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PSY308 Biopsychology The anatomy of the nervous system: Organization & Development
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Overview e.g.) Dorsal, Ventral, Coronal section Major divisions of the nervous system CNS, PNS “Underappreciated” staff of the nervous system e.g.) Meninges, CSF, BBB Development of the nervous system
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Dorsal Ventral Anterior (rostral) Posterior (caudal) Dorsal Dorsal Ventral Ventral Anterior (rostral) Posterior (caudal) Directions in the nervous system medial lateral
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Orientation of the nervous system Sagittal Section Horizontal Section Coronal Section
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CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM (CNS): Brain Spinal cord PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM (PNS): Somatic nervous system Autonomic nervous system Major parts of the nervous system - Sympathetic - Parasympathetic
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Spinal cord Spinal cord connection of the nerves to muscle groups http://www.jyi.org/features/ft.php?id=539 Cross section of the spinal cord
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Red arrows = information flow
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Somatic nervous system
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