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UOFLNEUR 2600Ian WhishawWinter

NEUR 2600 Lecture Notes - Corpus Callosum, Brainstem, Iceberg

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19 Mar 2013
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Had in mind to eventually be able to put his brain in a bottle. Seemed crazy at the time, but people are using brainwaves today. Without sensory or mot
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UOFLNEUR 2600Ian WhishawWinter

NEUR 2600 Lecture Notes - Anterior Cerebral Artery, Middle Cerebral Artery, Posterior Cerebral Artery

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19 Mar 2013
17
General features of the forebrain, including 3 major parts. Disease condition that is characteristic of these structures. The neocortex - creates reali
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UOFLNEUR 2600Ian WhishawWinter

NEUR 2600 Lecture Notes - Neurosphere, Camillo Golgi, Subventricular Zone

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19 Mar 2013
28
3 main types of brain cells: stem cells, neurons and glia. 5 types of neurons and 5 types of glia. There are brain diseases specifically related to neu
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UOFLNEUR 2600Ian WhishawWinter

NEUR 2600 Lecture Notes - Gastric Inhibitory Polypeptide, Gastrin, Strychnine

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19 Mar 2013
19
We can explain our behavior between balances of two chemicals: epinephrine and acetylcholine. Many neurotransmitters, perhaps about 100 belonging to th
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UOFLNEUR 2600Gibb RobinWinter

NEUR 2600 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Brain Injury, Brain Size, Smart People

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27 Jun 2018
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Chapter 1: what are the origins of brain and behaviour. The brain and spinal cord make up the central nervous system (cns) All of the processes radiati
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UOFLNEUR 2600Ian WhishawWinter

NEUR 2600 Lecture Notes - Tight Junction, Latrodectus, Pineal Gland

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19 Mar 2013
24
Drugs can act as agonists, or antagonists (decreases) 5 classes of drugs based on behavioural effects. There is no one-to-one action of a drug as most
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UOFLNEUR 2600Gibb RobinWinter

NEUR 2600 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Retinal Ganglion Cell, Occipital Lobe, Magnocellular Cell

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27 Jun 2018
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The only input our brain receives from the real world is a series of action potentials passed along the neurons of our various sensory pathways. How ne
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UOFLNEUR 2600Gibb RobinWinter

NEUR 2600 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Brainstem, Cholecystokinin, Libido

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27 Jun 2018
0
Chapter 12: what causes emotional and motivated behaviour. Experimental setup in which a subject is allowed only restricted sensory input; subjects gen
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UOFLNEUR 2600Gibb RobinWinter

NEUR 2600 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Positron, Membrane Potential, Basilar Membrane

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27 Jun 2018
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Chapter 10: how do we hear, speak, and make music. Oral language of every known culture follows similar basic structural rules, and people in all cultu
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UOFLNEUR 2600Gibb RobinWinter

NEUR 2600 Lecture 4: Ch4Neur2600

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27 Jun 2018
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Chapter 4: now do neurons use electrical signals to transmit. Early clues that linked electricity and neuronal activity. Electrical current applied to
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UOFLNEUR 2600Gibb RobinWinter

NEUR 2600 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Mescaline, Procaine, Cerebral Circulation

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27 Jun 2018
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Chapter 6: how do drugs and hormones influence the brain and. Study of the ways drugs affect the nervous system and behaviour. Chemical compounds admin
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UOFLNEUR 2600Gibb RobinWinter

NEUR 2600 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Implicit Memory, Sensory Deprivation, Reticular Formation

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27 Jun 2018
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Chapter 13: why do we sleep and dream. A clock for all seasons: origins of biological rhythms. Inherent timing mechanism that controls or initiates var
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