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Exam 1 Terms - Thalamus Forbrain 1 Old brain...

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Thalamus Forbrain 1 Old brain "Switchboard" All sensory messages which are then distributed Wernicke's Area Left side of the brain Responsible for speech comprehension Acethylcholine (ACh) Responsible for every single muscle movement in the body Temporal Lobe Forbrain New brain The region at the lower side of each cerebral hemisphere; contains centers of hearing and memory Psychology Scientific study of behavior of living organisms Colliculi Midbrain Vision and hearing Lens Focuses the light rays on the retina Receptor Cells Rods: Black and White Cones: Color Depth Perception Cues Monocular: cues from a single eye Binocular: cues from both eyes Pictorial Depth Linear perspective Texture gradient Interposition Relative size Height in plane
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Light and shadow Phantom Limb Having sensations and feelings in a limb that has been previously lost Gestalt Psychology Max Wertheimer (1880-1943) the motion picture the phi-phenomenon Tegmentum Midbrain Contributes to Dopamine production Associationists Edward L. Thorndike (1874-1949) puzzle box placed a cat in a puzzle box several times and it escaped quicker each time law of effect responses that are closely followed by satisfying consequences become associated with the situation Ivan P. Pavlov (1849-1936) classical conditioning Pavlov's Dog: made his dog associate a bell with food Pons Hindbrain The part of the brain stem that joins the hemispheres of the cerebellum and
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