PGS 101, Lec 3 (Biological Psychology)

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Biological Bases of Behavior
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Franz Gall Phrenology:
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Nervous Tissue Glia cells Neurons
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Figure #? Page?
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Neurons chilling out Resting potential Neurons in action Action potential Travels down axon Absolute refractory period
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Postsynaptic potentials Excitatory Inhibitory
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Putting on the Brakes Reuptake Enzyme activation
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Example Neurotransmitters And an example of a problem they are associated with: Dopamine Seratonin Norepinephrine GABA Endorphins Acetylcholine
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How Drugs Work… Agonists excite 2 ways Antagonists inhibit 2 ways
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The Nervous System (NS) Central NS Peripheral NS Somatic NS Afferent fibers Efferent fibers Autonomic NS Sympathetic NS Parasympathetic NS
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Central Nervous System Brain/Body communication Speed Type of fiber Distance Traveled
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Unformatted text preview: • Contralaterality Figure #? Page? The Lobes Fig 3.19, pg 102 • 1) • 2) • 3) • 4) Phineous Gage The Brain • Lower brain stem & cerebellum • Higher cerebral hemisphere • Highlights of Lower Brain • Higher Brain (The cerebrum) Hemisphere Specialization • Left • Right • Not exclusivity; just specialization Flexibility of Brain • Specialization & integration • Plasticity Cool Tools • EEG: • CAT & MRI: • PET: • fMRI: Genetics & Behavior • Chromosomes – DNA • Genes • Dominant and Recessive Genes • Monogenic vs Polygenic • Most traits and behaviors: Genes & Behavior • Genes account for: • PKU (Phenylketonuria): • Huntington’s disease: • Mental illnesses w/ genetic component:...
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This note was uploaded on 01/12/2012 for the course PGS 101 taught by Professor Blan during the Fall '08 term at ASU.

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