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RYERSONPSY 434Nicole SugdenFall

PSY 434 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Hemoglobin, Single-Photon Emission Computed Tomography, Magnetoencephalography

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PSY 434 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Laterality, Birth Weight

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PSY 434 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Mcgill University Health Centre, Clinical Neuropsychology, Cytoarchitecture

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PSY 434 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Retina, Blindsight

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PSY 434 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Frontal Lobe, Multiple Sclerosis, Temporal Lobe

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Multiple sclerosis, characterized by multiple areas of demyelination the nervous system, less effective communication of the neurons, symptoms of ms de
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RYERSONPSY 434Nicole SugdenFall

PSY 434 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Dorsal Root Ganglion, Medial Lemniscus, Dorsal Root Of Spinal Nerve

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Somatosensory feedback - information that is obtained through the sensory system that monitors the bodies system and movements (joints, muscles, skin e
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PSY 434 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Homonymous Hemianopsia, Optic Chiasm, Optic Nerve

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Rods sensitive to dim light, are used mainly for night vision. Cones transducer bright light and are used for daytime vision. There are 3 types: photor
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RYERSONPSY 434Nicole SugdenFall

PSY 434 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Echoic Memory, Iconic Memory, Short-Term Memory

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Learning is a relatively permanent change in behaviour as a function of experience: can require recall of the behaviour or changes. Learning and memory
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RYERSONPSY 434Nicole SugdenFall

PSY 434 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Mini–Mental State Examination, Lumbar Puncture, Neuropsychological Assessment

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Psy. d. in clinical psychology: the assessment, first neurological exam is normally in the emergency room, mini mental state exam or the modified mini
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RYERSONPSY 434Nicole SugdenFall

PSY 434 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Neuroglia, Astrocyte, Malignancy

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Most common kind of tumor in the brain arise from glial cells. Gliomas (two types: astrocytomas growth of astrocytes, do not grow very quickly and are
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RYERSONPSY 434Nicole SugdenFall

PSY 434 Chapter Notes -Alcoholism, Carbamazepine

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Infections: brain cannot be completely isolated when metabolic needs are not being met, bacteria, viri, parasites, fungi can cause infections of cns, b
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RYERSONPSY 434Nicole SugdenFall

PSY 434 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Sound, The Vibrations, Aphasia

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No, sound requires a brain to perceive it (apparently: properties of sound. Frequency refers to the rate of vibration which is the number of wave cycle
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