FRI_1_15_2010 - webelieve Manipulatethebody/Brain...

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As a class we hold the identity position thus  we believe …. The mind is mental activity, mind is a property of  brain activity What is an innate behavior? A fixed response What is a somatic intervention? Manipulate the body/Brain 
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 Camillo Golgi Neural Net Neurons continuous with one another Cajal Contiguous Not  Continuous Neuron Doctrine Independent structurally, functionally and  metabolically Information transmitted across tiny gaps (Synapses)
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Glia ~100 billion Neurons ~80 billion
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200 Billion cells, 10 15 connections 0 Specialized cells Electrical activity Transmits Integrates Stores r Non Dividing? Plastic 0 Regulation of behavior groups of hundreds or thousands of neurons
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Input Zone Dendrites  Branched, multiple  contacts Integration Soma ( Cell Body) Inputs are combined and  transformed Conduction Axon – impulse away Axon Hillock Output Axon terminal Cell to cell
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