic Competition, Government Spending

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23 Feb 2020
Instructions: on the scantron answer sheet, you must. Print your student number: on the scantron answer sheet, you must. Fill in all the appropriate bu
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UTSCNROC61H3Ito LeeWinter

NROC61H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Classical Conditioning, Latent Inhibition, Nucleus Accumbens

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13 Feb 2016
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NROC61H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Prefrontal Cortex, Classical Conditioning, Instrumental And Value-Rational Action

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2 Feb 2018
Instrumental vs pavlovian conditioning: grindley (1932) found a form of learning that couldn"t be explained via. Midterm 1: measure the time needed for
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UTSCNROC61H3Rutsuko ItoFall

NROC61H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Striatum, Morphine, Excitotoxicity

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19 Oct 2013
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NROC61H3 Lecture Notes - Lithium Chloride, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Olanzapine

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5 Nov 2012
The role of dopamine and serotonin in anorexia nervosa: [1] fladung, a. k. , gr n, g. , grammer, k. , herrnberger, b. , schilly, e. , grasteit, s. , wo
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NROC61H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Medial Forebrain Bundle, Nucleus Accumbens, Dopamine Receptor

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26 Sep 2016
Lec06 lecture overview: what do we associate with reward, neurochemical substrates of self-administration, dopamine function in reward, hedonic orofaci
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UTSCNROC61H3Rutsuko ItoWinter

NROC61H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Striatum, Froot Loops, Prefrontal Cortex

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21 Feb 2016
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UTSCNROC61H3Anett SchumacherWinter

NROC61H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Dopaminergic Pathways, Nigrostriatal Pathway, Mesolimbic Pathway

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26 Jan 2018
Pair us with the neural trace of cs instead of cs itself. Jan. 19, 2017: in his 1968 study, rescorla trained rats to lever press for food and then pair
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UTSCNROC61H3Anett SchumacherWinter

NROC61H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Amygdala, Conditioned Taste Aversion, Orbitofrontal Cortex

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26 Jan 2018
Incentive theory believes that external goes motivates behaviour: doesn"t take intrinsic motivators into account. Final thoughts: things that reinforce
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UTSCNROC61H3Rutsuko ItoFall

NROC61H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Nucleus Accumbens, Conditioned Place Preference, Amygdala

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19 Oct 2013
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NROC61H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Dopaminergic Pathways, Lithium Chloride, Pars Reticulata

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19 Oct 2013
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UTSCNROC61H3Le BoutillierFall

NROC61 - Ch15 textbook notes

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1 Feb 2012
The hypothalamus sits below the thalamus, along the walls of the third ventricle. This tiny cluster of nuclei makes up less than 1% of the brain s mass
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Chapter 25

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11 Dec 2011
Chapter 25 molecular mechanisms of learning and memory. Introduction studies on invertebrate animals have shown that hebb was right: memories can resid
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UTSCNROC61H3Le BoutillierFall

NROC61 - Eskandari article notes

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1 Feb 2012
Eskandari - neural-immune interactions in health and disease. Cns signals immune system via hormonal & neuronal pathways and immune sysem sig nals cns
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UTSCNROC61H3Marie GadziolaFall

NROC61H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Dog Bite, Immunosuppression, Systematic Desensitization

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5 Oct 2018
Chapter 5 classical conditioning: underlying processes and practical applications. Stimulus-substitution theory the cs acts as a substitute for the us.
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Chapter 16

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11 Dec 2011
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UTSCNROC61H3Marie GadziolaFall

NROC61H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Reinforcement, Backward Chaining, Abraham Maslow

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5 Oct 2018
Chapter 7 schedules and theories of reinforcement. Schedules of reinforcement is the response requirement that must be met to obtain reinforcement. A s
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UTSCNROC61H3Marie GadziolaFall

NROC61H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Classical Conditioning, Fear Conditioning, Aplysia

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5 Oct 2018
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UTSCNROC61H3Le BoutillierFall

NROC61 - Ch19 textbook notes

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1 Feb 2012
The electrical contribution of any single cortical neuron is exceeding small, however, and must penetrate several layers of non-neural tissue to reach
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UTSCNROC61H3Janelle LeboutillierWinter

CHAPTER 13.docx

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18 Apr 2012
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UTSCNROC61H3Marie GadziolaFall

NROC61H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Ellipse, Third Order, Catatonia

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5 Oct 2018
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NROC61H3 Study Guide - Comprehensive Midterm Guide: Nucleus Accumbens, Conditioned Taste Aversion, Corneal Reflex

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NROC61H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Little Albert Experiment, Morphine, Microdialysis

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NROC61H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Autonomic Nervous System, Trpv1, Propranolol

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[NROC61H3] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (124 pages long!)

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UTSCNROC61H3Anett SchumacherWinter

NROC61H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Prefrontal Cortex, Classical Conditioning, Instrumental And Value-Rational Action

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Instrumental vs pavlovian conditioning: grindley (1932) found a form of learning that couldn"t be explained via. Midterm 1: measure the time needed for
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UTSCNROC61H3Rutsuko ItoFall

NROC61H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Striatum, Morphine, Excitotoxicity

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19 Oct 2013
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NROC61H3 Lecture Notes - Lithium Chloride, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Olanzapine

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The role of dopamine and serotonin in anorexia nervosa: [1] fladung, a. k. , gr n, g. , grammer, k. , herrnberger, b. , schilly, e. , grasteit, s. , wo
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NROC61H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Medial Forebrain Bundle, Nucleus Accumbens, Dopamine Receptor

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26 Sep 2016
Lec06 lecture overview: what do we associate with reward, neurochemical substrates of self-administration, dopamine function in reward, hedonic orofaci
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NROC61H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Striatum, Froot Loops, Prefrontal Cortex

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21 Feb 2016
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NROC61H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Dopamine Antagonist, Reward System

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The location where they received the stimulation was rewarding: rat turns the wheel to receive the electrical stimulation. Increase in rates of self st
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NROC61H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Fear Conditioning, Reductionism, Reward System

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12 Jan 2020
Very broad because there are many streams of neuroscience: physiology uses reductionist approach to explain underlying processes of a certain behaviora
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NROC61H3 Lecture 6: Lecture 6

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26 Feb 2019
Article 1- phasic firing in dopaminergic neurons is sufficient for behavioural conditioning. In the 1950s, olds and milner had shown through experiment
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NROC61H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Orexin, Vagus Nerve, Adipose Tissue

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26 Feb 2019
Hungry (stomach growls, low energy), mental illnesses, external stimuli, because you have to. Short-term regulation model- satiety signals rise in resp
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NROC61H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Posterior Pituitary, Anatomy Of The Cerebellum, Lateral Hypothalamus

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26 Feb 2019
Obesity has become a very large problem in today"s society. It has been a contributor to numerous chronic diseases. Despite major advances in understan
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NROC61H3 Lecture 3: Lecture 3

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26 Feb 2019
An action potential in a central neuron is only triggered if a certain threshold is reached. Synaptic integration is a summation of all the synaptic in
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NROC61H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Dopamine Receptor D1, Picrotoxin, Capsid

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5 Oct 2018
Addiction involves action-selection processes in the dorsal striatum, which mediates habitual actions. Lack of input to the striatum can result in over
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NROC61H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Reinforcement, Backward Chaining, Abraham Maslow

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5 Oct 2018
Chapter 7 schedules and theories of reinforcement. Schedules of reinforcement is the response requirement that must be met to obtain reinforcement. A s
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NROC61H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Ellipse, Third Order, Catatonia

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NROC61H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Dog Bite, Immunosuppression, Systematic Desensitization

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Chapter 5 classical conditioning: underlying processes and practical applications. Stimulus-substitution theory the cs acts as a substitute for the us.
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