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Lecture 1

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Psychology
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PSYB65H3
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Ted Petit

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PSYB65- LECTURE 01: INTRODUCTION
Read book normal vs. Diseases brain function
2 exams midterm (40%) & final (60%) - on both textbook & lecture
oNon cumulative if midterm written
oCumulative if midterm not written
Lecture slides on intranet or www.utsc.utoronto.ca/~psyb65
NERVOUS SYSTEM
2 major parts Central & Peripheral Nervous System ( CNS & PNS)
CNS brain & spinal cord
PNS- all other nerves expect of brain & spinal that serves rest of body all the
nerves that goes out from the brain & spinal cord
No dividing line/ part b/w brain & spinal cord
oSpinal cord simply goes into the foramen magnum (hole in the back of brain)
& continues on to the brain
BRAIN
When looking at brain see mostly cerebral cortex & cerebellum but there is a lot
you cant see
In turns of Overall organization humans brain look similar to that of rats, mice,
cats
oOverall organization forebrain, midbrain, hindbrain
Forebrain also known as Telencephalon/ Diencephalon
Midbrain also known as Mesencephalon
Hindbrain also known as Metencephalon/ Myelencephalon
1St Hindbrain (from the back)
Gold/orange colour base (fairly simple) back of brain sometime talk about it as
brain stem
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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 slides on intranet www.utsc.utoronto.ca~psyb65 N ERVOUS SYSTEM 2 major parts Central & Peripheral Nervous System ( CNS & PNS) CNS brain & spinal cord PNS- all other nerves expect of brain & spinal that serves rest of bodayll the nerves that goes out from the brain & spinal cord No dividing line part bw brain & spinal cord o Spinal cord simply goes into the foramen magnum (hole in the back of brain) & continues on to the brain B RAIN When looking at brain see mostly cerebral cortex & cerebe llumut there is a lot you cant see In turns of Overall organization humans brain look similar to that of rats, mice, cats o Overall organization forebrain, midbrain, hindbrain Forebrain also known as Telencephalon Diencephalon Midbrain also known as Mesencephalon Hindbrain also known as Metencephalon Myelencephalon 1 Hindbrain (from the back) Goldorange colour base (fairly simple) back of brainometime talk about it as brain stem www.notesolution.com
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