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1. Discuss the role of the cerebellum and the reticular formation in the control of movement. 2….

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1. Describe the anatomy of the visual association cortex and discuss the location and functions of..

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1. Describe the peripheral nervous system, including the two divisions of the autonomic nervous…

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1. Describe the use of subjects with brain damage in the study of language and explain the concept..

1.       Describe the use of subjects with brain damage in the study of language and explain the concept of lateralization. 2.       Describe Broca’s aphasia and the three major speech deficits that result from damage to Broca’s area: agrammatism, anomia, and articulation difficulties.

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1. Describe the effects of drugs on neurotransmitters and presynaptic and postsynaptic receptors. 2.

1.       Describe the effects of drugs on neurotransmitters and presynaptic and postsynaptic receptors. 2.       Review the general role of neurotransmitters and neuromodulators and describe the acetylcholinergic pathways in the brain and the drugs that affect these neurons.

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1. Discuss how neurons in the striate cortex respond to retinal disparity and color and describe the

1.       Discuss how neurons in the striate cortex respond to retinal disparity and color and describe the modular organization of striate cortex. 2.       Describe the anatomy of the visual association cortex and discuss the location and functions of the two streams of visual analysis that take place there.

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1. Name and describe the parts of a neuron and explain their functions. 2. Describe the supporting..

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1. Discuss the causes, symptoms, and available treatments for the degeneration of the basal ganglia.

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1. Describe the role of pheromones in reproductive and sexual behavior. 2. Discuss the activational.

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1. Discuss research techniques to identify genetic factors that may influence behavior. 2. Describe.

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1. Discuss the physiological factors that may contribute to obesity. 2. Discuss some surgical,…

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1. Describe circadian rhythms and discuss research on the role of the suprachiasmatic nucleus in the

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1. Discuss the behavioral, autonomic, and hormonal components of an emotional response and the role.

1.       Discuss the behavioral, autonomic, and hormonal components of an emotional response and the role of the amygdala in controlling them. 2.       Discuss the nature, functions, and neural control of aggressive behavior. 3.       Discuss the role of the ventral prefrontal cortex in the analysis of social situations and the effects of damage to this region.

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1. Describe the monoaminergic pathways in the brain and the drugs that affect these neurons. 2….

1.        Describe the monoaminergic pathways in the brain and the drugs that affect these neurons. 2.        Review the role of neurons that release amino acid neurotransmitters and describe drugs that affect these neurons. 3.        Describe the effects of peptides, lipids, nucleosides, and soluble gases released by neurons.

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1. Describe the telencephalon, one of the two major structures of the forebrain. 2. Describe the two

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1. Discuss the neural control of male sexual behavior. 2. Discuss the neural control of female…

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1. Describe the symptoms of Wernicke’s aphasia, pure word deafness, and transcortical sensory…

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1. Discuss the neural control of thirst. 2. Describe the characteristics of the two nutrient…

1.       Discuss the neural control of thirst. 2.       Describe the characteristics of the two nutrient reservoirs and the absorptive and fasting phases of metabolism. 3.       Discuss social and environmental factors that begin a meal and stomach and environmental hunger signals.

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1. Describe how neurons in the dorsal stream respond to movement and location and discuss the…

1.       Describe how neurons in the dorsal stream respond to movement and location and discuss the effects of brain damage on perception of these features. 2.        Describe the characteristics of light and color, outline the anatomy of the eye and its connections with the brain, and describe the transduction of visual information.

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1. Explain the role of circadian and seasonal rhythms in affective disorders: the effects of REM…

1.       Explain the role of circadian and seasonal rhythms in affective disorders: the effects of REM sleep deprivation, slow-wave sleep deprivation, total sleep deprivation, and seasonal affective disorder. 2.       Describe the symptoms and possible causes of panic disorder.

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