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NSC1306 STUDY GUIDETEST 1 - Neo-Darwinian evolution 10 Know...

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NSC1306 TEST 1 STUDY GUIDE FALL 2006 1. Be familiar with the disciplines of neuroscience listed in your notes and the book. 2. Be able to list and explain the four conceptual approaches to behavioral neuroscience 3. Be familiar with the experiment by Lester and Gorzalka (p 6) 4. Be able to distinguish between an experiment and quasiexperiment. 5. Be able to list and define the divisions of biopsychology 6. Be able to explain the case studies of Jose and the Bull; Becky, Moniz, and the Prefrontal Lobotomy 7. Review the mind-body, mind-brain problem from the lecture notes. 8. What are molar and molecular levels of analysis and why are they desirable? 9. What is evolution?
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Unformatted text preview: Neo-Darwinian evolution? 10. Know the 7 Key elements of Neo-Darwinian Evolutionary Theory in detail. 11. Study behavioral genetics in your lecture notes (p. 29-38 of lecture notes) 12. What is the scientific method? 13. Be familiar with all methods that can be used to visualize the brain listed in your lecture notes (p46-48 of lecture notes) 14. Be able to discuss the behavioral methods to studying the brain in the Neurosciences 15. Know the gross anatomy of the brain outlined in your lecture notes 16. Know the various views of the brain 17. Be able to list the 4 lobes of the brain and their function 18. What is meant by a “split-brain?”...
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