NEUR 3303 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Lazarus Sign, Implicit Memory, Deoxygenation

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11: ras dorsal brainstem basal forebrain cortex, thalamus and basal forebrain limbic system cortex, rapid eye movements (rem) are characterized by, eeg - slow waves (delta <2hz, >75microvolt); eog - eye movements cease; Threshold up (more difficult to wake up or get aroused: eeg - fast waves or low-voltage fast-activity, alpha (8-13hz), occipital region; Miller found that microinfusions of gaba agonists into the central medial thalamus would cause a rat to lose consciousness, often within 90 seconds. In a series of 74 adults sleepwalkers nocturnal eating was reported by of patients: 8, 55, 78, 34, 12, paradoxical sleep means, during sleep neurons are depolarized and predisposed to firing. During rem, the depolarization level is actually lower and firing rates also lower: during sleep neurons are not polarized and will not fire. During rem, the depolarization level is actually lower and firing rates also lower: during wakefulness neurons are depolarized and predisposed to firing.

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