Review_Page_Test_2_Fall_2006

Review_Page_Test_2_Fall_2006 - Psy 100 Fall 2006 Madigan...

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Psy 100 Fall 2006 Madigan Psychology 100 Review Test #2 Fall 2006 Type of neurons * sensory * motor * interneurons Brain stimulation and reward Factors that distort memories Main properties of action potentials * all or none Emotions and specific arousals Priming effects Relative sizes of main brain structures "emotion","affect", "feeling" retrograde amnesia * can’t remember what happened before the injury * greatest for memories just before the injury and least for memories from long before Prefrontal lobe functions Amygdala functions anterograde amnesia * can’t form long-term memories of events that occur after the injury * the most dramatic type of amnesia Aggression as adaptation Frontal lobes and memory Cerebellum functions Source confusions The "triune brain" * Maclean * neomammalian, paleomammalian (limbic system), reptilian Facial expression and emotion Sympathetic Hemispheric specialization
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This note was uploaded on 03/24/2008 for the course PSYC 100 taught by Professor Madigan during the Fall '07 term at USC.

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