1 Psych 15 The Major Issues

1 Psych 15 The Major Issues - Introductory Psychobiology I....

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Introductory Psychobiology I. Psychobiology Compliments Other Disciplines in Neuroscience A. Neurochemistry —chemical composition of the brain 1. fats, proteins, carbohydrates 2. neurotransmitters, receptors 3. ion channels
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B. Neuroendocrinology —hormones in the brain and body C. Neuropathology —disease-related changes in the brain D. Neuropharmacology —mechanisms of drug actions in the brain, neurotransmitters and receptors E. Neurophysiology electrophysiological recording, ion channel effects
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II. Types of Research in Psychobiology A. Human experiments —imaging, brain damage, human electrophysiology B. Laboratory animal experiments experimental design 1. independent and dependent variables 2. control and experimental groups or conditions
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III. Divisions of Psychobiology A. Behavioral Neuroscience 1. brain regions involved in motivation 2. physiology and behavior B. Psychopharmacology 1. effects of drugs on behavior 2. neurotransmitters and behavior
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C. Neuropsychology 1. brain damage and higher
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This note was uploaded on 03/05/2008 for the course PSYCH 15 taught by Professor Woolf during the Fall '08 term at UCLA.

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