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Week 2 Notes

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Week 2 Notes TPSYCH101

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This 7 page Class Notes was uploaded by chuqian feng on Sunday October 18, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to TPSYCH101 at University of Washington taught by CHAFFEE,LEIGHANN in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 19 views. For similar materials see INTRO PSYCHOLOGY (I&S) in Art at University of Washington.


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Date Created: 10/18/15
TPSYCH 101 OCTO62015 Research Ethics Institutional Review Board IRB information should be sent to IRB and get permission before doing the experiments Voluntary Informed Consent Confidential First do no harm E g Tuskegee Syphilis Study bad blood Informed consent Violated 1947 Penicilin 1972 stop bc it s leaked to media IACUC Animal research Certain procedures Minimize discomfort Humane care TED TALK misleading data authority single empirical study limitations A do not communicated via media gold standard randomized Clinical trial RCT A only if methods are appropriate CHAP 2 BIOLOGY OF MIND Neurons cellinus dendrites receive information axon sends messages synapse intersection between neurons neurontransmitters messager of the Neuron System myelin fat that makes the signals go faster insulation of axon vastly greater transmission speed Action potential electrical charge Neural impulse that travels down the axon It is What cause the neurontransmitters to be sent out Reuptake neurontransmitters Will be recycle back from its sender 53 77mg i T j a HE 39E F L in g i I Oct 08 Brain amp Spinal Cord Organizationhow they build from the back to the front from inside to outside Last area to develop Prefrontal Cortex executive function Judgment planing thinking impulse control Medulla Heart rate and breathing Pons Coordinates movements Reticular Formation Arousal Alertness Thalamus Sensory switch board sends information to the cortexs Cerebellum Motor control integration muscle memory when you play sports you don t have to remember what you should do to play it after practice it for a while because your muscle have a memory on t hese movements Limbic System Motivated behaviors drives Flight Fight Fear Sex Hypothalamus governs endocrine system release hormone maintenance behaviors drink eat etc Amydala fear and aggressive Hippocampus the third area of the limbic system functions formation of new memory first part affected by Alzheimer s disease Cortex Unique in humans Ultimate area for control amp info Processing plasticity brain s ability to change neurogensis Divided Brain left and right hemisphere are separated 1eft right side of the body linear thoughts right left side of the bodycreative


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