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Unformatted text preview: Pathway where we recall memory Senility, alzheimers < reduce Schopalamine – blocks channels to brain, can’t feel pain Inhibitor – blocks memory Marijuana – reduces acetylcholine Dopamine: inhibits movement – in hypothalamus Too much can inhibit or destroy thought process. Makes you feel warm and cuddly Also causes us to be addicted to drugs Serotonin – mood stabilization. Sheep. Makes you feel warm and cuddly. Exstacy – increases serotonin Too little serotonin causes depression Too much will burn receptors Norephinephrine – mood stabilizer Drud use produce when aroused (adrenaline) Produced by adrenal Sympathetic nervous system Causes digestion to slow down, relaxes bladder Prepares you for flight or fight. Brocia’s area – right side, speech Plasticity – brain’s ability to change function and structure Functional plasticity – brain’s ability to shift functions from damaged to undamaged brain areas....
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- Spring '08
- Psychology, myelin sheath, myelin sheath nodes, messages Myelin sheat, inhibit activity Refractory, raunin Terminal vesicle