Lecture _2 (Biopsychology) - Blackboard

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Biopsychology Definition: bios, psyche, logos Rene Descartes (1596-1650) Cartesian hydro-mechanics The pineal gland
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Biopsych. Julien Offrey de la Mettrie 1748 the enlightened machine Message: to understand the mind study the brain video
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Biopsych. Luigi Galvani 1792 animal electricity Otto Loewi 1936 chemical transmission
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Biopsy. The Loewi experiment the Vagus nerve and Vagus Stoff
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Biopsy. Building blocks of the nervous system The neuron= nerve cell
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The synapse The electrochemical nature of neural communication The synapse
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The first neurotransmitter substance Acetylcholine (Ach) cholinergic transmission at the heart Noradrenaline (NA) adrenergic transmission at the liver
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The neurotransmitters Acethylcholine (ACh) Noradrenaline (NA) Dopamine (DA) video Serotonin (SE) GABA Endorphins, peptides, amino acids, endo- cannabinoids
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Biopsy Types of neurons: sensory, motor and inter
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Biopsy nerve= bundle of axons in the periphery
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Unformatted text preview: • tract= bundle of axons in the central nervous system • ganglion= collection (clump) of neurons in the periphery • nucleus= clump of neurons in the central nervous system Biopsy • Functional Neuroanatomy – Divisions: peripheral vs central – Divisions: somatic vs autonomic – Subdivision: spinal vs cranial – Subdivision: sympathetic vs parasympathetic The Central Nervous System (CNS): the spinal cord and the brain The spinal cord: reflexes, A&D fibers The CNS: the brain • The hindbrain: – medulla, pons, cerebellum The CNS: the brain • Midbrain – tectum, tegmentum, central grey, colliculi The CNS • The old brain: – hypothalamus, thalamus, limbic system, basal ganglia • The new brain (neo cortex): – the lobes The CNS • The new brain • The lobes: The CNS • Broca’s area • Wernicke’s area...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course PSY 205 taught by Professor Palfai during the Spring '08 term at Syracuse.

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