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PSB 3002 -- Physiological Psychology I. History of Physiological Psychology A. Neolithic humans B. Ancient philosophers 1. Hippocrates 2. Aristotle 3. Galen C. Renaissance 1. da Vinci 2. Vesalius 3. Harvey 4. Descartes D. Anatomy and physiology 1. Haller 3. Muller 4. Gall 5. Broca 6. Flourens 7. Lashley E. Electrophysiology 1. Galvani 2. Volta 3. Helmholtz F. Neuroanatomy 1. Golgi 2. Ramon y Cajal G. Synaptic transmission 1. Sherrington 2. Bernard 3. Dale 4. Loewe 5. Hebb II. Cells of the nervous system A. The neuron 1. Basic plan a. integration i. soma ii. dendrites b. generation i. axon hillock ii. initial segment c. conduction i. axon d. transmission i. terminals 2. The synapse 3. Classes of neurons a. Number of processes b. Function c. Shape d. Size e. Neurochemistry f. Effect on target 4. Glia a. astrocytes
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b. microglia c. oligodendrocytes d. Schwann cells III. Physiology of the neuron A. Basis of the resting potential 1. concentration gradients 2. electrical gradients 3. selective permeability of the membrane 4. Nernst equation 5. Goldman-Katz equation B. Postsynaptic potentials 1. mechanisms 2. spatial summation 3. temporal summation
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