• 3 Pages ReviewQuestionsWeek1
    ReviewQuestionsWeek1

    School: UCSD

    Course: Systems Neurobiology

    BIPN 142 Winter 2009 Review Questions - Week 1 (by Jannon Fuchs, to accompany Neuroscience, Purves et al., Fourth Edition, Sinauer) Chapter 1: Studying the Nervous System 1. Diagram a neuron and label its components. In what ways are neurons specia

  • 7 Pages Lecture21
    Lecture21

    School: UCSD

    Course: Systems Neurobiology

    Lecture 21: Outline 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Sleep The circadian cycle of sleep and wakefulness EEG measurements and the stages of sleep Neural regulation of sleep Thalamocortical activity in sleep and awake states Readings: Text, Chapter 28 Figure 28.2 Circ

  • 1 Page ReviewQuestionsWeek9
    ReviewQuestionsWeek9

    School: UCSD

    Course: Systems Neurobiology

    BIPN 142 Winter 2009 Review Questions - Week 9 (by Jannon Fuchs, to accompany Neuroscience, Purves et al., Fourth Edition, Sinauer) Chapter 27: Speech and Language 1. Compare the language functions of the right and left hemispheres. What techniques

  • 6 Pages FINALSyllabus
    FINALSyllabus

    School: UCSD

    Course: Systems Neurobiology

    Syllabus BIPN 142 - Winter Quarter 2009 Systems Neurobiology SYLLABUS (corrected March 5, 2009) Instructor: Eduardo Macagno 6121 NSB 822-5702 emacagno@ucsd.edu Office Hours: Fridays, 10:15 AM 11:30 AM TAs: Name, email Chen, Vicky Chung, Tiffa

  • 6 Pages Lecture17
    Lecture17

    School: UCSD

    Course: Systems Neurobiology

    Lecture 17: Outline 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. The innervation of the extraocular muscles Types of eye movements and their functions Neural control of saccadic eye movements Sensory and motor maps in the superior colliculus Place codes and rate codes Readings:

  • 9 Pages Lecture24
    Lecture24

    School: UCSD

    Course: Systems Neurobiology

    Lecture 24: Outline 1. 2. 3. 4. LTP and LTD in the hippocampus and cerebellum Memory of space: grid and place cells The hippocampus and declarative memory formation Memory centers and memory storage Readings: Text, Chapters 8, 31 Figure 8.10 The NM

  • 3 Pages Lecture3_000
    Lecture3_000

    School: UCSD

    Course: Systems Neurobiology

    Lecture 3: Outline 1. Chemical signaling mechanisms 2. Types of receptors/transducers 3. Second messengers 4. Targets of second messengers Readings: Text, Chapter 7 Figure 7.1 Chemical signaling mechanisms The specificity of the target varies wit

  • 6 Pages Lecture19
    Lecture19

    School: UCSD

    Course: Systems Neurobiology

    Lecture 19: Outline 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Structure of the human neocortex Connectivity of the association cortex Parietal association cortex: Attention deficits Temporal association cortex: Recognition deficits Frontal association cortex: Planning deficits

  • 9 Pages Lecture11
    Lecture11

    School: UCSD

    Course: Systems Neurobiology

    Lecture 11: Outline 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Organization of the vestibular system Responses of vestibular hair cells Structure of the otolith organs Sensing position and acceleration Central pathways Readings: Text, Chapter 14 Figure 14.1 The labyrinth and

  • 11 Pages KuikenEtAl
    KuikenEtAl

    School: UCSD

    Course: Systems Neurobiology

    Targeted Muscle Reinnervation for Real-time Myoelectric Control of Multifunction Artificial Arms Todd A. Kuiken; Guanglin Li; Blair A. Lock; et al. Online article and related content current as of February 12, 2009. JAMA. 2009;301(6):619-628 (doi:10.

  • 8 Pages ExamSample4
    ExamSample4

    School: UCSD

    Course: Systems Neurobiology

    BIPN 142 Exam #4 March 19, 2008 Name (Print): Student No: Exam guidelines 1. This is a closed book, closed note exam. Work by yourself and do not talk with any other students. You have ~50 min (until 9:50 AM) to hand in the exam. You may work in

  • 6 Pages ExamSample3
    ExamSample3

    School: UCSD

    Course: Systems Neurobiology

    BIPN 142 Exam #3 March 7, 2008 Name (Print): Student No: Exam guidelines 1. This is a closed book, closed note exam. Work by yourself and do not talk with any other students. You have ~50 min (until 9:50 AM) to hand in the exam. You may work in

  • 3 Pages Lecture2_000
    Lecture2_000

    School: UCSD

    Course: Systems Neurobiology

    Lecture 2: Outline 1. Electrical and chemical synapses 2. Presynaptic vs postsynaptic events 3. Vesicular release of neurotransmitter 4. The role of Ca+ ions 5. The generation of the postsynaptic potential 6. Summation of synaptic inputs 7. Neurot

  • 2 Pages ReviewQuestionsWeek10
    ReviewQuestionsWeek10

    School: UCSD

    Course: Systems Neurobiology

    BIPN 142 Winter 2009 Review Questions - Week 10 (by Jannon Fuchs, to accompany Neuroscience, Purves et al., Fourth Edition, Sinauer) Chapter 29: Emotions 1. Why do we have emotions? What might be the survival value of (a) joy, (b) sadness, (c) fear

  • 8 Pages Lecture18
    Lecture18

    School: UCSD

    Course: Systems Neurobiology

    Lecture 18: Outline 1. 2. 3. 4. The autonomic or visceral nervous system Sympathetic versus parasympathetic divisions Central control: the hypothalamus Homeostasis Readings: Text, Chapter 21 Figure 21.1 The sympathetic and parasympathetic divisions

  • 7 Pages Lecture10
    Lecture10

    School: UCSD

    Course: Systems Neurobiology

    Lecture 10: Outline 1. Feedback role of the outer hair cells 2. Central auditory pathways 3. Sound localization 4. Tonotopic maps and representation in A1 5. Analysis of auditory information in A1, A2 and higher areas Readings: Text, Chapter 13 Pro

  • 6 Pages SyllabusFInal
    SyllabusFInal

    School: UCSD

    Course: Systems Neurobiology

    Syllabus BIPN 142 - Winter Quarter 2009 Systems Neurobiology SYLLABUS (corrected March 5, 2009) Instructor: Eduardo Macagno 6121 NSB 822-5702 emacagno@ucsd.edu Name, email Chen, Vicky Chung, Tiffany Office Hours: Fridays, 10:15 AM 11:30 AM TAs

  • 7 Pages SAMPLE2009Exam1
    SAMPLE2009Exam1

    School: UCSD

    Course: Systems Neurobiology

    BIPN 142 Exam #1 January 28, 2009 Name (Print): Student No: Exam guidelines 1. This is a closed book, closed note exam. Work by yourself and do not talk with any other students. You have ~50 min (until 9:50 AM) to hand in the exam. You may work in pen or

  • 2 Pages ReviewQuestionsWeek8
    ReviewQuestionsWeek8

    School: UCSD

    Course: Systems Neurobiology

    BIPN 142 Winter 2009 Review Questions - Week 8 (by Jannon Fuchs, to accompany Neuroscience, Purves et al., Fourth Edition, Sinauer) Chapter 20: Eye Movements and Sensory Motor Integration 1. What do you suppose your visual perception would be like

  • 7 Pages Exam2KEY
    Exam2KEY

    School: UCSD

    Course: Systems Neurobiology

    BIPN 142 Exam #2- KEY Student No: February 13, 2009 Name (Print): Exam guidelines 1. This is a closed book, closed note exam. Work by yourself and do not talk with any other students. You have ~50 min (until 9:50 AM) to hand in the exam. You may

  • 6 Pages UpdatedSyllabus
    UpdatedSyllabus

    School: UCSD

    Course: Systems Neurobiology

    Syllabus BIPN 142 - Winter Quarter 2009 Systems Neurobiology SYLLABUS (corrected January 27,2009) Instructor: Eduardo Macagno 6121 NSB 822-5702 emacagno@ucsd.edu Office Hours: Fridays, 10:15 AM 11:30 AM TAs: Name, email Chen, Vicky Chung, Tif

  • 3 Pages Syllabus
    Syllabus

    School: UCSD

    Course: Systems Neurobiology

    Syllabus BIPN 142 Systems Neurobiology Winter Quarter 2009 Instructor: Eduardo Macagno 6121 NSB 822-5702 emacagno@ucsd.edu Name, email Chen, Vicky Chung, Tiffany Office Hours: Fridays, 10:30 AM 11:30 AM (or by appointment) TAs: Office Hours:

  • 1 Page ReviewQuestionsWeek6
    ReviewQuestionsWeek6

    School: UCSD

    Course: Systems Neurobiology

    BIPN 142 Winter 2009 Review Questions - Week 6 (by Jannon Fuchs, to accompany Neuroscience, Purves et al., Fourth Edition, Sinauer) Chapter 16: Lower Motor Neuron Circuits and Motor Control 1. As you try to lift a heavy box, which type of motor uni

  • 6 Pages ExamSample
    ExamSample

    School: UCSD

    Course: Systems Neurobiology

    BIPN 142 Exam #1 January 25, 2008 Name (Print): Student No: Exam guidelines 1. This is a closed book, closed note exam. Work by yourself and do not talk with any other students. You have ~50 min (until 9:50 AM) to hand in the exam. You may work

  • 10 Pages Lecture14
    Lecture14

    School: UCSD

    Course: Systems Neurobiology

    Lecture 14: Outline 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Organization of motor pathways Distribution of lower motor neurons Local Circuit neurons in the spinal cord Properties of motor units Recruitment and rate coding Circuits of spinal sensorimotor reflexes Centra

  • 7 Pages Exam1KEY
    Exam1KEY

    School: UCSD

    Course: Systems Neurobiology

    BIPN 142 Exam #1- KEY Student No: January 28, 2009 Name (Print): Exam guidelines 1. This is a closed book, closed note exam. Work by yourself and do not talk with any other students. You have ~50 min (until 9:50 AM) to hand in the exam. You may w

  • 8 Pages ExamSample2
    ExamSample2

    School: UCSD

    Course: Systems Neurobiology

    BIPN 142 Exam #2 February 15, 2008 Name (Print): Student No: Exam guidelines 1. This is a closed book, closed note exam. Work by yourself and do not talk with any other students. You have ~50 min (until 9:50 AM) to hand in the exam. You may work

  • 3 Pages Lecture1
    Lecture1

    School: UCSD

    Course: Systems Neurobiology

    What is Systems Neurobiology? The exploration of how the nervous system: 1. detects external and internal signals of various modalities and converts them into electrical and chemical signals 2. extracts pertinent information from these signals 3. use

  • 12 Pages Lecture7
    Lecture7

    School: UCSD

    Course: Systems Neurobiology

    Lecture 7: Outline 1. Detection of luminance changes 2. Center-surround antagonism in ganglion cells 3. Retinal contribution to light adaptation 4. Color opponency, directional sensitivity Readings: Text, Chapter 11 Box 11F(1) The Perception of Lig

  • 2 Pages ReviewQuestionsWeek3and4
    ReviewQuestionsWeek3and4

    School: UCSD

    Course: Systems Neurobiology

    BIPN 142 Winter 2009 Review Questions - Weeks 3 & 4 (by Jannon Fuchs, to accompany Neuroscience, Purves et al., Fourth Edition, Sinauer) Chapter 11: Vision: The Eye 1. Do you have more rods or cones in your retina? In your fovea? What accounts for

  • 8 Pages Lecture4
    Lecture4

    School: UCSD

    Course: Systems Neurobiology

    Lecture 4: Outline 1. The Somatic Sensory System: organization 2. Properties of receptors/transducers 3. Central pathways: touch 4. Central pathways: proprioception 5. Thalamic and cortical somatic sensory maps 6. Corticocortical and descending pathw

  • 2 Pages ReviewQuestionsWeek2
    ReviewQuestionsWeek2

    School: UCSD

    Course: Systems Neurobiology

    BIPN 142 Winter 2009 Review Questions - Week 2 (by Jannon Fuchs, to accompany Neuroscience, Purves et al., Fourth Edition, Sinauer) Chapter 9: The Somatic Sensory System: Touch and Proprioception 1. What are the relative merits of phasic (rapidly a

  • 7 Pages Lecture13
    Lecture13

    School: UCSD

    Course: Systems Neurobiology

    Lecture 13: Outline 1. Gustatory system organization 2. Taste receptors and signal transduction 3. Central gustatory projections 4. Encoding of taste stimuli Readings: Text, Chapter 15 Figure 15.15 The human taste system Figure A7 The locations of

  • 2 Pages ReviewQuestionsWeek5
    ReviewQuestionsWeek5

    School: UCSD

    Course: Systems Neurobiology

    BIPN 142 Winter 2009 Review Questions - Week 5 (by Jannon Fuchs, to accompany Neuroscience, Purves et al., Fourth Edition, Sinauer) Chapter 14: The Vestibular System 1. In what ways are the vestibular and auditory sense organs similar? 2. Explain h

  • 9 Pages Lecture5
    Lecture5

    School: UCSD

    Course: Systems Neurobiology

    Lecture 5: Outline 1. Organization of somatic sensory areas in thalamus and cortex 2. Functional plasticity in adult sensory cortices 3. Pain receptors and pain pathways 4. Sensitization and descending modulation of pain perception Readings: Text,

  • 10 Pages Lecture6A
    Lecture6A

    School: UCSD

    Course: Systems Neurobiology

    Lecture 6: Outline 1. Structure of the human eye 2. Properties of photoreceptors 3. The mechanism of phototransduction 4. Differences between cones and rods 5. Retinal neurons and neural pathways Readings: Text, Chapter 11 Figure 11.1 Anatomy of th

  • 2 Pages ReviewQuestionsWeek7
    ReviewQuestionsWeek7

    School: UCSD

    Course: Systems Neurobiology

    BIPN 142 Winter 2009 Review Questions - Week 7 (by Jannon Fuchs, to accompany Neuroscience, Purves et al., Fourth Edition, Sinauer) Chapter 18: Modulation of Movement by the Basal Ganglia 1. Would you expect your putamen neurons to fire as you are

  • 7 Pages SAMPLE2009Exam4
    SAMPLE2009Exam4

    School: UBC

    Course: The Earth And The Solar System 2594

    BIPN 142 Exam #4 March 18, 2009 Name (Print): Student No: Exam guidelines 1. This is a closed book, closed note exam. Work by yourself and do not talk with any other students. You have ~50 min (until 9:50 AM) to hand in the exam. You may work in pen or pe

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