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Where are mirror neurons located?

Where are mirror neurons located?

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School: University of Colorado Denver
Department: Psychology
Course: Introduction to Psychology
Professor: Alex northcutt
Term: Fall 2016
Tags: Psychology
Cost: 25
Name: 10/10 Intro to Psych Review Notes
Description: These notes cover some material not discussed in class before, terms to review and where the blind spot is located.
Uploaded: 10/10/2016
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Intro to Psych Exam 2 Review Notes October 10, 2016


Mirror neurons are located in?



Premack’s Principle: the relative theory of reinforcement -You could use this to help overcome procrastination

The three body senses

Somatosensory

Proprioception

Vestibular

Mirror neurons are located in prefrontal cortex

Myoclonic jerks occur in the first stage of sleep

Bottom-up processing: Take in stimuli anIf you want to learn more check out Where do sex roles come from?
d build the whole from the  stimuli

The area of the brain activated in operant conditioning: the reward  center

Neurocognitive dreams: the complexity of dreams depends on  complex thinking

Place theory: different parts of the basilar membrane hear different  frequencies, low and high


What are the three body senses?




What is premack’s principle?



Don't forget about the age old question of What is the policy? what is ag policy?
We also discuss several other topics like What are the five categories of carcinogenic events?

Tolman and Honzik performed rat experiments through latent  learning (learning by watching).  If you want to learn more check out Define criminal law.
We also discuss several other topics like What is mechanical weathering?
Don't forget about the age old question of What is the type of theories focused on the aetiology of crime?

Negative punishment is taking away a stimulus that the organism  wants

In a token economy, there is primary and secondary reinforcement.  An organism gets a token/reward for something and can trade it in for  something better.

**The blind spot is located on the optic disc in the retina where the  optic nerve passes through the disc. There is an absence of  photoreceptor cells here where no light is detected.

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