Cognitive Science 1 4.24

Cognitive Science 1 4.24 - Midterm 25 on each side, medium...

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Midterm – 25 on each side, medium sized scantron Fear and Rage I. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder A. Mediated by prefrontal cortex, amygdala, hippocampus B. Amygdala receives sensory info and also info from thalamus – good interconnectivity C. Amygdala affects heart rate D. The Amygdala plays an important role in emotional behavior E. Inputs and Outputs of the Amygdala 1. Visual 2. Olfactory 3. Gustatory 4. Auditory a) Cortices 5. Striatum F. Basic “Fear Circuitry” 1. Tone   paired with a footshock 2. Footshock get processed and then gets processed in the lateral part of the  amygdala G. Fear conditioning in a rodent 1. The rat has low blood pressure and low movement in the baseline with the  tone 2. Once you have esatablished the baseline and then match the tone and  electricity, then the blood pressure and movement will increase 3. The next day, the tone will trigger the same response regardless of an actual 
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