Spring2010_Exam3_StudyGuide - Congenital adrenal...

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These are topics that could be included on the first midterm exam Midterm 3 Study Guide Habituation and dishabituation Patient HM/Henry Molaison Model of memory formation Hippocampal lesion studies and consolidation Mechanisms contributing to memories (Fig. 18.2) Habituation of siphon response Long term potentiation Difference btw single unit recordings and imaging data Taxi driver data set Chickadee experiment How new neurons are identified in the adult Appetitive vs. consummatory behavior Pheremones and reproduction Role of androgens in male mating behavior Ovulatory cycle and role of hormones in female mating neural circuit Role of estrogens in male mating neural circuit Role of estrogens in maternal behavior Patterns of hormonal change in male biparental mammals Sex differences in play behavior
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Unformatted text preview: Congenital adrenal hyperplasia Hormone-environment interactions Sexually dimorphic nucleus in rats, sheep and humans Sex differences in song nuclei and hippocampus Effects of hormones on sdn Split brain zebra finch XY- mice Hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis (including negative feedback) Sympathetic nervous system response Acute vs. chronic stress Baboons personalities Effects of stress on health outcomes Resilience in humans and mice Strategies for reducing stress hormone responses Effects of parental behavior on stress responses Darwin and emotions Cultural differences in facial expressions PET scans and emotions Fear conditioning and relevance to human behavior Fear conditioning circuit Testosterone and aggression Hormones and economic performance Monoamine oxidase...
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2011 for the course PSC 101 taught by Professor Owings,coss,henry during the Spring '07 term at UC Davis.

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