lll. Types of empirical relationships in Cognitive Science
The IV is a stimulus variable that is under the experimenter’s control.
i.e., the experimenter manipulates levels of the IV.
A control condition is included to permit a baseline aga
Lecture 16 Study Qs
1. Why does light lead the hyperpolarization of rods and cones? What is the dark current
and what causes it?
2. A). Outline the signal transduction pathway that leads from light interaction with
rhodopsin to detection of light
NROS 310 Lec 30 Study Qs
1. Describe how intermediate filaments are generated. Why is there
no polarity associated with intermediate filaments?
Intermediate filaments are very rope-like in structure. Protofilaments join
together to form a protofibril, whi
Study Questions NROS 307 Lec 34
1. Describe the training protocol and outline the neuronal circuitry and signal transduction
pathways that lead to classical conditioning in Aplysia californica. Include the molecular
targets of the signal transduction path
1. Why are focal adhesions more common in moving cells and
hemidesmosomes more common in stationary epithelial cells?
Focal adhesions are common in moving cells because they're made up of actin
and are able to easily to be broken down.