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Biological Bases of Behavior

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actionpotential brain region; contains medulla
adrenal nerve fibers that carry info away from CNS to periphery
thalamus transmits signal away from soma to other neurons
cerebrum sponging up of neurotransmitters from synapse
neuron shift in neuron electrical charge; travels along axon
soma nerve fibers that carry info to CNS from periphery
peripheral largest lobe in brain
neurotransmitters lobe; contains somatosensory cortex
petscan involved in emotion
broca produce 3-dimensional images (abbreviation)
myelinsheath destroying brain tissue
parietal neuron sending an impulse
prefrontalcortex glands that produce adrenaline
synapse nerve cell
reuptake examines blood flow/metabolic activity in brain (abbreviation/word)
limbicsystem controls unconscious vital functions
reticularformation neuron receiving an impulse
parasympathetic lobe; contains primary auditory cortex
pons refers to brains ability of neural reorganization
fightorflight gland that produces insulin
efferent small knob; contains neurotransmitters
mri weighs about 3 lbs.
ctscan weak electric current into brain to stimulate structure (abbreviation)
allornonelaw involved in sleep
frontal neuron either fires or does not fire
hindbrain cell body
hypothalamus controls balance
cerebellum type of PSP; positive voltage shift
pituitary includes 4 brain structures; regulates emotion, memory, motivation
axon recording electrodes attached to scalp (abbreviation)
corpuscallosum area responsible for language comprehension
inhibitory branch-like structure
tms chemicals released into synapse
presynaptic pea-sized gland; master gland
midbrain division of nervous system; nerves outside brain
wernicke type of PSP; negative voltage shift
hormones temporarily increases/decreases activity in specific area of brain (abbreviation)
sympathetic area responsible for speech production
eeg relay center; handles sensory info (except smell)
terminalbutton control higher order functions
esb physiological reaction to threat/stress
autonomic creates vivid images of horizontal slices of brain (abbreviation/word)
occipital division of ANS; activates body resources for emergencies
excitatory division of peripheral nervous system; controls automatic functions
postsynaptic involved in memory
pancreas gap between neurons
dendrites fluid that protects brain
cerebrospinalfluid brain region; contains reticular formation
temporal controls hunger, thirst, temperature
hippocampus controls sensory info, thinking, learning, emotion, consciousness, voluntary movement
brain insulating material
amygdala connects left hemisphere
afferent largest/complex brain region
plasticity chemical messengers of endocrine system
somatic involved in arousal, attention, sleep/wakefulness, reflexes
medulla lobe; contains primary visual cortex
forebrain division of ANS; conserves bodily resources
lesioning division of peripheral nervous system; connent to voluntary skeletal muscles

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