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Textbook Notes for PSYC 211 at McGill University

Introductory Behavioural Neuroscience

PSYC 211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12-15: Amyloid, Premotor Cortex, Nigrostriatal Pathway

PSYC 211 Chapter 12 Learning and Memory Learning and Memory The process by which experiences change our nervous system (neurons aregrowing,theyformnewsynapses)andourbehavioriscalled learning.Werefertothesechanges asmem...

Psychology
PSYC 211
Jonathan Britt
PSYC 211 Chapter Notes - Chapter midterm: Impression Management, Society Of Cable Telecommunications Engineers, Tout Va Bien

Readings Deviance Is Deviance Dead ? The decline of sociological research  Most research conducted are in the area of criminology  Majority of the studies classified in the sociology of deviance appeared bef...

Psychology
PSYC 211
Jonathan Britt
PSYC 211 Chapter final: Readings deviance review

find more resources at oneclass.com  Open-hand slapping  Gagging o Verbal aggression  Derogatory names  Heterosexual couples o Men w...

Psychology
PSYC 211
Jonathan Britt
PSYC 211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Microtubule, Synuclein, Antibody

Chapter 15 neuro: neurological disorders  Traumatic brain injury (TBI) o Closed-head injury  Caused by a blow to the head with a blunt object  Brain comes into v...

Psychology
PSYC 211
Jonathan Britt
PSYC 211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Fusiform Face Area, Perfect Sense, Indirect Pathway Of Movement

Speech production and comprehension: brain mechanisms  Aphasia o Disturbance in the comprehension or production of speech o Caused by brain damage o Not simply caused by simple senso...

Psychology
PSYC 211
Jonathan Britt
PSYC 211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15-16: Mood Disorder, Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor, Monoamine Neurotransmitter

Chapter 15-16 – psychological disorders Schizophrenia  A serious mental disorder that afflicts approx. 1 % of world’s pop  Monetary cost to sct is enormous; in the United States this figure exceeds that of ...

Psychology
PSYC 211
Jonathan Britt
PSYC 211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13-18: Generalised Tonic-Clonic Seizure, Absence Seizure, Ionotropic Glutamate Receptor

Chapter 13: Learning and Memory AMPA receptor An ionotropic glutamate receptor that controls perceptual learning Learning to recognize a particular a sodium channel; w...

Psychology
PSYC 211
Yogita Chaudasama
PSYC 211 Chapter 14: chapter 14

Chapter 14 Human Communication Speech Production and Comprehension: Brain Mechanisms What we know of the physiology of language: through observing effects of brain lesion’s on people’s speech Mostly due to C E R E B R ...

Psychology
PSYC 211
Yogita Chaudasama
PSYC 211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Speech Production, Visual Cortex, Stuttering

CHAPTER 14: Human Communication Speech production and comprehension: ⁃ Most observations on the physiology of language have been made on people who have suffered strokes, or cerebrovascular accidents (brai...

Psychology
PSYC 211
Yogita Chaudasama
PSYC 211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13-18: Transcortical Sensory Aphasia, Generalised Tonic-Clonic Seizure, Dentate Gyrus

Learning and Memory  Memory: process that encodes, stores, and retrieves learned experiences o Can be transient vs durable (short tem vs. long term), explicit vs. implicit, permit time travel ...

Psychology
PSYC 211
Yogita Chaudasama
PSYC 211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7-11: Deep Cerebellar Nuclei, Vestibulospinal Tract, Auditory Cortex

Chapter 7 x lateral lemniscus A band of fibers running rostrally through the ...

Psychology
PSYC 211
Yogita Chaudasama
PSYC 211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Microglia, Meningitis, Medulloblastoma

CHAPTER 15: Neurological disorders Tumors: ⁃ = a mass of cells whose growth is uncontrolled and that serves no useful function. ⁃ Malignant = cancerous; not encapsulated, no distinct border btw it and ...

Psychology
PSYC 211
Yogita Chaudasama
PSYC 211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Neurotransmitter Receptor, Sublingual Administration, Peritoneal Cavity

CHAPATER 4: PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY - Case study: - In 1982 California, patients showed up at the hospital showing severe symptoms of Parkinson’s disease, such as inability to speak, ...

Psychology
PSYC 211
Yogita Chaudasama
PSYC 211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Morris Water Navigation Task, Hippocampal Formation, Medial Septal Nucleus

CHAPTER 13: Learning and Memory Nature of learning: ⁃ Learning is the process by which neural circuits are altered based on our experiences. ⁃ Memory is the process that encodes, stores and retrieve...

Psychology
PSYC 211
Yogita Chaudasama
PSYC 211 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Excitatory Postsynaptic Potential, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, Inferior Temporal Gyrus

PSYC 211-Chapter 13 LEARNING AND MEMORY I. INTRODUCTION OF CHAPTER Anterograde amnesia: Patient H.M- After his operation he cannot recall things that happened in a near past. He is aware of his condition. The present is ...

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PSYC 211
Yogita Chaudasama

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