3-28-08 - light changes Electroencephalography EEG...

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1 The duration of sleep Photoreceptors for signaling circadian light changes Photoreceptors for signaling circadian light changes Regulation of the sleep–wake cycle
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2 Human Brain HIGHER ORDER ASSOCIATION CORTICES PREMOTOR CORTICES PRIMARY MOTOR CORTEX STRIATUM SUBSTANTIA NIGRA GLOBUS PALLIDUS THALAMUS Motor neurons Muscle Behavior (+) (+) (+) (+) (+) (+) (+) (+) (+) (+) (-) (-) Photoreceptors for signaling circadian light changes Structure of the retina Photoreceptors for signaling circadian light changes
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3 Photoreceptors for signaling circadian
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Unformatted text preview: light changes Electroencephalography EEG recordings during the rst hour of sleep Physiological changes during sleep Neural circuits for sleep-wake cycle Regulation of the sleepwake cycle 4 Regulation of the sleepwake cycle Thalamocortical neuron- 2 ring states Cortical regions whose activity changes during REM sleep Activation of specic neural circuits triggers sleep and wakefulness...
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