Ch. 4 (continued)
Sites of Drug Actions
Two Generalized Actions
1. Agonist: A drug that facilitates the effects of a particular neurotransmitter on the post-synaptic cell. Neurotransmitter Agonist Neurotransmitter Agonist EPSP Mor
What is sleep?
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Stages of Sleep
Non-REM sleep REM (Rapid Eye Movement) sleep
The Auditory System
What you should know about Audition
1) How sound is created and the physical properties of sound 2) The main auditory pathway and connections 3) Anatomy of the ear, cochlea, and organ of corti 4) How transduction of sound o
Techniques in Physiological Psychology
Know All Definitions In Lower Right Corner of Book and
Purpose of a technique (why is the technique used)? Method to accomplish goals (be able to describe the procedure).
Methods and Strategies of Res
What is Psychopharmacology?
Psychopharmacology: The study of the effects of drugs on the nervous system and behavior.
What is a drug ?
What is a drug ?
Are these drugs ?
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Ch 2 CELLS OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM Continued
What Causes the Membrane Potential?
+ve charge outside and ve charge inside Large molecules carry a negative charge and never leave the neuron More Na+ ion outside more K+ ion inside as a protein called th
CELLS OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM Ch 2
The Nervous System (NS)
Two parts 1. Central Nervous System (CNS) Comprised of the brain and spinal cord Encased within the skull and spinal column 2. Peripheral Nervous System (PNS) Comprised of nerve tissue loca
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