03-31-08%20 - neuromodulatory inputs to state of...

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1 Systems The subjective experience of conscious , voluntary behavior is coupled to the motor system that innervates somatic, skeletal muscle (corticospinal, corticobulbar). The “unconscious” part of the brain is often associated with involuntary, emotional behavior and the innervation of system). Is there really a distinction between voluntary/ conscious and involuntary/ emotional behavior? Photoreceptors for signaling circadian light changes: visual input to visceral motor system Regulation of the sleep–wake cycle: “unconscious”,
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Unformatted text preview: neuromodulatory inputs to state of consciousness Thalamocortical neuron- 2 ring states 2 The so-called limbic lobe Modern conception of limbic system Nauta & Fiertag, 1986 Hippocampus Cortex Nauta & Fiertag, 1986 Amygdala Cortex Basal Ganglia Anatomy of the Amygdala Blair et al/, Annals NY Academy of Sciences, 985:485 (2003) 3 The major auditory pathways Visceral (autonomic) motor system: sympathetic & parasympathetic Hypothalamus Fear and the Human Amygdala: A Case Study 4 Adolphs Nature Reviews Neuroscience March 2003...
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course BIO 2220 taught by Professor Hopkins,c.d. during the Spring '08 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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