Lab 1: Homeostasis and Fundamental Cell Physiology
1. What is physiology?
2. What is the difference between anatomy and physiology?
3. What is homeostasis?
4. What are the basic components of the control systems of homeostasis?
5. What is positive feedbac
Study Guide for Exam 1
This study guide is intended to guide you in the right direction. It covers the major concepts
that you will need to know, but will likely not cover everything. You will have to utilize the
PowerPoint slides and your no
Practice Exam 2
1.) Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of the dorsal column system?
a) third order neurons ascend to somatosensory cortex
b) axons of primary afferent neurons ascend to the contralateral midbrain
c) second order neurons ascend
Physiological Psych Lecture 1/27
The pons is located (immediately ventral to the cerebellum)
o The only thing beneath the hypothalamus s the pituitary gland or the
roof of the mouth
o The spinal cord is caudal to the medulla
o The nose and fore