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Physiological Psychology

7120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Nucleus Accumbens, Drug Tolerance

LECTURE 11 PSYCHOLOGICAL DISORDERS (chapter 14) Substance abuse and addiction - Antagonist o Drug that blocks a neurotransmitter o Something that goes against another thing - ...

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7120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Classical Conditioning, Operant Conditioning, Caffeine

LECTURE 10 LEARNING AND MEMORY (chapter 12) Categories of learning - classical conditioning o pioneered by Ivan pavlov o pairing two stimuli changes the response to one of them ...

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7120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Anterior Commissure, Commissure, Anticonvulsant

LECTURE 9 COGNITIVE FUNCTIONS Lateralisation of function - The human brain is asymmetrical o Divided into left and right hemispheres o Each has different functions o Each...

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7120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Amacrine Cell, Ganglion Cell, Color Vision

LECTURE 6; Vision and other sensory organs General principles of perception - Each of our senses have specialized receptors that are sensitive to a particular kind of energy - Law of specific nerve energies st...

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7120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Allostasis, Posterior Pituitary, Semipermeable Membrane

LECTURE 8 INTERNAL REGULATION and EMOTIONAL BEHAVIOURS (CH 9 and 11) Internal regulation Temperature Regulation - Temperature affects many aspects of behaviour o Eg activity levels, sleep wake cyc...

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7120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Cerebrospinal Fluid, Neural Development, Mendelian Inheritance

LECTURE 5 genetics, evolution Genetics and behaviour - Both genes and environment interact to shape human behaviour - Fundamental issue is how much is genetics and how much is due to environment ...

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7120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Circadian Rhythm, Circadian Clock, Pineal Gland

Lecture 7: Wakefulness and Sleep (Ch 8) Endogenous circadian rhythms - All animals produce endogenous circadian rhythms, internal mechanisms that operate on an approx. 24 hour cycle o Sleep ...

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7120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Reflex Arc, No Brain, Motor Neuron

LECTURE 3: Synapses The synapse o Neurons communicate by transmitting chemicals at junctions; called synapses Charles scott sherrington in 1906 to describe the gap between neurons Behavioural observation o Sherrington Loo...

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7120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Dorsal Root Ganglion, Somatic Nervous System, Ventral Root Of Spinal Nerve

LECTURE 4 Anatomy and research methods Chapter 3 Structure of the nervous system CNS: the brain and the spinal cord PNS: connects the brain and spinal cord to the rest of the body o Somatic nervous system: consists of ax...

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7120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Endoplasmic Reticulum, Motor Neuron, Neuroglia

PHYSIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY Lecture 2 (Ch 2) Nerve cells and nerve impulses Cells of the nervous system Types of cells o The human nervous system has 2 kinds of cells Neurons Glia o 100billion individual neurons Early work ...

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7120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Neural Tube, Chemokine, Neuroglia

CHAPTER 5 development of the brain Maturation of the vertebrate brain CNS begins to form at 2weeks in fetus Forward end forms hindbrain, midbrain and forebran Rest becomes spinal cord Fluid filled cavity in the neural ...

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