PSY223 Biopsychology2:15:12

PSY223 Biopsychology2:15:12 - PSY223 Biopsychology LECTURE...

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PSY223 Biopsychology LECTURE 2/15/12 CH 5 Research Methods Phineas Gage 1848 Was a dependable foreman on RR Now didn’t care Trouble holding a job Irratable and aquarrelsome Skull at Harvard Museum Had a spike go through his head Angiogram of Brain Contrast x-ray procedure. Inject contrast medium change x-ray reaction colors are false. Brain Blood Vessels Brain is about 2% of body weight Uses 20 5 of oxygen hospital code, about 6 min before some brain cells die Arteries- Largest Arterioles- Middle size Capillaries- tiny, they break/burst and create a hickey. Cells need oxygen and food Get rid of CO2 Red blood Cells Carry oxygen Hemoglobin= give it the red color and absorbs the oxygen Arteries, Arterioles, Capillaries
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Blood is forming a clot Platelets make a plug Protein makes fibrin RBCs caught in gel Dangers of clotting Heart attack, leading killer in U.S. Ischemic (meaning block) stroke, TPA could dissolve Loss of limb Pulmonary embolism= if you sit for too long in a car, you could get a blood clot in your
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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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