L6-Hemodynamics

L6-Hemodynamics - 6.14 The relation between sensory...

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6.1 The indirect relationship between fMRI signal and the sensory, motor, and cognitive processes.
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6.2 The neuron.
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6.3 Ion channels and pumps.
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6.4 Synapses and neurotransmitter release.
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6.5 Anaerobic and aerobic glycolysis.
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6.6 The energy budget of the (rodent) brain.
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6.7 The crude imaging apparatus used by Angelo Mosso in the late nineteenth century.
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6.8 Blood supply to the human cerebrum.
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6.9 Capillary structure.
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6.10 The arterial system of the human brain. (Part 1)
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6.10 The arterial system of the human brain. (Part 2)
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6.11 The arterial and venous organization of the cerebral vasculature. (Part 1)
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6.11 The arterial and venous organization of the cerebral vasculature. (Part 2)
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6.11 The arterial and venous organization of the cerebral vasculature. (Part 3)
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6.11 The arterial and venous organization of the cerebral vasculature. (Part 4)
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6.12 Microcirculation of the human brain.
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6.13 Distribution of vascularization across cortical layers.
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6.14 The relation between sensory stimulation and local blood flow changes. (Part 1)
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6.14 The relation between sensory stimulation and local blood flow changes. (Part 2)
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Unformatted text preview: 6.14 The relation between sensory stimulation and local blood flow changes. (Part 3) 6.15 The change in diameter of arterioles following sciatic stimulation. 6.16 Change in arteriole dilation as a function of distance from active neurons. 6.19 A midsagittal MRI of the human head. 6.20 A sagittal drawing of the white-matter tracts of the human cerebral cortex. 6.21 An illustration of the six-layer structure of the neocortex. 6.22 The cytoarchitectonic map of Brodmann. (Part 1) 6.22 The cytoarchitectonic map of Brodmann. (Part 2) 6.23 Surface view of the left hemisphere of the human brain. 6.24 Midsagittal view of the human brain. 6.25 Ventral view of the human brain. (Part 1) 6.25 Ventral view of the human brain. (Part 2) 6.26 Axial view of the human brain at the level of the anterior commissure. 6.27 Coronal view of the human brain at the level of the anterior commissure. 6.17 Evidence of direct innervation of capillaries by dopaminergic neurons. 6.18 Neuronal innervation of pial surface vessels....
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This note was uploaded on 02/07/2009 for the course PSYC 425 taught by Professor Lu during the Spring '08 term at USC.

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