Lectures 7/8 – General brain damage Readings • Ch. 13, pp. 370 – 375 (assessing) not box 13.1, pp. 376 (complications) to 381 (sports-related) not box 13.2 • Ch. 12., pp. 357 (tumors) – 361 (diagnosis) • Ch. 12 Read section on anoxia and hypoxia • Ch. 12. pp. 342 (overview) to 347 (diagnosing) • Ch. 12. pp 363 (other) to 367 (not box 12.4) Review questions 1. What are the research strategies used to figure out what different parts of the brain do? 2. What is inflammation? What is the function of inflammation? 3. What are the 5 classic signs of inflammation? (Latin and English), Which ones are related to the vasodilation, increased permeability parts of the inflammatory cascade? 4. What is TBI? 5. What are the major causes of TBI (not %ges as CDC figures differ from the book) 6. What is the difference between open/penetrating and closed TBI? 7. Name some causes of open TBI? 8.
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This note was uploaded on 10/22/2011 for the course PSYC 311 taught by Professor Mayhew during the Fall '11 term at Rutgers.