PSYB64H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Homo Habilis, Bipolar Disorder, Primary Motor Cortex

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Psyb64 chapter 2: the anatomy and evolution of the nervous system. The following are for 4 legged animals: the neuraxis forms a straight line running parallel to the ground rostral or anterior = structures that are located toward the head end of the animal: ex. Head of the dog is rostral to its shoulders caudal or posterior = structures located toward the tail end of the animal: ex. Midline = an imaginary line that divides us into approximately equal haves ipsilateral = structures are both on the same side of the midline ex. Left arm and left leg are ipsilateral contralateral = structures are on opposite sides of the midline ex. Medial = structures close to the midline ex. Heart is medial to arms lateral = structures to the side of the midline ex. Ears are lateral to nose proximal = close to the center ex. Shoulders are proximal relative to elbows distal = far from the center ex.

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