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Exam 1: January 27, 2011 Review Session for Exam 1: Wednesday, January 26 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm Campbell Hall, Room 204
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Methods of Studying the Brain
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Neuroscience Disciplines Anatomists: study organization of brain elements. Physiologists: study cellular activity to understand brain function. Biochemists: study chemical properties of brain cells. Psychologists: study brain-behavior relationships.
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Neuropsychology Cognitive Function: Typically work with brain damage patients (e.g. case study of H.M.). Assess cognitive functions such as: Language skills Memory Attention Visual-spatial abilities Executive functions Motor function
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List Learning
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List Learning Apple Table Horse Banana Chair Tiger Lamp Cow Cherry Gazelle Orange Sofa
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Neuropsychology Memory: Verbal Visual Hat Dog apple cherry mouse gloves
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Neuropsychology Attention: Digit Span 6 4 7 1 9 5 8 2 7 9 3 5 1 4 6 6 2 9 7 3 1 8 Attention: PASAT 2 + 4 +8 +3 + 5 + 9 +7 + 6 …….
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Neuropsychology Language Function: Naming Paraphasia: Semantic Phonemic
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Neuropsychology Visual-spatial tasks: 1 2 3 4 5 6
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Neuropsychology Visual-spatial tasks: Clock drawing
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Neuropsychology Visual-spatial tasks:
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Neuropsychology Executive Function: Mental flexibility
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Unformatted text preview: 9 B J 1 K 3 2 C 8 T 6 6 A 9 T 3 H Neuropsychology Motor Function: Tapping Mimic hand movements Cog wheeling Neuroimaging: PET Neuroimaging: PET Neuroimaging: PET Upper row: Control PET scans (resting while looking at static fixation point is subtracted from looking at a flickering checkerboard stimulus positioned 5.5 from fixation point). Middle row: Subtraction produces a somewhat different image for each of 5 subjects. Bottom row: The 5 images are averaged to eliminate noise, producing the image at the bottom. Neuroimaging: MRI Neuroimaging: MRI Neuroimaging: fMRI Neuroimaging: fMRI Neuroimaging: fMRI CS+ CS+ 10 20 30 40 Time (Seconds) CS-10 20 30 40 Time (Seconds) Stimulus-based Functional Image Analysis Reference Functions fMRI time-course CS-Neuroimaging: fMRI Off Off Off Off On On On On Scan Number Signal Intensity Behavior-based Functional Image Analysis Neuroimaging: ERP Neuroimaging: ERP Neuroimaging: ERP Neuroimaging: ERP Neuroimaging: ERP Neuroimaging Log Time (sec) Log Size (mm) Non-invasive Invasive Questions?...
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