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Physiological Psychology

by: Miss Mellie O'Conner

Physiological Psychology PSY 311

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This 3 page Study Guide was uploaded by Miss Mellie O'Conner on Sunday October 11, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to PSY 311 at Eastern Kentucky University taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 27 views. For similar materials see /class/221435/psy-311-eastern-kentucky-university in Psychlogy at Eastern Kentucky University.


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Date Created: 10/11/15
Study Guide Psy 311 MidTerm Chapters 1 5 and 8 Instructions Prepare a ash card on each of the following items Chapter 1 Identify generalization reducti on model Chapter 2 Identify sensory neuron notor neuron interneuron multipolar neuron bipolar neuron unipolar neuron mitochondrion adenosine triphosphate AT P nucleus chromosome deoxyriboneucleic acid DNA gene axoplasmic transport microglia blood brain barrier depolarization hyperpolarization saltatory conduction ligand presynaptic membrane postsynaptic membrane ionotropic receptor metabotropic rece tor excitatory postsynaptic potential inhibitory postsynaptic potential doctrine of specific nerve energies functi onali sm mutati on selective advantage neoteny reuptake enzymatic deactivation neural integration hormone endocrine gland semipermeable membrane electrostatic pressure force of diffusion sodium potassium transporter resting potential threshold voltage dependent ion channel action potential alliorinone terminal buttons synaptic vesicles neurotransmitter graded potential spatial summation temporal summation Be able to label the parts ofa neuron as follows see gure 21 and 27 Dendrite Soma or Cell Body Axon terminal buttons Node of Ranvier Myelin Sheath Chapter 3 Identify meminges dura mater arachnoid membrane 0 pia mater subarachnoid space 0 cerebrospinal uid 0 ventricle cerebral aqueduct choroid plexus founder cell 0 apoptosis 0 forebrain cerebral hemisphere 0 s cus fissure gyrus corpus callosum spinal nerve afferent axon dorsal root ganglion efferent axon cranial nerve vagus nerve somatic nervous system 0 autonomic nervous system ANS sympathetic division 0 parasympathetic division Chapter 4 Identify psychopharmacology pharmacokinetics intravenous IV injection intraperitoneal 1P injection intramuscular 1M injection subcutaneous SC injection oral administration sublingual administration intrarectal administration inhalation topical administration Be able to identify the following on drawings similar to 31 and 32 0 neuraxis anterior posterior rostral caudal dorsal ventral lateral medial ipsilateral contralateral frontal section 0 coronal section 0 horizontal section 0 sagittal section For each of the following structures know the major division subdivision and primary function 0 Cerebral Cortex Basal Ganglia Limbic System 0 Thalamus Hypothalamus Tectum Tegmentum Cerebellum Pons Medulla Oblongata Withdrawal symptoms placebo antagonist agonist direct agonist direct antagonist indirect antagonist indirect agonist monoamine catecholamine monoamine oxidase MAO chlorpromazine benzodiazapine doseiresponse curve theraputic index tolerance sensiti zati on Chapter 5 Identify experimental ablation lesion study sham lesion stereotaxic surgery stereotaxic atlas fixative Chapter 8 Identify electromyogram EMG electroioculogram EOG alpha activity beta activity theta activity delta activity REM sleep noniREM sleep rebound phenomenon locus coeruleus Send comments to Steve Falkenberg Steve Falkenberg eku edu Copyright 2007 Steve Falkenberg anxi olyti c endogenous opioid enkephalin microtome computerized tomography magnetic resonance imaging microelectrode electroencephalogram EEG autoradiography positron emission tomography PET functional MRI fMRl raphe nuclei ventrolateral preoptic area medial pontine reticular formation MPRF sleep apnea narcolepsy cataplexy sleep paralysis REM Without atonia circadian rhythm zeitgeber suprachiasmatic nucleus SCN pineal gland melatonin


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