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FALL 2007 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT #3 Note: There are 2 pages Neuropsychology and Evolutionary Psychology (Chapter 3 and Notes) Neuron: Soma, dendrites, axon Resting potential Action potential (nerve impulse) All-or-none law Terminal buttons Synapse Neurotransmitters Synaptic transmission (Fig. 3.4) Reuptake Agonists Antagonists Acetylcholine and behavior Dopamine and behavior Norepinephrine and behavior Serotonin and behavior Endorphins and behavior Autonomic nervous system Somatic nervous system Central nervous system Medulla; Some functions Cerebellum: Some functions Midbrain: Some functions Reticular formation and functions Thalamus: Some functions Hypothalamus: Some functions Limbic system components Amygdala: Some functions Medial forebrain bundle functions “Pleasure centers” Cerebral hemispheres Cerebral cortex and white matter Fissures, sulci, and gyri Occipital lobe: Its location Temporal lobe: Its location Parietal lobe: Its location Frontal lobe: Its location Prefrontal cortex
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