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Study Guide exam 1 - Study Guide Exam 1 PSYC 372 005, Fall...

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Study Guide – Exam 1 PSYC 372 – 005, Fall 2009 Know the “key terms” that are included at the beginning of each lecture. These may be addressed as multiple choice questions on the exam, but may also be used in Fill-In-The-Blank type questions. In fact, the Fill-in-the- blank portion of the exam will only use these “key terms” Lecture 1 material: o What are neurons, what are glia, what makes them different from each other. o What cellular components can be found in all animal cells? Briefly what are the functions of these components mentioned in the lecture o Components of a neuron and what they each do o Components of an axon what they each do o Be able to label the parts of a neuron/axon, including: Dendrites, soma, nucleus, axon, axon hillock, myelin sheath, nodes of ranvier, presynaptic terminals o 4 main types of glial cells and what they do (particularly for astrocytes) o What are the roles of Schwann cells and Oligodendrocytes? Which ones are used where?
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This note was uploaded on 01/19/2010 for the course PSYC 372 taught by Professor Ehlinger during the Fall '09 term at George Mason.

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Study Guide exam 1 - Study Guide Exam 1 PSYC 372 005, Fall...

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