Intro to psych 102
Intro to psych 102 PSYCH 102
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Autumn Francois on Monday March 7, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to PSYCH 102 at University of Wisconsin Green Bay taught by Dennis N. Lorenz in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 15 views. For similar materials see Introductory Psychology in Psychlogy at University of Wisconsin Green Bay.
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Date Created: 03/07/16
Intro to psych Nervous system D. Lorenz Nervous System Central Nervous Peripheral nervous system system Brain Spinal Somatic Autonomic cord Nervous nervous system system Parasympathetic Sympathetic division Division Nervous System Central Nervous system o Brain o Spinal Cord Peripheral Nervous system o Somatic NS o Autonomic NS Sympathetic NS: Fight or Flight Response Parasympathetic NS: Relaxation Nature’s Experiments Medical cases Phineas Gage o RR foreman 1848 o Tamping iron through the frontal lobe o Physical changes o Mental changes Phineas Gage o Died 12 years after 1860 o Skull at Harvard museum Surgeries on the Brain Lobotomy o Preformed in 1940-1950s o Outpatient basis o Ice pick o Patient Types: schizophrenics ect. o Purpose: alleviate anxiety, aggression o Nobel Prize to Dr. Egas Moniz o Results: flat affect, loss of memories, social ineptitude, impulsiveness, failure to recognize consequences of behaviors o Lobotomies (psycho surgeries) stopped: generally poor results (40,000 patients) new meds. o Technique no longer used, BUT the problem continues Brain probing o Many brain surgeries Local anesthetic o Wilder Penfield 1891-1976 o Country: Canada o Patients: epilepsy o Stimulate small areas o Recorded results
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