taste, smell and suchbb

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TASTE & SMELL
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Review What are the three components of the perceptual pain system? Cognitive, emotional-affective, sensory discriminative What cortical area is active when you experience pain, or watch someone else suffer? Cingulate cortex Does pain pass through the thalamus? Yes What is the gate theory of pain modulation?
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Central modulation of sensory information (descending) Gate theory Periaqueductal Gray Endorphins Medulla 5-HT Spinal Cord Inhibits ascending “pain”
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Chemical senses Chemical coding Labled Line Supertaster Increased papillae Olfaction vomeronasal
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The Olfactory System Olfactory bulb 5000 odors
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Unformatted text preview: Anosmia Receptors 350s Pheromones McClintock effect TAARS Properties of Sound 1) Frequency Measured in Hertz: Cycles per second pitch 2) Amplitude decibels (dB) loudness Structures of the Ear Pinna Eardrum Hammer Anvil Stirrup Cochlea Basilar membrane Hair cells Von Bekesy Frequency Map Pitch What about very low frequencies? Transduction Inner hair cells 16-20 nerve fibers Perception of sound Outer hair cells Fine tuning Amplifier Ion Channels VERY FAST Best Frequency...
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This note was uploaded on 02/24/2011 for the course PSYC 460 taught by Professor Lawrence during the Spring '10 term at South Carolina.

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