Week 4, Lecture 1 (08/30) - Includes Prof's 'exam review'
Week 4, Lecture 1 (08/30) - Includes Prof's 'exam review' 4100
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This 5 page Class Notes was uploaded by Leslea Motley on Monday August 29, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 4100 at University of Georgia taught by Kara Dyckman in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 2 views. For similar materials see Cognitive Psychology in Psychology (PSYC) at University of Georgia.
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Date Created: 08/29/16
8/31/16 3:00:00 PM FROM LAST CLASS ACTIVITY (08/25) How It Works Relate to AP Advantages Disadvantages fMRI Measuring blood Surrogate signal; neurons fire Good spatial Timing resolution, oxygenation à blood flow resolution (has bad temporal millimeter resolution; requires resolution so can special room determine which because of magnetic general area the field action takes place) EEG/ERPs Electrodes placed on Post-synaptic potential on Very good Poor spatial scalp, dendrites (records the effect or temporal resolution, recording A continuous recording, result of the action potential) resolution, can from scalp, 2D EEG’s used for this in present a stimulus coverage, so cannot sleep studies; ERPs are and observe determine exact more commonly used for changing electrical location of signal, research purposes signal milliseconds and signal gets later; does not have smeared and not to be kept in a sure if its near specific room electrode or deeper in brain TMS Magnetic field to inhibit Take magnetic field – induce Gives you different More invasive than specific area of brain it inside brain causing electric types of other tests stimulation; Induces current information, can and excites neurons, the help determine neurons fire an AP period of ‘cause & effect’ inhibition – tells us if part of the brain being stimulated is necessary for the certain task • fMRI: • EEG/ERP’s: How EEG’s work: How ERP’s work with EEG: • TMS: *Potential treatment for depression, research done at Emory for this. • Activity • Exam o Skip section 1.6 reading o 40 questions, short essay questions, couple diagrams to draw and label o Know basic brain anatomy – lobes and their general specialization 8/31/16 3:00:00 PM 8/31/16 3:00:00 PM
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