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7NeuroptB[1] - Neuroscience - Part 2 Overview 1. Review 2....

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Neuroscience - Part 2
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Overview 1. Review 2. Methods of studying the brain 3. Neurons and their structure 4. How do neurons communicate?
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Some Review Which nervous system is active?
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What does this mean?
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What is the principle of contralateral organization?
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Localization of Brain Function
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Occipital Lobe Input from Optic nerve Contains primary visual cortex
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Temporal Lobe Contains primary auditory cortex [processes Auditory Information] Contains specialized areas for: face recognition word recognition memory formation
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Parietal Lobe contains primary somatosensory cortex Spatial navigation
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Frontal Lobe Contains primary motor cortex No direct sensory input Important planning and sequencing areas Broca’s area for speech
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PROSOPAGNOSIA BODILY SENSATIONS VISION LANGUAGE COMPREHENSION SPEAKING, IMAGINING, & THINKING Another Localization of Function Example: A  Face Processing Area
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Prosopagnosia Video
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Memory and the Brain
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The position of the hippocampus in the brain
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HM = Removal of hippocampus and surrounding tissue QuickTime™ and a GIF decompressor are needed to see this picture. QuickTime™ and a GIF decompressor are needed to see this picture. normal hipp HM = no hippocampus
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The Famous Faces Test ‘60’s ‘70’s ‘80’s ‘90’s
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H.M.’s amnesia -Famous Faces  performance is  normal for 40s, then 
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This note was uploaded on 04/11/2008 for the course PSYC 101 taught by Professor Nosek during the Spring '07 term at UVA.

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