Study_Guide_Final_2006

Study_Guide_Final_2006 - HD 220 Final 2006 Study Guide...

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HD 220 Final 2006 Study Guide Page 1 Study Guide Final HD 220 Information from last 3 rd of course Sleep 1. Understand different types of cycles (circadian, circannual, etc) 2. What are zeitgebers? 3. Know the neurobiological basis for biological clock? a. Anatomy b. Evidence for that anatomy’s importance c. Melatonin 4. What is the theory of the cause of and treatment for Seasonal Affective Disorder 5. Know the different stages of sleep a. What different EEG pattern is associated with each stage b. What physiology is associated with each stage c. (Where known) what brain regions are involved in each stage d. What is known about dreaming in each stage 6. Dreams – what are the main theories of why we have dreams 7. What are main theories of sleep 8. Know the brain regions important for sleep and waking Emotion 1. Understand the roles the hypothalamus plays in hormones, behavior, and emotion 2. Understand the anatomy of the hypothalamus and pituitary gland 3. What brain areas are important for feeding behavior? 4. What are the 2 different kinds of thirst? 5. What are the components of the limbic system and their probable roles in emotion? a. Think about lesions to the limbic system – what effects are there when different components are lesioned? b. What is Kluver-Bucy syndrome? 6. Understand the role of the frontal lobe in emotion and the effects of frontal lobotomy 7. What are the symptoms of depression and anxiety disorders 8. What NTs are associated with depression 9. What NT are associated with anxiety? 10. Hormones (Mostly Chapter 7) a. Know what a hormone is b. Know different types of hormones c. Know which brain structures are involved in hormonal response and how they interact d. Know which stress hormones are involved in the fast and slow stress response
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HD 220 Final 2006 Study Guide Page 2 11. what are the brain regions important for sexual behavior 12. what is known about the neural basis for sexual orientation
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2008 for the course HD 220 taught by Professor Anon during the Fall '06 term at Cornell.

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