Textbook Notes for Lindsay Groat

UOITPSYC 2050ULindsay GroatWinter

PSYC 2050U Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Substantia Nigra, Metabotropic Receptor, Neuromuscular Junction

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31 Jan 2020
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Reuptake of transmitter relies on specialized proteins called transporters that bind molecules of nt and take them back up into the pre-synaptic termin
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UOITPSYC 2050ULindsay GroatWinter

PSYC 2050U Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Membrane Potential, Resting Potential, Action Potential

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23 Jan 2020
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Neurophysiology is the study of the specialized life processes that allow neurons to use chemicals and electrical signals to process and transmit infor
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UOITPSYC 2050ULindsay GroatWinter

PSYC 2050U Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Multipolar Neuron, Unipolar Neuron, Axon Terminal

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16 Jan 2020
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The nervous system contains several types of cells. Neurons are the most important cells of the nervous system and are arranged in neural circuits that
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UOITPSYC 2050ULindsay GroatWinter

PSYC 2050U Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Behavioral Neuroscience, Pineal Gland, Hebbian Theory

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15 Jan 2020
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Neuroscience scientific study of the nervous system. Behavioural neuroscience related to behaviour to bodily processes: understand the structures and f
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UOITPSYC 2050ULindsay GroatWinter

PSYC 2050U Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Olfactory Receptor Neuron, Superior Olivary Complex, Medial Geniculate Nucleus

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11 Mar 2020
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The pinna (external ear) captures, focuses, and filters sound. The sound arriving at the tympanic membrane (eardrum) is focused on the three ossicles o
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UOITPSYC 2050ULindsay GroatWinter

PSYC 2050U Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Lamellar Corpuscle, Neural Adaptation, Somatosensory System

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18 Feb 2020
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Receptor cells sense forms of energy called stimuli: act as filters ignore the environmental background and converting stimuli into the language of the
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UOITPSYC 2050ULindsay GroatWinter

PSYC 2050U Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Basilar Membrane, Cochlear Nucleus, Ear Canal

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18 Feb 2020
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Outer ear directs sound into inner parts of the ear. Frequency number of cycles per second, termed pitch. Timbre differences in what gives instruments
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PSYC 2050U Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Temporal Lobe, Anterograde Amnesia, Retrograde Amnesia

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27 Feb 2020
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There are several kinds of learning and memory. Amnesia is a severe impairment of memory, usually a result of accident or disease: retrograde amnesia c
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