11 October 2016
Chapter 10 Preflight
In chapter ten of the book I expect to learn about vision and visual perception. I
hope to learn about what brain areas are associated with the visual pathway and how they
work. I ho
Before I started this chapter I expected to learn the different ways to of doing research in the bio
psychology field. I was reading at the same time the information for the other assignments, so I also
expected to be related to ethical issues i
Before I started to read this chapter I was expecting, to learn the organization of every part of the brain.
The different systems and their divisions. Just like chapter 2 I thought it was not going to be easy since I
looked at the length of the
When I looked at chapter 2 name, I thought it is not an easy chapter. Knowing the communications of
the nervous system is something very essential to understand how the brain works. Therefore my
expectations were high in learning many details ab
Lissencephalic : Smooth Brained
Central Nervous System: includes the brain and the spinal cord
Nerve: a neuron is a single neural cell, a nerve is a bundle of axons running together like multi
wire cable, however the term nerve is used only i
When I looked at chapter 5, and I see Drugs, addiction and reward, the first thing that comes to my mind
what are the different types of drugs that cause more addiction in the brain system, and also how this
substances work, what is inside this
Eyes are related with the amygdala (experiment did not work) refuse the
right temporal parietal junction was he tenf to kill or it was a reflect.
The psychopath made the decision with
But not with emotions. the limbic syste
Reading Chapter 1
I took a similar course at another institution. So I had an Idea that the first chapter was going to be. I was
expecting to learn most of the historical aspects of Bio Psychology and the general materials of the
course and from chapter n
Receptor: Is as cell, often a specialized neuron that is suited by its structure and function to
respond to a particular form of energy, such as sound.
Adequate Stimulus: is the energy form for which the receptor is specialized.
Sensation: The a