Final Exam MVS 110

Final Exam MVS 110 - Final Exam MVS 110 Motor Control Basis...

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Final Exam MVS 110 Motor Control Basis for nearly all our interactions with the environment Study of how the body moves or is stabilized in space Often includes the study of a specific task or action Galvani – discovered that nerves act as electrical conductors Cajal – neuron doctrine “neurons are the basic functional signaling units of the nervous system Brodmann – distinguished different areas of cerebral cortex based on cytoarcheitechtonics – nerve structure Gall – phrenology “technique that relates bumps on skull to personality traits” Reaction Time – I-RCR – infrared corneal reflection – EMG – electromyography – fMRI – functional magnetic resonance imaging – EEG – electroencephalography – trials have to be collected and averaged; neural activity is electrical in nature; blood, hair, skull, skin get in the way; measure electrical activity in the brain ICMS – animals; insert microelectrode into brain to record electrical activity from neurons while animal performs the task
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2008 for the course MVS 110 taught by Professor Staff during the Winter '08 term at University of Michigan.

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Final Exam MVS 110 - Final Exam MVS 110 Motor Control Basis...

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