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PYB102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Atony, Memory Consolidation, Non-Rapid Eye Movement Sleep

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Electroencephalography (eeg) is used to measure brainwaves while we sleep. It uses electrodes placed upon the scalp to detect and measure patterns of e
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QUTPYB102Brooke AndrewSpring

PYB102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Ventromedial Nucleus Of The Hypothalamus, Glycogen, Personality Disorder

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Motivation is the force that drives behaviour. Emotion can be described as the intensity and quality of that force. Freud believed in two basic needs (
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QUTPYB102Brooke AndrewSpring

PYB102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Logical Reasoning, Syllogism, Frontal Lobe

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Thinking means manipulating mental representations for a purpose. Mental images are visual representations inside our heads. We create mental models as
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QUTPYB102Brooke AndrewSpring

PYB102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Semantic Similarity, Phoneme, Expressive Aphasia

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Phonemes are the smallest unit of sound that makes a difference to meaning. Morphemes are the smallest unit of language that has meaning. Semantics are
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QUTPYB102Brooke AndrewSpring

PYB102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Vestibular Nuclei, Sea Salt, Olfactory Nerve

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Acceleration is an increase in the velocity of the body. Movements such as running forward and even tilting your head require acceleration. It is the v
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QUTPYB102Brooke AndrewSpring

PYB102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Occipital Lobe, Visual Cortex, Visual Phototransduction

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Perceptual psychology is the study of how the brain receives information through the body"s various senses. Most research in this area is conducted on
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QUTPYB102Brooke AndrewSpring

PYB102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Parietal Lobe, Occipital Lobe, Energy Density

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Cortex is latin for bark" i. e. the outside. Two important grooves (sulci) the central sulcus and lateral fissure: central sulcus the boundary between
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