Lecture_7_-_Neuropsychology_3_and_Sensation

Lecture_7_-_Neuropsychology_3_and_Sensation - Which of the...

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Unformatted text preview: Which of the following occurs at an IPSP? A) Cl- ions enter the post-synaptic neuron leading to hyperpolarization. B) Na+ ions enter the post-synaptic neuron leading to depolarization C) Neurotransmitters close ion channels which prevent Na+ and Cl- ions from entering the post-synaptic neuron D) Neurotransmitters open ion channels for Na+ and Cl- Announcements n Papers due Tuesday, Feb. 14 – Optional drafts to YOUR TA by 5pm Saturday n Exam next Thursday – Review session 1 – Tuesday, 8pm (200B Scher) § Contingent on 20 questions on discussion board – Review session 2 – Wednesday 6pm (200B Scher) Today’s Plan n Neuropsych – Language Processing – Split Brain n Sensation (Vision) – The eye – Receptive Fields – Faces 3 4 Considering Function: Language Processing n Functional elements – Sensory input – Auditory, visual cortex – Comprehension – Wernicke’s area – Response planning – Broca’s area – Motor response – Motor cortex 4 5 Typical clinical presentation of Broca's aphasics...
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This note was uploaded on 02/26/2012 for the course PSYCH 1101 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Columbia.

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