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YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

PSYC 3530 Chapter Notes -Dendritic Spine, Axon Hillock, Axon Terminal

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11 Nov 2013
Epilepsy-- a disease in which discharges of abnormal electrical activity in the brain interfere with normal movements, thought, and consciousness. Each
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YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

PSYC 3530 Chapter Notes -Otto Loewi, Axon Terminal, Dendritic Spine

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11 Nov 2013
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YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

PSYC 3530 Chapter Notes -Primary Motor Cortex, Premotor Cortex, Prefrontal Cortex

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11 Nov 2013
The posterior sensory regions of the cortex specify movement goals and send information to the prefrontal cortex by a number of routes. More direct rou
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YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

PSYC 3530 Chapter Notes -Habenula, Intellectual Disability, Red Nucleus

12 Page
17 Sep 2013
Stroke - an interruption of blood to the brain that kills brain cells and causes the sudden appearance of neurological symptoms. Worldwide, stroke is t
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YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

PSYC 3530 Chapter Notes -Basal Ganglia, Postcentral Gyrus, Decortication

9 Page
11 Nov 2013
A hierarchy of function from spinal cord to cortex. Dysphasia-- impairment of speech caused by damage to the central nervous system. Subcortical struct
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YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

6. Imaging the Brain's Activity.docx

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11 Nov 2013
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YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

7. The Influence of Drugs and Hormones on Behavior.docx

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11 Nov 2013
The influence of drugs and hormones on behavior. Psychopharmacology is the study of how drugs affect the nervous system and behavior. A drug is a chemi
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YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

PSYC 3530 Chapter Notes -Periaqueductal Gray, Retinal Ganglion Cell, Sensory Neuron

15 Page
11 Nov 2013
Each sensory system is organized on a similar, hierarchical plan. Sensory receptors are specialized cells that transduce, or convert, sensory energy (f
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YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

PSYC 3530 Chapter Notes -Temporal Lobe, Lateral Sulcus, Commissurotomy

9 Page
11 Nov 2013
Laterality-- the idea that the two cerebral hemispheres have separate functions. Four variables complicate the research on laterality: laterality is re
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YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

PSYC 3530 Chapter Notes -Bipedalism, Alister Hardy, Encephalization Quotient

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17 Sep 2013
Human language may derive from more-primitive forms of communication used by human ancestors. Kanzi, like all of us humans, belongs to the primate orde
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YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

PSYC 3530 Chapter Notes -Frontal Lobe, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Ct Scan

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17 Sep 2013
Neuropsychology-- the study of the relation between behavior and brain function. Traumatic brain injury (tbi)-- a wound to the brain that results from
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YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

PSYC 3530 Chapter Notes -Superior Temporal Sulcus, Inferior Temporal Gyrus, Calcarine Sulcus

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11 Nov 2013
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YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

PSYC 3530 Chapter Notes -Temporal Lobe, Lateral Sulcus, Commissurotomy

9 Page
11 Nov 2013
Laterality-- the idea that the two cerebral hemispheres have separate functions. Four variables complicate the research on laterality: laterality is re
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YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

PSYC 3530 Chapter Notes -Frontal Lobe, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Ct Scan

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17 Sep 2013
Neuropsychology-- the study of the relation between behavior and brain function. Traumatic brain injury (tbi)-- a wound to the brain that results from
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YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

PSYC 3530 Chapter Notes -Primary Motor Cortex, Premotor Cortex, Prefrontal Cortex

12 Page
11 Nov 2013
The posterior sensory regions of the cortex specify movement goals and send information to the prefrontal cortex by a number of routes. More direct rou
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YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

PSYC 3530 Chapter Notes -Superior Temporal Sulcus, Inferior Temporal Gyrus, Calcarine Sulcus

11 Page
11 Nov 2013
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YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

7. The Influence of Drugs and Hormones on Behavior.docx

12 Page
11 Nov 2013
The influence of drugs and hormones on behavior. Psychopharmacology is the study of how drugs affect the nervous system and behavior. A drug is a chemi
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YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

PSYC 3530 Chapter Notes -Periaqueductal Gray, Retinal Ganglion Cell, Sensory Neuron

15 Page
11 Nov 2013
Each sensory system is organized on a similar, hierarchical plan. Sensory receptors are specialized cells that transduce, or convert, sensory energy (f
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YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

PSYC 3530 Chapter Notes -Lateralization Of Brain Function, Lateral Sulcus, Cerebral Circulation

10 Page
11 Nov 2013
Brains (and hemispheres) differ in size, gyral patterns, distribution of gray and white matter, cytoarchitectonics, vascular patterns, and neurochemist
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YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

PSYC 3530 Chapter Notes -Dendritic Spine, Axon Hillock, Axon Terminal

15 Page
11 Nov 2013
Epilepsy-- a disease in which discharges of abnormal electrical activity in the brain interfere with normal movements, thought, and consciousness. Each
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YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

PSYC 3530 Chapter Notes -Habenula, Intellectual Disability, Red Nucleus

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17 Sep 2013
Stroke - an interruption of blood to the brain that kills brain cells and causes the sudden appearance of neurological symptoms. Worldwide, stroke is t
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YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

PSYC 3530 Chapter Notes -Bipedalism, Alister Hardy, Encephalization Quotient

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17 Sep 2013
Human language may derive from more-primitive forms of communication used by human ancestors. Kanzi, like all of us humans, belongs to the primate orde
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PSYC 3530 Chapter Notes -Frontal Lobe, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Ct Scan

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PSYC 3530 Chapter Notes -Primary Motor Cortex, Premotor Cortex, Prefrontal Cortex

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PSYC 3530 Chapter Notes -Superior Temporal Sulcus, Inferior Temporal Gyrus, Calcarine Sulcus

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PSYC 3530 Chapter Notes -Periaqueductal Gray, Retinal Ganglion Cell, Sensory Neuron

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Each sensory system is organized on a similar, hierarchical plan. Sensory receptors are specialized cells that transduce, or convert, sensory energy (f
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PSYC 3530 Chapter Notes -Lateralization Of Brain Function, Lateral Sulcus, Cerebral Circulation

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11 Nov 2013
Brains (and hemispheres) differ in size, gyral patterns, distribution of gray and white matter, cytoarchitectonics, vascular patterns, and neurochemist
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YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

PSYC 3530 Chapter Notes -Dendritic Spine, Axon Hillock, Axon Terminal

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11 Nov 2013
Epilepsy-- a disease in which discharges of abnormal electrical activity in the brain interfere with normal movements, thought, and consciousness. Each
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YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

PSYC 3530 Chapter Notes -Habenula, Intellectual Disability, Red Nucleus

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17 Sep 2013
Stroke - an interruption of blood to the brain that kills brain cells and causes the sudden appearance of neurological symptoms. Worldwide, stroke is t
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YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

PSYC 3530 Chapter Notes -Bipedalism, Alister Hardy, Encephalization Quotient

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17 Sep 2013
Human language may derive from more-primitive forms of communication used by human ancestors. Kanzi, like all of us humans, belongs to the primate orde
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YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

PSYC 3530 Chapter Notes -Dendritic Spine, Axon Hillock, Axon Terminal

15 Page
11 Nov 2013
Epilepsy-- a disease in which discharges of abnormal electrical activity in the brain interfere with normal movements, thought, and consciousness. Each
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YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

PSYC 3530 Chapter Notes -Otto Loewi, Axon Terminal, Dendritic Spine

14 Page
11 Nov 2013
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YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

PSYC 3530 Chapter Notes -Periaqueductal Gray, Retinal Ganglion Cell, Sensory Neuron

15 Page
11 Nov 2013
Each sensory system is organized on a similar, hierarchical plan. Sensory receptors are specialized cells that transduce, or convert, sensory energy (f
View Document
YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

PSYC 3530 Chapter Notes -Primary Motor Cortex, Premotor Cortex, Prefrontal Cortex

12 Page
11 Nov 2013
The posterior sensory regions of the cortex specify movement goals and send information to the prefrontal cortex by a number of routes. More direct rou
View Document
YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

7. The Influence of Drugs and Hormones on Behavior.docx

12 Page
11 Nov 2013
The influence of drugs and hormones on behavior. Psychopharmacology is the study of how drugs affect the nervous system and behavior. A drug is a chemi
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YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

PSYC 3530 Chapter Notes -Superior Temporal Sulcus, Inferior Temporal Gyrus, Calcarine Sulcus

11 Page
11 Nov 2013
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YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

PSYC 3530 Chapter Notes -Lateralization Of Brain Function, Lateral Sulcus, Cerebral Circulation

10 Page
11 Nov 2013
Brains (and hemispheres) differ in size, gyral patterns, distribution of gray and white matter, cytoarchitectonics, vascular patterns, and neurochemist
View Document
YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

PSYC 3530 Chapter Notes -Temporal Lobe, Lateral Sulcus, Commissurotomy

9 Page
11 Nov 2013
Laterality-- the idea that the two cerebral hemispheres have separate functions. Four variables complicate the research on laterality: laterality is re
View Document
YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

PSYC 3530 Chapter Notes -Basal Ganglia, Postcentral Gyrus, Decortication

9 Page
11 Nov 2013
A hierarchy of function from spinal cord to cortex. Dysphasia-- impairment of speech caused by damage to the central nervous system. Subcortical struct
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YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

6. Imaging the Brain's Activity.docx

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11 Nov 2013
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