Neural Basis of Cognition (studt) (1)

Neural Basis of Cognition (studt) (1) - a. MRI uses...

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Neural Basis of Cognition I. A. 1. Cell S_______ 2. D___________ 3. A_________ 4. M___________ Sheath 5. S_____________
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B. Brain -- Structure: Function Correlations --Hindbrain/Midbrain/Forebrain 1. Brainstem a. Pons b. M___________ c. M____________ 2. Cerebellum 3. Cerebral Cortex a. Cortex (below) b. Limbic System
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c. B__________ G___________ C. 1. F____________ Lobe --Motor Cortex 2. T____________ Lobe 3. O____________ Lobe 4. P_____________ Lobe --somatos____________ cortex
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5. Brodmann’s C____________________ Map II. Neuroscience A. Measuring the Brain and its Activity Levels 1. CAT Scan: Computerized A__________ T______________ 2. MRI and fMRI
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Unformatted text preview: a. MRI uses m________________ to measure structure of brain b. functionalMRI can measure activity in r____________ 3. EEG & E____________ P___________ 4. T______________ M____________ S__________ (TMS) a.-a non-invasive technique that applies weak, consistent low frequency electrical current to parts of the skull/brain to see what processes are interrupted b. OR, short, high frequency waves to *stimulate* activity 5. PET Scan: -Measures uptake of (r______________) g_________-Red/Yellow are most active areas-Slower than fMRI 5. Cerebral Blood Flow B. Neuropsychology 1. Patient Data-damage from strokes, surgery, etc.------2. Double Dissociations...
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This note was uploaded on 12/17/2010 for the course PSY 43785 taught by Professor Reed during the Spring '10 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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