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Unformatted text preview: 4-14-08- Brain Chemistry29.1. Which of the following processes may be involved in the regulation of neural transmission at a synapse?A) Secretion of the neurotransmitterB) Binding of neurotransmitter to a receptorC) Degradation of the neurotransmitterD) Re-uptake of neurotransmitterE) All of the above and more29.2. Place the following types of informational transfer in order from fastest to slowest velocities.A) Neurotransmitter, hormonal, electricalB) hormonal, neurotransmitter, electricalC) neurotransmitter, electrical, hormonalD) electrical, hormonal, neurotransmitterE) electrical, neurotransmitter, hormonal29.3. According to Einsteins random walk equation, the time it takes for a chemical to diffuse across a synapse is:A) inversely proportional to the distanceB) inversely proportional to the log of the distanceC) proportional to the square of the distanceD) proportional to the distanceE) proportional to the cube of the distance29.4. Which of the following are only found in the brain?A) acetylcholineB) norephinephrineC) serotoninD) histamineE) none of the above29.5. According to John Gaddum, _________ produces the symptoms of psychosis....
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