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Unformatted text preview: depression, and other disorders- neural structure changes when the myelin changes, i.e. scoliosis Pharmacology--alcohol, drugs, chocolate Perception and Behaviour: function of senses is to inform the brain of existing environmental conditions to guide behaviour- one of the most critical functions of the nervous system is to determine current environmental conditions Vision- structure and function- colour- perception and movement- changes- colour vision and plant adaptations (Kopi Luwak) Auditory System- structure and function Chemical senses- smell Emotions The Expression of th Emotions in Man and Animals, Charles Darwin Ingestion- societal/ biological factours Learning- long-term potientiation Schizophrenia and Affective Disorders...
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- Spring '08