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- Terms and topics for First Exam(Quiz Fall 2004 History of Cognitive Neuroscience(Chapter 1 lecture 1 and 2 The Nature of Neural Communication

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Terms and topics for First Exam (Quiz): Fall 2004 History of Cognitive Neuroscience (Chapter 1, lecture 1 and 2) The Nature of Neural Communication Golgi vs. Ramon y Cajal (see pg 6) Syncytium vs. Neuron Doctrine Monism vs. Dualism (be able to define each) Descartes’s view Localization vs. Holism debate: Be able to describe the significance of: Gall and Phrenology Broca and Wernicke Brodmann and Cytoarchetectonic maps Flourens and the “aggregate field” Lashley and “mass action” Penfield and Grandmother Cells Connectionism (the combined view) Principles of Experimental Design Independent variable vs. Dependent Variable Experimental Group vs. Control Group Sham Lesion Operationalizing variable (see Self-Test #1) Diaschisis (pg. 13) Gross Neuroanatomy and Neurons (Chapters 2-3, lecture 3 and 4) Navigation in the brain and spinal cord dorsal vs. ventral; rostral vs. caudal; medial vs. lateral: be able to use these terms to describe the relative position of one area to another “slicing” the brain: be able to identify whether you are seeing a horizontal, coronal, or saggital slice CNS vs. PNS (including ANS and its subdivisions) know the general flow of information and functions of each division types of receptors or effectors in each subdivision of PNS differences in terminology for cell bodies and bundles of axons Know location (be able to identify on diagram like the overhead used in class), major functions, and names of any specific parts (nuclei) discussed in class: Spinal cord (dorsal and ventral divisions) Brainstem: medulla, pons, midbrain
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- Terms and topics for First Exam(Quiz Fall 2004 History of Cognitive Neuroscience(Chapter 1 lecture 1 and 2 The Nature of Neural Communication

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