Psychology in Action

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Neuroanatomical, Neurophysiological and Neuropsychological Terminology This table lists the original Greek and Latin meanings of neuroscience words. Most of the words are neuroanatomical terms, but neurological symptoms and disorders are also included. Drugs and the Nervous System Basic description of how drugs produce their effects on neurons and an explanation of each of the major types of drugs work. American Psychological Association If you ever wondered what professional psychology is really about, visit APA's PsychNET, the main World Wide Web site of the largest psychological association in the world. You can read the Monitor, the APA monthly newsletter, and look at the classified ads for jobs in psychology. You can also visit the home pages of many of the 49 divisions of APA from here. Selected Psychology Mega-Sites and Indexes Extensive mega-site at the University of Chicago of data bases, websites, and resources in psychology. S uggested F ilms and V ideos Instructor's Resource Guide Chapter 2 Page 66
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The Physiology of Behavior Films for the Humanities and Science, 1993. 60 minutes. This video (also available as a videodisk) includes segments covering recent research on addiction, development of the human brain, dreams, genetic testing, memory, and others. You can easily play only those segments you want. Evolution Discovery Channel, 1994. 45 minutes. This segment from "The Brain: Our Hidden Universe" explores the evolutionary development of the brain and provides wonderful graphics depicting neural transmission. Nerves Insight Media, 1992. 24 minutes. This BBC presentation uses animation to demonstrate the development and propagation of an action potential. Synaptic transmission, transmitters, agonists, and antagonists are also discussed. Disorders such as Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, depression, and anxiety are considered. Inside Information: The Brain and How It Works Films for Humanities and Science,1991. 58 minutes. This video explores the latest research about the brain's processes. It is visually memorable and packed with information. The Responsive Brain Annenberg/CPB, 1990. 30 minutes. From Zimbardo's "Discovering Psychology" series, this video examines how the brain analyzes environmental information and controls behavior. It explores the relationship between structure and function. There is good use of human (maternal and touch studies) and animal (enriched environment studies) research to support the contention that environment influences brain development. The Behaving Brain Annenberg/CPB, 1990. 30 minutes. This segment of Zimbardo's "Discovering Psychology" series explores the process of neural communication through the action of several neurotransmitters in the formation of an action potential. Additionally, the overall structure of the brain is discussed, and its specialization features are explained.
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