CNS 2006 Cog

CNS 2006 Cog - Nora Johnson Name Cog Map CNS 2006 HP 430...

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Name: Nora Johnson HP 430 Fall 2007 Cog Map: CNS 2006 Cog maps are a tool to help you read journal articles or other readings in preparation for a small group or class discussion. 1 1. Statement of the author’s message Summarize in your own words in a sentence or two what the reading selection is saying. What is the overall point There are several different behavioral, molecular, and cellular mechanisms that all co-contribute to regulation of food intake and fat levels in the body. If any one of these mechanisms is off then obesity can result. 2. Definition of key terms and concepts Select and define six key terms. Briefly describe how the author uses them in this reading selection. 1. CNS : Central Nervous System. Regulates food intake, meal initiation, satiety perception – all in response to body fat levels. Contains leptin and insulin. 2. Satiation : the decrease of appetite during the gradual ingestion of food. The body’s way of telling fullness. 3.
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This note was uploaded on 10/22/2007 for the course HP 430 taught by Professor Koprowski during the Fall '07 term at USC.

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CNS 2006 Cog - Nora Johnson Name Cog Map CNS 2006 HP 430...

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