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Transcript
Quiz
Chapter 3
Brain
Neural Communication
Dr Myer
 How do scientists learn about the inner workings of the human brain?
 Who is Phinneas Gage? How is what happened to him significant for neuroscience?
 You will need to know the structures and their functions of the brain as discussed in the video.
What study methods will you use to remember this information?
 What functions is the Central Nervous System responsible for?
 What functions is the Peripheral Nervous System responsible for?
 What are two reasons that you need to know this information for a psychology class?
 What functions is the brain stem responsible for?
 What is the cortex responsible for?
 What are the four lobes in the cortex?
 What is the frontal lobe responsible for? The parietal lobe? The temporal lobe? The occipital
lobe?
 What is an experience-dependent brain? What is plasticity?
 What is an experience-expectant brain?
 What are two types of brain injury?
 Can your brain be injured due to medications or illegal drug use?
Neural Communication
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What are neurons?
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What are Glia cells?
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What are the four parts of the neuron?
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What do each of these four parts do?
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Draw a picture of a neuron. Please label each part.
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What is an action potential?
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What are the chemicals called that move across the neural membrane? Name two.
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When does an action potential take place in electrical neural communication?
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What is a synapse?
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Where is it located?
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What does a synapse do?
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What is a neurotransmitter? Please name two neurotransmitters.
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Please explain chemical neural communication.
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What are excitatory responses?
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What are inhibitory responses?