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Textbook Notes for Christina Gremel

UCSDPSYC 106Christina GremelSpring

PSYC 106 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Premotor Cortex, Neoteny, Hemispatial Neglect

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UCSDPSYC 106Christina GremelSpring

PSYC 106 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Reticular Formation, Motor Planning, Vestibulospinal Tract

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Can perform 2 classes of movement: flexion- movement that bends joints; opposite of extension, extension- movement that straightens joints; opposite of
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UCSDPSYC 106Christina GremelSpring

PSYC 106 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Reuptake, Chemical Synapse, Potassium Channel

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Psychopharmacology- study of drugs" effect on the nervous system and on behavior. Drug- an exogenous chemical not necessary for normal cellular functio
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UCSDPSYC 106Christina GremelSpring

PSYC 106 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Insomnia, Caffeine, Periaqueductal Gray

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During wakefulness, astrocytes convert glycogen into fuel for neurons, producing adenosine as a waste product which inhibits neural activity: accumulat
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UCSDPSYC 106Christina GremelSpring

PSYC 106 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Codocyte, Choline, Reuptake

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UCSDPSYC 106Christina GremelSpring

PSYC 106 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Saccule, Solitary Tract, Subcutaneous Tissue

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Chapter 7 notes- audition, body senses, and chemical senses. Sounds produced by objects that vibrate and send molecules in air into motion: alternating
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UCSDPSYC 106Christina GremelSpring

PSYC 106 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Cauda Equina, Preganglionic Nerve Fibers, Adrenal Medulla

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Chapter 3 notes- the structure of the nervous system. Neuraxis- imaginary line drawn through center of length of central nervous system, from bottom of
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UCSDPSYC 106Christina GremelSpring

PSYC 106 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Inferior Temporal Gyrus, Parahippocampal Gyrus, Posterior Parietal Cortex

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Sensory receptors- receive info from environment; neurons that detect physical events. Sensory transduction- process by which sensory stimuli are trans
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