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UTMPSY290H5KimWinter

PSY290H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Scanning Electron Microscope, Ventricular System, Electron Microscope

Hao Liu5 Page
10 Dec 2016
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Protecting the cns is cerebrospinal fluid (csf), which fills the subarachnoid space, central canal of the spinal cord, and the cerebral ventricles. The
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UTMPSY290H5KimWinter

PSY290H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Neural Tube, Neural Plate, Axon Guidance

Hao Liu8 Page
10 Dec 2016
5
A fertilized egg is totipotent that is, the cell has the ability to develop into any class of cell in the body. These new cells are said to be multipot
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PSY290H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Axon Hillock, Golgi Apparatus, Resting Potential

Hao Liu8 Page
10 Dec 2016
2
4. 3 integration of postsynaptic potentials and generation of action potentials: It was once believed that action potentials were generated at the axon
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PSY290H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Homo Erectus, Homo Sapiens, Selective Breeding

Hao Liu14 Page
10 Dec 2016
4
2. 1 thinking about the biology of behavior: from dichotomies to interactions: Zeitgeist: the general intellectual climate of our culture; the way we t
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PSY290H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, Positron Emission Tomography, Diffusion Mri

Hao Liu8 Page
10 Dec 2016
3
Digital atlas of gene expression patterns in the mouse/human brain. Injecting a substance into a compartment of the body so that it absorbs more or les
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UTMPSY290H5KimWinter

PSY290H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Anterior Pituitary, Posterior Pituitary, Pituitary Stalk

Hao Liu6 Page
10 Dec 2016
4
Main classes: androgens, like testosterone, and estrogen, like estrodiol. Ovaries and testes also produce a 3rd class of hormones called progestins, li
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UTMPSY290H5KimWinter

PSY290H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Corticospinal Tract, Posterior Parietal Cortex, Basal Ganglia

Hao Liu9 Page
10 Dec 2016
6
There are three principles of sensorimotor control: the sensorimotor system is hierarchically organized, motor output is guided by sensory input, learn
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UTMPSY290H5KimWinter

PSY290H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Coolidge Effect, Behavioral Neuroscience, Dependent And Independent Variables

Hao Liu3 Page
10 Dec 2016
7
Hebb played a key role in the emergence of biopsychology. 1. 3 types of research to characterize the biopsychological approach: Biopsychological resear
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PSY290H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Vestibulocochlear Nerve, Neuroma, Neuroplasticity

Hao Liu11 Page
10 Dec 2016
3
Influence function of the brain only by the pressure they exert on surrounding tissue. Almost always benign; are surgically removable with little risk
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UTMPSY290H5KimWinter

PSY290H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Non-Rapid Eye Movement Sleep, Sleep Deprivation, Freerunning

Hao Liu8 Page
10 Dec 2016
0
The dreams recalled from nrem sleep tend to be isolated experiences, while those associated with rem sleep tend to take the form of narratives. Externa
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UTMPSY290H5KimWinter

PSY290H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Victoria Medal Of Honour, Polyphagia, Blood Sugar

Hao Liu10 Page
10 Dec 2016
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PSY290H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Posterior Parietal Cortex, Auditory Cortex, Postcentral Gyrus

Hao Liu11 Page
10 Dec 2016
1
Chapter #7: mechanisms of perception: hearing, touch, smell, taste and. As one moves higher up through a sensory system, one finds neurons that respond
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