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Overview of the Organization of the Brain and Behavior
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Segmental Model Swanson, L.W. (2000) What is the brain? Trends Neurosci., 23, 519-527.
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(Swanson, 2000) Swanson, L.W. (2000) What is the brain? Trends Neurosci., 23, 519-527.
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Swanson, L.W. (2000) What is the brain? Trends Neurosci., 23, 519-527. Developmental Model
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Swanson, L.W. (2000) What is the brain? Trends Neurosci., 23, 519-527. Evolutionary Model
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SYSTEM NERVORUM CENTRALE (Central nervous system) I. ENCEPHALON (brain) A. PROSENCEPHALON ( forebrain ) 1. TELENCEPHALON ( endbrain 2. DIENCEPHALON ( between-brain, or interbrain B. MESENCEPHALON ( midbrain C. RHOMBENCEPHALON ( hindbrain ) 1. METENCEPHALON ( ) 2. MYELENCEPHALON ( medulla oblongata ) II. MEDULLA SPINALIS (spinal cord) Notes: " BRAINSTEM " is an imprecisely defined term which usually refers to the rhombencephalon and mesencephalon together. It may or may not include the cerebellum, and
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Unformatted text preview: sometimes the diencephalon is included. Similarly, the terms " CEREBRUM " or " CEREBRAL HEMISHPHERES " may refer to the telencephalon or to the entire prosencephalon. . Hierarchical Organization of the Brain and Behavior What is a hierarchy? Ordering along a dimension or arrangement in a graded series What are some examples of hierarchies? Partition Hierarchy Lattice Hierarchy Amphioxus “Ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny” means that the evolutionary history of an organism (its phylogeny) is recapitulated (repeated) in its ontogentic (lifespan) development.--we will critically examine this notion as the course progresses. Organization of Behavior Behavior Can Also be Organized Hierarchically Reflexes Rhythmic Behaviors Kineses Taxes Species-typical behaviors (instinctive behaviors) Motivated (operant) behaviors Latent learning (modeling, imitation)...
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