CHAPTER 4 PART 1

CHAPTER 4 PART 1 - q CAT: MYELINATED NERVE, 224 MILES PER...

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CHAPTER 4  PART 1 PSY 223 SPRING 2012
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IMPORTANT EVENTS IN THE  MIDBRAIN SUBSTANTIA  NIGRA RETICULAR  FORMATION FIBERS BELOW  SUB- STANTIA NIGRA  ARE AXONS FROM  THE PRIMARY  MOTOR CORTEX
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DR. WILLIAM  LANGSTON AND  THE CASE OF THE  FROZEN ADDICTS THE BIRTH OF MPTP
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HEALTH CARE AND INFO ON  CONTRACEPTION
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PROBLEMS OBTAINING STEM  CELLS HOW TO DISPOSE OF A MILLION EMBRYOS?
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NEUROTRANSMITTERS
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DOPAMINE AND THE BRAIN q   ROLE IN REWARD SYSTEM, MORE DA  IN THE NUCLEUS ACCUMBENS =  REWARD q  BLOCKING DA AIDS THE  SCHIZOPHRENIC q  DA NEEDED IN BASAL NUCLEI TO  PRODUCE NORMAL MOVEMENT q  PARKINSONISM CAUSED BY DEATH  OF DA NEURONS IN THE MIDBRAIN
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HOW IS THE MESSAGE CARRIED? q  POSTSYNAPTIC  POTENTIAL q  ACTION  POTENTIAL OR  NERVE IMPULSE q  RELEASE OF  CHEMICAL AT END  FOOT
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HOW FAST ARE NERVE  IMPULSES?
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Unformatted text preview: q CAT: MYELINATED NERVE, 224 MILES PER HOUR q HUMAN: MYELINATED NERVE, 134 MILES PER HOUR q SMALL UNMYELINATED NERVES ABOUT 2 MILES PER HOUR, CATS q SALTATORY CONDUCTION q CONDUCTION FASTER IN LARGE NEURONS ANATOMY OF A NERVE IMPULSE RELEASE OF NEUROTRANSMITTERS VESICLES NEUROTRANS MITTERS SYNAPTIC GAP EXCITATORY POST-SYNAPTIC POTENTIAL INHIBITORY POST-SYNAPTIC POTENTIL GENERATING A NERVE IMPULSE REFRACTORY PERIOD TEMPORAL SUMMATION EXCITATIONS ADD AND DEPOLARIZE INHIBITIONS ADD AND POLARIZE ANATOMY OF A SYNAPSE RECEPTOR SITES ON POSTSYNAPTIC AREA THE TRANSMITTER SITS ON RECEPTOR SITE AND CAUSES CHANNEL TO OPEN OR CLOSE CELL MEMBRANE IS A DOUBLE FATTY LAYER...
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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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