MINDS & BRAINS
FINAL EXAM REVIEW
Mary ET Boyle, Ph.D. Department of Cognitive Science, UCSD
Final Exam Information
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Neural Basis of l i f Decision M ki i i Making
Mary ET Boyle, Ph D Boyle Ph.D. Department of Cognitive Science UCSD
Ph e G ge Phineas Gage:
Sept. 13, 1848 p Working on the rail road Rod impaled his head. 3.5 1.25 3 5' x 1 25" 13 pounds
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Robyn Elyse Sablove Cogs 11: Minds and Brains IA W10 email@example.com
How/WHY IS music significant?
Birds use songs in order to attract a mate.
Singing in order to attract a mate is hardwired into their nervous system. However, a bi
Animal Cognition l
Melissa Newton IA Cogs 11 IA Cogs 11 Winter `10
What is it? What is it?
The process by which animals acquire information from the environment, process it, and use it to generate flexible and complex behaviors
Qualia are the `raw feels' of conscious experience: the painfulness of pain, the redness of red. Qualia give human conscious experience the particular character that it has. For F instance, imagine a red square; d that conscious experience has (at least)