PS101-Oct 5 - Test October 14th Chapter 1 12 questions...

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Test October 14 th Chapter 1 12 questions Chapter 2 22 questions Chapter 3 16 Total: 50 Questions (Many questions on independent and dependent variables) 1. Head Trauma 2. Stroke High cause of death in Canada/Ontario. It can cause massive damage or minimal damage. Its when blood flow to the brain is blocked or if there is a rupture in a blood vessel 3. Plasticity If one area of the brain is damaged, then other areas of the brain compensate for this loss. Hippocampus enlarges when studying and trying to memorize, then returns to normal state once information is retained (Children have more plasticity) 1. Collateral Sprouting When the neuron adjacent to a dead neuron sprouts more dendrites to compensate for the dead neuron 2. Substitution 3. Neurogenesis the active growth of more neurons 90% of disorders are self-remitting (Immuno-competence/how quickly you heal) -In a comatose state, the brain is trying to reconstitute itself -If the brain is damaged and one pushes it too hard to do certain abilities, those
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PS101-Oct 5 - Test October 14th Chapter 1 12 questions...

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