gensg1_f09_PT+II - General Psychology Fall 2009 STUDY GUIDE...

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General Psychology Fall 2009 STUDY GUIDE - EXAM 1 – Part Two CHAPTER 3 BIOLOGICAL BASES OF BEHAVIOR I. Neurons A. Basics 1. 3 types of neurons (what does each do?) 2. structure of neuron (3 basic parts—what does each do?) 3. how do neurons differ from other cells? 4. what kind of energy does the neuron use? B. Neural communication 1. axonal ( within the neuron) a. resting potential vs. action potential b. all-or-none law c. role of semi-permeable membrane d. what determines the speed of axonal transmission? 2. synaptic ( between neurons) a. role of neurotransmitters b. excitatory vs. inhibitory effects c. reuptake d. specific neurotransmitters (basic effects) e. how do drugs produce their effects on the nervous system? II. Control Systems A. Nervous system (what is the function of each?) 1. central (CNS) 2. peripheral (PNS) a. somatic b. autonomic (ANS) 1) sympathetic 2) parasympathetic B. Endocrine system [You may skip this section] 1. what are hormones? how do they differ from neurotransmitters? 2. why do we have both neural and endocrine systems?
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2011 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 101 taught by Professor Michaelleyton during the Fall '08 term at Rutgers.

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