Psych129Lect4_Phantom_Limbs

Psych129Lect4_Phantom_Limbs - predators Directly related to...

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Phantom Limbs
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Somatosensory Map
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fMRI - Activation in Phantom Limbs
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Mirror Box
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Caloric Stimulation Temporarily Alleviates Phantom Pain Temporarily eliminates the hand map on the face
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Results Pre-Caloric Stimulation
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Results Post-Caloric Stimulation
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Why might caloric stimulation affect people? Lateral Line System in Fish Used for orienting reflex to find prey or hide from
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Unformatted text preview: predators Directly related to fishs body image and position in space These are the phylogenetic origins of human inner-ear hair cells (Martini, Timmons & Tallitsch, 2002 ) So it makes sense that our own vestibular system might be strongly connected to our perception of body image and position in space...
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This note was uploaded on 09/30/2011 for the course PSYCH 129 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at UCSD.

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