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Chapter 2 classes-1 - LINERS v NEUROTRANSMITTERS THE...

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EVOLUTION, GENETICS AND  EXPERIENCE CHAPTER 2 PSY 223,  SPRING 2012
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Gabrille Giffords Story
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q BULLET ENTERS LEFT SIDE OF  BRAIN q BULLET NEAR SURFACE OF  CORTEX q WEAKNESS IN RIGHT ARM q PROBLEMS IN SPEECH  PRODUCTION q PROBLEMS IN FINDING THE  RIGHT WORDS TO SAY
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A MAN SHOOTS  HIMSELF WITH NAIL  GUN AND DOESN’T  KNOW IT
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IS IT PHYSIOLOGICAL OR  PSYCHOLOGICAL? q DESCARTES AND THE PINEAL q MIND vs BODY q GETTING IN TROUBLE WITH THE  CHURCH: GALILEO AND  CAPERNICUS q De la METTRIE  1747 q MONISTIC APPROACH q THE STUDY OF CONSCIOUSNESS
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WHAT’S IN THE BRAIN ANYWAY? v 1800 A PRIMITIVE BATTERY v MUSCLE AND NERVES RESPOND v AN EXERCISE BELT v PENFIELD,  MAPPING THE HUMAN BRAIN  WITH ELECTRICITY v EEG RESPONSE, IT’S A BEE HIVE, FLAT 
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Unformatted text preview: LINERS v NEUROTRANSMITTERS, THE LANGUAGE OF NEURONS v THAT’S ALL FOLKS! STORIES OF OLIVER SACKS THE CASE OF THE MAN WHO FELL OUT OF BED THE PARIETAL LOBE, DETERMINES WHERE THINGS ARE IS BEHAVIOR DUE TO NATURE OR NURTURE? Ø FIRST PSYCHOLOGY LAB, WILHELM WUNDT, 1879, LEIPZIG GERMANY STRUCTURALISM Ø J. B. WATSON, BEHAVIORISM Ø B. F. SKINNER, RADICAL BEHAVIORISM Ø STATISTICAL ANALYSIS, IS IT DUE TO CHANCE? Ø KONRAD LORENZ, ETHOLOGY, INSTINCTS Ø CAN’T QUANTIFY THE RATIO (PINEL) YELLOW, CORTEX PURPLE, BRAIN STEM EARTH FORMED 4.56 BILLION YEARS AGO THEORY IS NOT A HUNCH SOME RECENT DISCOVERIES FOSSIL IS 375 MILLION YEARS OLD...
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2012 for the course PSY 223 taught by Professor Charleskutscher during the Spring '12 term at Syracuse.

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