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Biological Bases of Behavior

by: Miss Mellie O'Conner

Biological Bases of Behavior PSY 853

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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Miss Mellie O'Conner on Sunday October 11, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to PSY 853 at Eastern Kentucky University taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 28 views. For similar materials see /class/221436/psy-853-eastern-kentucky-university in Psychlogy at Eastern Kentucky University.


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Date Created: 10/11/15
Chapter 2 Reading Guide PSY 853 Biological Basis of Behavior Connections 1 Summarize the current status of research in brain tissue transplantation 2 How many transplants have been done on humans at the time the book was written Emergence of the Brain 3 During the time of Hippocrates which organ was believed to control the body 4 5 6 7 8 9 a c d e f g Hippocrates disagreed Which organ did Hippocrates believe controls us Approximately when range of years did Hippocrates develop this hypothesis What was the big limitation that Hippocrates faced Where did Hippocrates get his data Identify experiment For each of the following individuals list their greatest contribution Descartes Thomas Willis Paul Broca Golgi Caj al Sherrington Adrian 10 Describe Loewi s experiment in your own words What did it prove 11 Who wrote Malleus male carum see Box 21 12 During the dark ages what was the dominant theory of the cause of mental illness 13 What was Kubie s contribution 14 What happened to Kubie s report Biological Therapies 15 Who developed coma therapy 16 Who developed ECT 17 List three of the oldest drugs to be used in treatment of psychological disorders 18 Identify trepanning Therapeutic Environment 19 When Pinel took over Bicetre hospice he took radical action What did he do What was the rationale underlying this step 20 For each of the following individuals what was their greatest contribution a 9amp9 Pavlov J B Watson Mary Cover Jones Albert Bandura Julian Rotter


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