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UTSGPSL440Y1Doug HutchinsonFall

PSL440Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Order Of Newfoundland And Labrador, Ganglion, Telecom Regulatory Authority Of India

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Deactivation of the phototransduction cascade occurs at multiple levels: Pigmented epithelium: interlaces with outer segments of the rods where actual
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PSL440Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Binocular Vision, Tral, Htc

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In terms of primary visual pathway, projections from right/left visual field onto retina of each eye: that information is separated at the optic chiasm
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UTSGPSL440Y1Doug HutchinsonFall

PSL440Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Prostaglandin, Calcitonin Gene-Related Peptide, Lesion

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Pain and its function: actively warns of potentially threatening stimuli. Different qualities sharp, aching, burning: primitive system that"s evolution
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UTSGPSL440Y1Doug HutchinsonFall

PSL440Y1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Posterior Parietal Cortex, Premotor Cortex, Hemispatial Neglect

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Cochlear areas of maximum vulnerability: stria vascularis. Presbycusis loss of hearing that gradually occurs in most individuals as they grow older: ha
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UTSGPSL440Y1Doug HutchinsonFall

PSL440Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: African Clawed Frog, Eyelid, Axon

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Lecture 11: the visual system 2 the retina. Specialized regions of the retina: fovea & macula: area where (cone) photoreceptors are most densely packed
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UTSGPSL440Y1Doug HutchinsonFall

PSL440Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Central Artery, Hypothalamus, Lisa Lopes

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The retina provides basic information (already slightly processed at retinal level: sensitivity/motion, colour, contrast. The brain must convert retina
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STA255H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Fair Coin, Bayes Estimator

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Instructions: this quiz is open book; it is worth 3 points and you have 8 minutes to complete it. No electronic devices with possible internet access,
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UTSGSTA255H1Shivon Sue-CheeWinter

STA255H1 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Sampling Distribution, Standard Deviation

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UTSGSTA255H1Shivon Sue-CheeWinter

STA255H1 Lecture 2: quiz1_255_w19_soln

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Instructions: this is an open-book quiz; it is worth 3 points and you have 8 minutes to complete it. No electronic devices with possible internet acces
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STA255H1 Quiz: quiz8_255_w19_Solutions

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STA255H1 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Scotiabank, Frequency Distribution, Standard Deviation

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STA255H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Bernoulli Distribution

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STA255H1 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Null Hypothesis, Alternative Hypothesis, Scatter Plot

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PSY202H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Complement Factor B, Pediatrics, Environmental Factor

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PSY202H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Dependent And Independent Variables, Cengage Learning, Complement Factor B

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STA255H1 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Exponential Distribution

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PSL440Y1 Lecture Notes - Motor Learning, Globus Pallidus, Proprioception

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The central motor system is arranged as a hierarchy of control levels, with the forebrain at the top and the spinal cord at the bottom (see table 14. 1
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UTSGPSL440Y1Doug HutchinsonFall

PSL440Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Posterior Column, Flight Control Surfaces, Lateral Grey Column

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Lecture 1: the nervous system: i anatomical. Anterior and posterior mean front and behind. Rostral and caudal mean nose and tail". Dorsal and ventral m
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UTSGPSL440Y1Doug HutchinsonFall

PSL440Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Lateral Sulcus, Parietal Lobe, Frontal Lobe

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PSL440Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Cranial Nerve Nucleus, Posterior Grey Column, Cranial Nerves

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UTSGPSL440Y1Doug HutchinsonFall

PSL440Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Lower Motor Neuron, Vestibular Nuclei, Premotor Cortex

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Cerebellum sends projections to premotor centers that themselves control motor centres. Massive parallel fibres going across to give it a stripe- like
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PSL440Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Cranial Nerve Nucleus, Cranial Nerves, Spinal Cord

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PSL440Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Anterior Commissure, Basal Ganglia, Pineal Gland

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Located between the telencephalon (superior top brain) and metencephalon (inferior), interventricular foramen (anterior) and posterior commissure. Rece
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UTSGPSL440Y1Doug HutchinsonFall

PSL440Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Astrocyte, Endothelium, Neuroglia

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Ehrlich noted extravasation of dye occurs in rest of body but not brain. Some exceptions are for ionic and metabolic needs: different types of transpor
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UTSGPSL440Y1Doug HutchinsonWinter

PSL440Y1 Chapter 10, 13: PSL440 Textbook Notes

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Nociceptors unspecialized nerve cell endings that initiate sensation of pain. Adelta group axons myelinated (fast), c fiber group axons unmyelinated (s
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PSL440Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Switching Barriers, Temporal Lobe, Brodmann Area 10

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PSL440Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Affect Theory, Satisficing, Electrodermal Activity

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Decision making involves assessment of all the courses of action available and determination of the action to take that will lead to the best consequen
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PSL440Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Perirhinal Cortex, Classical Conditioning, Encoding Specificity Principle

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Chapter 5 encoding and retrieval from long-term memory. Declarative memory includes two types of memories: i. ii. Episodic memory; the memory of events
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PSL440Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Limbic System, White Matter, Skeleton

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Chapter 1 how brain gives rise to the mind. Mental activity or cognition is the internal interpretation or transformation of stored information. Cognit
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PSL440Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Neural Pathway, Operant Conditioning, Psychophysiology

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Early psychology was built on the principles of philosophy where emotion and cognition were viewed as two distinct concepts. Plato believed that human
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PSL440Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Superior Temporal Sulcus, Motor Skill, Mirror Neuron

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Chapter 11 - motor cognition and mental simulation. Putting ourselves into someone else"s shoes requires motor cognition. Motor cognition is mental pro
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PSL440Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Thalamus, Gamemaster, Wason Selection Task

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Thinking is the process of mentally representing the aspects of the world and then transforming those representations to new representations that can p
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PSL440Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Frontal Lobe, Thalamus, Hemispatial Neglect

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Chapter 3: attention: attention is the process that enhances some information and inhibits other information. The enhancement enables us to select some
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PSL440Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Raphe Nuclei, Neocortex, Meninges

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Somatic sensation enables our body to feel, to ache, to chill, and to know what its parts are doing. It is sensitive to many kinds of stimuli. The cent
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Pain and its function: actively warns of potentially threatening stimuli. Different qualities sharp, aching, burning: primitive system that"s evolution
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Deactivation of the phototransduction cascade occurs at multiple levels: Pigmented epithelium: interlaces with outer segments of the rods where actual
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Decision making involves assessment of all the courses of action available and determination of the action to take that will lead to the best consequen
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PSL440Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Perirhinal Cortex, Classical Conditioning, Encoding Specificity Principle

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PSL440Y1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Posterior Parietal Cortex, Premotor Cortex, Hemispatial Neglect

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Pain and its function: actively warns of potentially threatening stimuli. Different qualities sharp, aching, burning: primitive system that"s evolution
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PSL440Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: African Clawed Frog, Eyelid, Axon

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Lecture 11: the visual system 2 the retina. Specialized regions of the retina: fovea & macula: area where (cone) photoreceptors are most densely packed
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The retina provides basic information (already slightly processed at retinal level: sensitivity/motion, colour, contrast. The brain must convert retina
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PSL440Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Order Of Newfoundland And Labrador, Ganglion, Telecom Regulatory Authority Of India

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Deactivation of the phototransduction cascade occurs at multiple levels: Pigmented epithelium: interlaces with outer segments of the rods where actual
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UTSGPSL440Y1Doug HutchinsonFall

PSL440Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Binocular Vision, Tral, Htc

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In terms of primary visual pathway, projections from right/left visual field onto retina of each eye: that information is separated at the optic chiasm
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