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Ch 17 Study Guide What is the role of the autonomic nervous system in emotion? What do the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems do? What is the modern biopsychological view of how we experience emotion? What are the functions of emotion? What brain areas are associated with emotion? What is the limbic system? Regarding the role of the cerebral hemispheres in emotion, what is the right hemisphere model and the valence model? Be aware of individual differences as regards emotion in the brain. What brain regions are particularly involved in aggression? How are they involved? What occurs as a result of damage to the prefrontal cortex in the frontal lobes? What is the role of testosterone in nonprimate mammals and humans as regards aggression? What are mirror neurons? What is the role of serotonin in nonhuman animals and human males as regards aggression? What conditions are correlated with low serotonin levels? What kind of information does the amygdale receive? With what brain regions does it
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Unformatted text preview: communicate? What is the relationship between the amygdale and the cortex? What is fear conditioning? What are the effects of amygdale lesions? What is the Kluver-Bucy syndrome? Under what conditions is the amygdale activated? What is the relationship with anxiety? What effects are seen as a result of damage to the human amygdale? What physiological phenomena are associated with the initial stages of love? How variable is the stress response under different conditions and in different species? What is the general adaptation syndrome? What happens in each stage? How are the adrenal glands involved? The autonomic nervous system? The HPA axis? How is stress measured? How does stress affect the immune system? What is the effect of stress early in life? Why is the hippocampus particularly susceptible to stress-related changes?...
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