Section2-4-2 - Adaptation Slowly adapting Action potentials...

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2/16/12 1 Adaptation on Pressure Action potentials Slowly adapting on Pressure Action potentials Fast adapting (Pacinian is like this) Receptive feld • Area o± skin that changes the neuron’s activity – Can be excitatory or inhibitory – Will be di±±erent sizes depending on which neurons you are examining Di±±erent receptors have di±±erent receptive felds SA1 or FA1 SA2 or FA2 adaptation Combination o± receptive feld size and adaptation may be related to the perception evoked vibration Fast indent Steady indent stretch Type of stim Sensation Steady indentation Pressure Fast indentation Flut er Stretch Stretch Rapid vibration Vibration Small Rec. Fields near sur±ace Large Rec. Fields deep Small Receptive Field Large Receptive Field FA1 FA2 adaptation Combination o± receptive feld size and adaptation may be related to the perception evoked vibration Fast indent Steady indent stretch Type of stim Sensation Steady indentation Pressure Fast indentation Flut er Stretch Stretch
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2012 for the course EXP 3202 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '12 term at Florida State College.

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Section2-4-2 - Adaptation Slowly adapting Action potentials...

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