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Review of Lecture #8 & #9 for Quiz #2

by: Marcia Maxson

Review of Lecture #8 & #9 for Quiz #2 Psyc 2220

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Review for Quiz #2 on 9/29/16
Biological Basis of Behavior
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Date Created: 09/28/16
Review Lecture #8 Quiz #2 Wednesday, September 28, 2016 9:21 PM Know how to label all neuroanatomical reference points on alligator & human: Dorsal, Rostral/Anterior, Caudal/Posterior, & Ventral What is a nuclei? What is a ganglion? Nuclie- groups of cell bodies in CNS Gaglion- groups of cell bodies in PNS What is another name for a frontal section? Coronal or Transverse Know the plane(s) in the brain: Left ear - left eye What are the order of the meninges from the outside-in (skull to brain)? Left ear- right eye Dura mater, arachnoid membrane, sub-arachnoid space, pia matter Where is the choroid plexus located, and what does it do? Eye is SUPIEIOR to Nose Nose is INFERIOR to EYE Lateral, 3 , and 4 ; it makes CSF(in Central Nervous System) What are two functions of the cerebral spinal fluid (CSF)? 1) Cushions brain from skull 2) helps clear waste products from the brain The cerebral aqueduct contains cerebral spinal fluid and separates theThird ventricle from the Fourth ventricle. The front of the human brain is Rostral relative to the back. Your left ear is ipsilateral to your right hand. FALSE Your ears are Lateral relative to your nose. Cutting the brain along the midline of the sagittal plane results in a midsagittal section. TRUE The special tissue in the ventricular system that produces cerebral spinal fluid is called thechoroid plexus Removal of cerebral spinal fluid might result in damage to the brain after sudden head movement Gyrus- A convolution in the cortex of the cerebral hemispheres, separated by sulci or fissure What is not a component of the peripheral nervous system? spinal cord, cranial nerves, spinal nerves, peripheral ganglia Between what 2 layers of the meninges does the CSF circulate around the brain, and what is the name of this space? Dura & Pia, sub-arachnid space Meninges- Coverings of the brain/they protect the brain Know how to real and label Anterior / posterior: 7 Medial / lateral: Dorsal / ventral: 4 Bregma: -3.60 Tough Mother CSF is INSIDE the blood brain barrier Obstructive hydrocephalus- a condition enlarging some or all of the brains Soft Mother Study Guides Page 1 Tough Mother CSF is INSIDE the blood brain barrier Obstructive hydrocephalus- a condition Soft Mother enlarging some or all of the brains caused by some visible ventricle it is blockage in the flow of cerebrospinal fluid. Be able to label: Study Guides Page 2 Review Lecture #9 Quiz #2 Wednesday, September 28, 2016 10:01 PM Know the 4 lobes in the brain- What is the difference between a sulcus and a fissure? Sulcus- a groove, SMALLER than a fissure, in the service of the cerebral cortex Fissure-a MAJOR groove in the surface of the brain, LARGER than a sulcus What is a split brain operation? What gets cut? By cutting the corpus collosum, it separating communication between two hemispheres Name the 6 primary cortices and their functions: What is another name for the precentral gyrus? *Primary Motor Cortex-motor functions/muscle movements Primary motor cortex *Primary Somatosensory- receive & interpret most of the human sense of touch *Primary Visual Cortex- vision What separates the precentral gyrus from the postcentral *Primary Auditory Cortex- hearing gyrus? Central Sulcus *Insular Cortex- scent Other than primary cortices, *Olfactory Cortex- primary sensory areas receive input directly from sense organs the cortex consists of Motor cortex. Bregma- zero (0) on top of skull CSF= sugar + ions + amino acids Ventricel systems- contains and makes CSF Stereotaxic Coordinates map location on brains Cortex-"bark" outer layer of brain Corpus Collosum-shares Left=Language Right= spatial conjunction information with both Speech Facial recognition sides of the brain Reading Sense of direction writing Musical recognition Emotionalstate Study Guides Page 1 Study Guides Page 2


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