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Neurotransmission & Neuroanatomy
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Chemical Signaling Electrical to chemical Terminal buttons Neurotransmitters Receptors key and lock reuptake
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Neurotransmitters Most drugs have their effects by enhancing or interfering with synaptic transmission! agonist antagonist Prozac selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor
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Neurotransmitters
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Prenatal Development
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Nervous System Central (brain & spinal cord) Peripheral somatic autonomic sympathetic parasympathetic
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Nervous System Somatic gather info. from external world Autonomic complementary systems
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Central Nervous System Brain Spinal cord spinal reflexes sensory receptors interneurons
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Exploring the Brain – Major Divisions Hindbrain medulla reticular formation cerebellum pons
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Exploring the Brain–— Major Divisions Forebrain cerebral cortex Subcortical structures thalamus hypothalamus pituitary gland
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Exploring the Brain–— Major Divisions Limbic System A group of forebrain structures including the hypothalamus, the amygdala, and the hippocampus, which are involved in motivation, emotion, learning, and memory.
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Exploring the Brain–— Major Divisions Limbic system hypothalamus Hippocampus amygdala basal ganglia
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Exploring the Brain–— Major Divisions Cerebral cortex
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