s17 - Moles A family of moles had been hibernating all...

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Moles A family of moles had been hibernating all winter. One beautiful spring morning, they woke up. The father mole stuck his head out of the hole and looked around. "Mother Mole!" He called back down the hole. "Come up here! I smell honey, fresh made honey!" The mother mole ran up and squeezed in next to him. "That's not honey, that's maple syrup! I smell maple syrup!" The baby mole, still down in the hole, was sulking. "I can't smell anything down here but molasses. .."
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Chapter 2 Stress Psychophysiology
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The Brain Two major components 1. Cerebral cortex (thinking functions) 2. Subcortex (physiological processes)
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The Brain, cont’d The subcortex includes the following: Cerebellum Pons Medulla oblongata Diencephalon Hypothalmus and thalmus (part of limbic system) The Limbic System is the seat of our emotions (fear, joy, anxiety) which affect our stress response.
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Stress and its Pathways The hypothalamus activates the following under a stress response:
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This note was uploaded on 02/12/2011 for the course SDS 3482 taught by Professor Thompson during the Spring '09 term at University of Florida.

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