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YORKPSYC 2240allSummer

PSYC 2240 Chapter Notes -Prosopagnosia, Motion Perception, Trichromacy

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Be able to describe the parts of the eye and its connections to the brain. Understand the process by which three types of cones, and the neurons they c
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YORKPSYC 2240allSummer

PSYC 2240 Chapter Notes -Globus Pallidus, Limbic System, Blood Plasma

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Each part of the nervous system has specialized functions, and the parts work together to produce behavior. Damage to different areas results in differ
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YORKPSYC 2240allSummer

PSYC 2240 Chapter Notes -Active Transport, Multiple Sclerosis, Microglia

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The nervous system is composed of two kinds of cells: neurons and glia. Only neurons transmit impulses from one location to another. The larger number
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5. Development and Plasticity of the Brain.pdf

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Neurons begin by migrating to their proper locations and developing axons, which extend to their correct targets by following chemical pathways. The ne
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YORKPSYC 2240allWinter

PSYC 2240 Chapter Notes -Selective Breeding, Methyl Group, Monism

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24 Aug 2013
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Biological explanations of behavior fall into several categories, including physiology, development, evolution, and function. Nearly all current philos
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PSYC 2240 Chapter Notes -Alcoholism, Sensory Neuron, Morphine

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At a synapse, a neuron releases neurotransmitters (chemicals) that excite or inhibit another cell or alter its response to other input. In most cases,
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