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FSUPSB-2000Orenda L JohnsonFall

PSB 2000- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 17 pages long!)

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FSUPSB-2000Orenda JohnsonFall

PSB-2000 Study Guide - Comprehensive Midterm Guide: Twin, Parietal Lobe, Gene Expression

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Psb 2000 chapter 1: biopsychology as a neuroscience. Psychology: all behavior, both normal and abnormal, including perceptions, thoughts, movements, an
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FSUPSB-2000BerkleyFall

PSB-2000 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Saltatory Conduction, Paroxetine, Sodium-Potassium Alloy

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Estimate of how much of the variance in a characteristic (within a population) is due to differences in heredity (genes) Identical twins (monozygotic)>
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FSUPSB-2000AllSpring

PSB-2000 Study Guide - Pluralistic Ignorance, Distressing, Philip Zimbardo

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FSUPSB-2000AllSpring

PSB-2000 Study Guide - Acetylcholine, Reuptake, Occipital Lobe

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FSUPSB-2000AllSpring

PSB-2000 Study Guide - Haloperidol, Nucleus Accumbens, Vasopressin

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FSUPSB-2000AllSummer

PSB-2000 Study Guide - Homeostasis, Abraham Maslow

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FSUPSB-2000AllSummer

PSB-2000 Study Guide - Dissociative Disorder, Mania, Laxative

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FSUPSB-2000Aaron WilberSpring

PSB-2000 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Cranial Nerves, Myelin, Parvocellular Cell

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FSUPSB-2000Orenda JohnsonSpring

PSB-2000 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Striatum, Two-Streams Hypothesis, Delirium Tremens

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The entering dorsal roots carry = sensory info to the brain. Soma lives in dorsal root ganglion (drg) Axon ends in skin and in spinal cord. Soma is in
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FSUPSB-2000Orenda JohnsonFall

PSB-2000 Lecture Notes - Vagus Nerve, Negative Feedback, Hypothalamus

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Widespread, released into blood vessels and travel throughout the entire body and when they come across a cell with a receptor, they will react to it.
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FSUPSB-2000Maria Anjelica GreenwoodFall

PSB-2000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Hormonal Contraception, Ovulation, Anterior Pituitary

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Fat-soluble; able to enter cells and bind to receptors. Progesterone prepares the uterus and breasts for pregnancy. All hormones present in both sexes,
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FSUPSB-2000Maria Anjelica GreenwoodFall

PSB-2000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Blood Sugar, The Water Hole, Enteric Nervous System

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Energy is delivered to the body as . Two main hormones regulating glucoses and satiety. Low levels of insulin and glucose are hunger signals. High leve
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FSUPSB-2000Orenda JohnsonFall

PSB-2000 Lecture Notes - Frontal Lobe, Sympathetic Nervous System, Temporal Lobe

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FSUPSB-2000Dr.Orenda JohnsonFall

PSB-2000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Mesonephric Duct, Paramesonephric Duct, Secondary Sex Characteristic

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Sex steroids hormones are released by the gonads. 3 classes: androgens: testosterone, dht (dihydro testerone, estrogen: estradiol (specific hormone, pr
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FSUPSB-2000Orenda JohnsonFall

PSB-2000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Axon Hillock, Resting Potential, Cell Membrane

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Receptors in neurons bind neurotransmitters from other neurons. The neurotransmitters can lead to an action potential. Action potential: an electrical
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FSUPSB-2000Orenda JohnsonFall

PSB-2000 Lecture Notes - Prefrontal Cortex, Neural Groove, Progenitor Cell

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Recognize that infants and toddlers need education and care because their brains are developing ant a normal rapid rate. Different parts of the brain d
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FSUPSB-2000TorregrossaSpring

PSB 2000 Lecture 2: Synapses.docx

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FSUPSB-2000Scott RobisonFall

PSB-2000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Circadian Rhythm, Jet Lag, Molecular Clock

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Circadian rhythms: rhythms that last about a day; humans last around 24. 2: waking and sleeping, hormone secreion, urine producion, eaing and drinking,
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FSUPSB-2000Scott RobisonFall

PSB-2000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Osmoregulation, Vagus Nerve, Vasopressin

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We have a constant body temperature because our cells adjust our metabolism. The idea that there is a set point that the body tries to maintain. Your b
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FSUPSB-2000QuinteroSpring

PSB-2000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Subthalamic Nucleus, Tabes Dorsalis, Tetraplegia

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FSUPSB-2000AllFall

PSB-2000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Collectivism, Heredity, Proxemics

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FSUPSB-2000Diana WilliamsSummer

PSB-2000 Chapter Notes - Chapter Ch. 2 + Ch. 3: Neuron Doctrine, Axon Terminal, Cell Nucleus

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One end is the input zone with branches like dendrites while the other is the output zone. Neurons transmit touch information from the body into the sp
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FSUPSB-2000AllFall

PSB-2000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Trachea, Brain Death, Orexin

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FSUPSB-2000Dr.Orenda JohnsonFall

PSB-2000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Phenylalanine Hydroxylase, Ontogeny, Twin

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Lo 2. 1: thinking about the biology of behavior: from dichotomies to. Rene descartes came up with the idea of cartesian dualism which is the idea that
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FSUPSB-2000QuinteroSpring

PSB-2000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Delta Wave, Orexin, Occipital Lobe

B. c is insensitive to majority forms of interferences: Main control of circadian rhythms for sleep and temperature. It depends from inputs sent from t
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FSUPSB-2000QuinteroSpring

PSB-2000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Hearing Aid, Action Potential, Lamellar Corpuscle

Auditory system is the sensory for the sense of hearing. Sound is a mechanical wave that is an oscillation of pressure transmitted through a solid, liq
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FSUPSB-2000AllSpring

PSB-2000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Peekaboo, Egocentrism, Jean Piaget

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FSUPSB-2000AllSpring

PSB-2000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Social Emotions, Anchoring, Positive Illusions

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FSUPSB-2000QuinteroSpring

PSB 2000 Chapter 5: Chapter 5 Study Guide

Chapter 5 study guide- development and plasticity of brain. Similar among vertebrates, except for the number of cell divisions (higher in humans compar
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PSB-2000 Study Guide - Final Guide: Sexually Dimorphic Nucleus, Ventromedial Nucleus Of The Hypothalamus, Generalized Anxiety Disorder

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PSB-2000 Study Guide - Final Guide: Weight Loss, Atypical Antipsychotic, Deep Brain Stimulation

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PSB-2000 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Oligodendrocyte, Ependyma, Unipolar Neuron

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PSB-2000 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Preoptic Area, Sleep Paralysis, Retinal Ganglion Cell

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PSB-2000 Study Guide - Final Guide: Bipolar Disorder, Asociality, Audiogram

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PSB-2000 Study Guide - Comprehensive Midterm Guide: Twin, Parietal Lobe, Gene Expression

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PSB-2000 Study Guide - Final Guide: Paramesonephric Duct, Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia, Combined Oral Contraceptive Pill

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PSB-2000 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Resting Potential, Axon Hillock, Chemical Synapse

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FSUPSB-2000Diana WilliamsSummer

PSB-2000 Chapter Notes - Chapter Ch. 2 + Ch. 3: Neuron Doctrine, Axon Terminal, Cell Nucleus

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FSUPSB-2000Maria Anjelica GreenwoodFall

PSB 2000 Lecture 3: Chapter 3 The Nervous System

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