Outline3 - C The Amygdala and Hippocampus D The Limbic System E The Basal Ganglia IX The Cerebral Cortex A Cerebral Hemispheres B Frontal Lobes C

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GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY LECTURE: CHAPTER 2 I. Biological Psychology Definition See Chudler Page A. Division of Cells B. Beginning of Life II. Nervous System Structure See NS Page A. Central Nervous System B. Peripheral Nervous System III. Neuron Structure A. Neuron B. Action Potential C. The Synapse IV. Organization of the Nervous System A. Computational Neuroscience B. Fiber Tracts C. Nuclei D. Karl Lashley E. Brain Imaging Tools See Brain Atlas Page V. The Spinal Cord A. Functions B. CNS Functions VI. The Hindbrain See Brain Areas Page A. First to Develop B. Shared with Other Animals C. Perform Survival Functions D. The Brain Stem E. The Cerebellum F. Reticular Formation VII. The Midbrain A. Substantia Nigra and Striatum B. Other Structures VIII. The Forebrain A. The Hypothalamus B. The Thalamus
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Unformatted text preview: C. The Amygdala and Hippocampus D. The Limbic System E. The Basal Ganglia IX. The Cerebral Cortex A. Cerebral Hemispheres B. Frontal Lobes C. Temporal Lobes D. Occipital Lobes E. Parietal Lobes F. Plasticity X. Cerebral Lobes Divisions A. Sensory Cortex B. Motor Cortex C. Association Areas XI. The Cerebral Hemispheres A. Left Hemisphere Larger, More Gray Matter B. The Corpus Callosum. C. Speech Production D. Right Hemisphere Responsibilities XII. Chemistry and Psychology See Neurotransmitters Page A. Acetylcholine (ACh) B. Norepinephrine C. Serotonin D. Dopamine E. GABA F. Glutamate G. Endorphins H. Psychoactive Drugs XIII. Endocrine Systems A. Some Chemicals Serve a Dual Function B. Cells with Hormone Receptors C. Pattern of Hormone Release D. Examples of Hormone Action...
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course PSYCH 201S taught by Professor M.hixon during the Spring '08 term at Old Dominion.

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Outline3 - C The Amygdala and Hippocampus D The Limbic System E The Basal Ganglia IX The Cerebral Cortex A Cerebral Hemispheres B Frontal Lobes C

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