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How does ecg measure cardiac activity?

How does ecg measure cardiac activity?

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Exam 1 study guide


How does ecg measure cardiac activity?



Key terms to know: 

ELECTRODERMAL ACTIVITY

Electrodermal activity (EDA)-  

Skin conductance -  

Skin conductance response

Skin resistance response- Skin resistance level -

Skin potential -  

Skin potential level

Anatomy of the skin (layers of the skin, and layers of the epidermis) - Types of sweat glands

Central and peripheral nervous system

Thermoregulation

Galvanometers

anxiety disorders

unconscious recognition of faces

Alcohol/cocaine influence on EDA

Polygraph

behavioral investigation

psychopaths and polygraphs


How does the heart maintain its electrical activity?



schizophrenics polygraph’s

CARDIOVASCULAR ACTIVITY

measuring cardiovascular activity -

clinical practice

Anatomy of the cardiovascular system (the pathway blood travels through the body  to the brain). -

How does the heart maintain its electrical activity.-

Cardiac control regulation (by internal and external factors)-

Steps of a single heart beat-

 ECG (EKG) (how does it measure cardiac activity?)-

Respiratory sinus arrhythmia? -

Vagal tones relation to depression

Relationship between RSA and heart rate and attention in fetuses, infants, and  adults

Heart rate and cognition and memory.-

Transcendental meditation


What is electrical activity in the brain?



Relationship between subjective fear and heart-rate. -

Biofeedback -

ELECTRICAL ACTIVITY OF THE BRAIN

Electrical and chemical activity within the nervous system

Electrical activity of the brain and the EEG We also discuss several other topics like What is the ultimate goal of strategic communication?

Conducting an EEG experiment.-

Frequency and amplitude of the following brain waves and what states of behavior are they associated with? – alpha, beta, delta, theta, lambda, mu, gamma, kappa.-

Mental functions associated with increased alpha

Disorders associated with aberrant or decreases in beta activity Prominent delta activity

The different roles theta plays in sleep, cognition, and emotion.- Coherence as it relates to EEG

EEG and memory

Localization of function

EEG asymmetry

Neural plasticity

Smiling by brain waves

Biofeedback

Neurofeedback

EEG asymmetry and depression

Neurofeedback treatment of depression

Generalized seizures -

grand mal - We also discuss several other topics like How are the rules of trigonometry applied?
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partial seizures -

simple partial seizure -

complex seizure

partial seizure -

petit seizure

mal seizures We also discuss several other topics like How to calculate chained or chain­weighted gdp?
We also discuss several other topics like How does plasma membrane link adjacent cells together?

status epilepticus

EEG activity associated with a seizure psychogenic non-epileptic seizure-

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