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Unformatted text preview: x--the hmmer hits and stretches the tendon and pulls on the
muscle ﬁbers causing a muscle spasm. muscle spindles detect muscle stretch!!!!!!
konw the patellar reﬂex in great detail!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Monosynaptic Reflex Polysynaptic Reflex monosynaptic--fast reﬂexes-- only one synapse for movement
withdraw relfex--touch somthing hot. is a monosynaptic 8 7/4/12 Cerebral Cortex
Brodmann’s areas (1909) broadmanns areas!!!-Primary motor cortex---motor function eminates from Studied the structure and cellular composition of the
cerebral cortex. Identified 52 distinct areas Neural Organization homuclulous---the man--thats how much neural tissue is devoted to each
part of the human body. Topographic maps of information are maintained through
out the nervous system. the hands have more nural tissue than our trunk. Plasticity within the organization… plasticity-- the brain can remap itself-- you can remap your
brain in a matter of hours. plasticity!!!!--the brain can adapt-- it can reorganize shit to
better at using what you got. 9 7/4/12 plasticity is experince dependant!!!!!!!!! know this man!!!!!!! Plasticity within the organization… Plasticity is experience dependent and is thought to be the
neurophysiological mechanism that underlies learning 10...
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