Final Review

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Final Review 03/12/2009 11:04:00 Areas covered in the Final Neurophysiology of Arousal o afferent going to CNS o efferent going from the CNS the rection (producing an effect)_ o information is (sensory) going to and from the CNS o arousal- physiological o CNS- affected the peripheral and autonomic part o peripheral- muscular activity o autonomic- all parts of the body (organs that we don’t have control) sympathetic  heart rate, respiration rate, pulse rate affected by arousal parasympathetic tries to bring the body back to normality o parts of the brain hypothalamus, reticular formation and the cortex- brain  functions o the cerebral cortex is the center for higher brain function o testing (3 instruments for interpretations) EEG- brain EMG- muscular
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ECG-cardiac Anxiety o psychological theory o deals with emotions o (affect)- moods, feelings o stress is at the extreme upon the body  o the greatest stress selye speaks about good and bad stress Uretess- good stress o looks at coping skills o the primary appraisal  o anxiety with the copnig skills 1 st  appraisal 2 nd  appraisal deals with the coping skills
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