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Date Created: 02/18/15
Topics on P101 Exam 2 Chapter 2 The Brain Divisions in the nervous system just the divisions Neurons and glial cells parts of a neuron Resting potential and action potential just the basics Electrochemical communication Synapse and neurotransmitters Basic neurotransmitters acetylcholine GABA Norepinephrine Dopamine Serotonin Endorphins Difference between agonist and antagonist The ways we study the brain Main parts of the brain and their functions thalamus hypothalamus reticular formation medulla pons cerebellum hippocampus amygdala cerebral cortex Lobes of the brain frontal parietal occipital temporal and their main functions Corpus callosum Basic parts of the endocrine system and what they do Basics of DNA difference between DNA chromosomes genes Chapter 3 Sensation and Perception Indirect sensation sensation and perception as 2 separate processes Direct perception sensation and perception as one process Difference between Topdown and Bottomup processing The senses 3 ways of receiving sensory information photo chemo mechanoreception Thresholds absolute and difference also Weber s law Attention selective shiftable Perceptual Set Light waves amplitude and frequency and what they signal Basic structure of the eye and their functions cornea Iris pupil lens sclera retina fovea optic nerve macula blind spot Rods and cones Sounds waves amplitude and frequency and what they signal Parts of the ear Inner Middle Outer and the parts of the ear in each Functions of basic parts of the ear slide 40 in chapter 3 PPT Skin senses touch temperature and pain Taste sensations sweet salty bitter sour umami Chemical senses nose and taste Do not need to know the parts of the tongue or nose Do not need to know kinesthetic or vestibular senses Please remember to bring a pencil to class the scanners cannot read pen If you forget a pencil you can quotpurchase one for 10 points It will be yours to keep forever
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