PSYCO104 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Endorphins, Reuptake, Frontal Lobe

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They recieve a signal, then may re-transmit the signal. The structure of how the neurons are wired is from which complex behaviour rises. Equalibrium ions neuron thrugh results in for sodium is through in. At rest, when a neuron is not being stimulated, it holds a. It maintains this negative charge in several ways. forces, an even distribution of all its component pieces. The inside and outside of the neuron are trying to reach balance. At rest potassium ions are free to travel in and out of the protien gates on the neuron"s cell membrane. Typically, this more sodium ions outside than inside. There are two gates, one and one for potassium. In addition, there is also a sodium/potassium pump which activly transporting ions. The net result both active and passive modes is more sodium out, more potassium. Exterior has positive charge, interior has negative charge.

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