PSYC 211- Midterm 1 Review

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Unformatted text preview: the effects of Prozac 1)  Prozac will increase availability of serotonin to bind to the post- synap1c receptor 2)  Prozac will decrease the availability of serotonin to bind to the post- synap1c receptor 3)  Prozac enhances removal of serotonin from the synapse 4)  Prozac inhibits removal of serotonin from the synapse Prozac is a serotonin reuptake inhibitor, which of the following is true about the effects of Prozac 1)  Prozac will increase availability of serotonin to bind to the post- synap1c receptor 2)  Prozac will decrease the availability of serotonin to bind to the post- synap1c receptor 3)  Prozac enhances removal of serotonin from the synapse 4)  Prozac inhibits removal of serotonin from the synapse A noncompe11ve GABA receptor antagonist will have which of the following effects? 1)  Increases the likelihood of EPSP (excitatory post- synap1c poten1al) 2)  Decreases the likelihood of EPSP 3)  It binds directly to the GABA receptor 4)  Will cause the GABA chloride channel to open, hyperpolarizing the post- synap1c cell A noncompe44ve GABA receptor antagonist will have which of the following effects? 1)  Increases the likelihood of EPSP (excitatory post- synap1c poten1al) -   GABA is inhibitory, thus blocking its inhibitory ac1vity will increase the likelihood of post- synap1c firing 2)  Decreases the likelihood of EPSP -   FALSE: an antagonist reduces the effect of the receptor, GABA receptors decrease the likelihood of EPSP, therefore blocking this results in an increase of EPSPs 3)  The drug binds directly to the GABA receptor -   Non- compe11ve antagonist binds to the receptor at a loca1on dis1nct from where the neurotransmiaer binds but s1ll binds to the receptor 4)  Will cause the GABA chloride channel to open, hyperpolarizing the post- synap1c cell -   FALSE: a GABA antagonist will stop the ion channel from opening Antagonist versus Agonist -   antagonist...
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