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Class Notes for PSYB65H3 at University of Toronto Scarborough (page 35)

Human Brain and Behaviour

Lecture 1

PSYB65- L ECTURE 01: NTRODUCTION Read book normal vs. Diseases brain function 2 exams midterm (40%) & final (60%) - on both textbook & lecture o Non cumulative if midterm written o Cumulative if midterm not written Lecture...

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lect 8

Drugs and the Brain 1. Prescribed 2. Over the counter 3. Social Drug 4. Drugs not produced commercially(weed) or drugs producted commercially but not for psychoactive effect (glue) Tolerance: a decrease in behavioural affe...

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Lec 11

Lecture 11 Brain Damage 1. Receptive aphasias (problems with receiving language- input) Pure Word deafness: -problems in relating incoming sounds into representations which allow understanding of discourse -problems making...

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Lecture 10

Frontal Lobe Lecture 10 - the posterior section deals with primary motor strip, getting info out -more anterior deals with higher order function (association cortex) such as appropriate behaviours Frontal lobotomies: - dea...

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Lecture 8 Notes

Lecture 08 Psychopharmacology of Drug Action, Depressants, Opiates & Hallucinogens Gava the primary inhibitory amino-acid transmitter Barbiturates bind together Lowers brain excitability Most are synergistic o Works in sim...

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Lecture 7 notes.

Lecture 07 Mechanisms of Drug Action, Psychopharmacology of Neural Stimulants Individuals who use drugs for themselves for fun (self-induced drugs) Addiction is a huge problem in North America, hence important to be aware ...

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detailed chapter 11 notes

Lecture Notes Lecture 11: Brain Damage and Language: The Aphasias 1 3 BASIC THINGS THAT CAN HAPPEN WITH LANGUAGE 1. Input and deciphered 2. Language is integrated and computed 3. Language is outputted or expressed. How Lan...

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Detailed lecture 10 notes

Lecture Notes Lecture 10: Syndromes associated with Prefrontal Lobe, Hippocampus, and Part of Parietal Lobe 1 FRONTAL LOBE Posterior portion of the frontal lobe deals with the primary motor strip (initiating movements). Mo...

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detailed lecture 9 notes

Lecture Notes Lecture 9:Lateralization (Left Hemisphere = Speech, Right Hemisphere = MusicSpatial) 1 HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES Most of the brain lateralization information was gathered through wars (WWII) They realized that ...

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PSYB65-Lecture 6 Notes

Lecture 6 N Schizophrenia o Hallucinations and delusions Especially if they hear voices (most of the time hear voices, instead of seeing a vision) Hallucinations N When hear ppl talking to you Delusions N Think ppl are plo...

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PSYB65H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Optic Chiasm, Optic Tract, Optic Nerve

Lecture 5 N Retina is part of the CNS (grows out of the brain, thus part of the brain) N Retina is part of the CNS not periphral N Retina is divided down the middle o Each half has a different name Nasal portion N closest ...

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PSYB65-Lecture 4 Notes

Lecture 4 N Neurons o Info comes into the dendrites o Dendrites get excited and causes iron channels to open up and sodium has a positive charge and causes area to become more positive, reaches threshold, causes the ion ch...

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PSYB65-Lecture 3 Notes

Lecture 3 N Brain has very high metabolic rate and very high metabolic requirements N Brain is the first thing that will be damaged because of a blockage of blood flow Types of Blood Supply Problems 1. A blockage of blood ...

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PSYB65-Lecture 2 Notes

Lecture 2 N As move forward in brain, more complex functions o Starting from brain stem to cortex o Our brain has evolved to add on more and more complex processes o Still have the primitive parts of the brain i.e. territo...

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PSYB65-Lecture 1 Notes

Lecture 1-PSYB65 N Nervous system (2 components) o Peripheral nervous system all other nerves o Central nervous system Brain Spinal cord N Gradual change from brain to spinal cord (no dividing line) N Human brain identical...

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