SECTION D FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE
Group 1 - Non-Visual Senses
1. Taste buds are on the tongue in papillae (small protuberances). They are
2. There are five basic types of taste:
SECTION C FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE
Olfactory receptors in the Olfactory Epithelium
Odor molecule activates the G-protein, which ultimately leads to the opening
of Sodium ion channels and the depolarizat
The cortex controls voluntary movement.
The brain is organized into a number of "higher" areas that are involved in the preprogramming,
programming and execution of voluntary movement.
Programming voluntary movement.
Neural events leading to
Study Questions for Weeks 8 and 9 (Winter 2015)
1. What is rationality? What are its different types, and what sorts of
conclusions do they relate to? You should be able to give examples of rules
that it is (supposedly) rational to follow (and irrational