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PSY 315 Exam 2 Study Guide

by: Allison Raymond

PSY 315 Exam 2 Study Guide PSY 315 - M001

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This study guide contains the completed workbook pages from the course manual as well as images from the textbook, and the specific topics that will be on each question of the exam. Topics include:...
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This 26 page Study Guide was uploaded by Allison Raymond on Saturday February 27, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to PSY 315 - M001 at Syracuse University taught by T. Palfai in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 383 views. For similar materials see Drugs and Human Behavior in Psychlogy at Syracuse University.


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Date Created: 02/27/16
ACh Synapse DA Synapse NE Synapse 5-HT Synapse GABA Synapse GABA Receptors EXAM QUESTIONS 1. Properties of resting membrane potential 28. Otology 2. Neurotransmitters in general 29. role of GABA 3. Action potential 30. article Kalata 4. Action potential 5. Division of autonomic nervous system 31. article Kalata 32. given drug x and y, what will effect be 6. Sympathetic v. parasympathetic ns 33. different criteria for neurons 7. Different types of receptors 34. given drug x and y, what will effect be 8. Epinephrine in the brain (role) 35. neurologic receptors 9. Difference sematic and autonomic 36. brain structure and function 10. Sympathetic v. parasympathetic in chemistry 11. Function of sympathetic v. parasympathetic 37. difference slow and fast GABA uptake 38. other article 12. Types of ACl Receptors 39. other article 13. Substancia niagra 40. given drug x and y, what will effect be 14. Basil ganglia 41. given drug x and y, what will effect be 15. Cerebellum 42. glutamate 16. Medulla 17. mid brain 43. glutamate 44. AMPA and NMDP receptors 18. cortex (different lobes) 45. nucleus accombance 19. antagonist and agonists for systems 46. ACl antagonists 20. combination of drug effects 47. AMPA receptor 21. LSD 48. If I inject drug x into site, what will happen 22. Cocaine 49. Termination for transmitters 23. “ 50. Termination for transmitters 24. Different types of anergeric receptors 51. Termination for transmitters 25. Enzymes breaking down neurotransmitters 52. Antagonists of ACl receptors 26. Antagonists of c. system 53. GABA 27. Drug x and drug y produce y


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