Famous Studies: don't need semantic cue


Biological Basis of Behavior 8-10%

Terminology Famous Studies: don’t need semantic cue Nature vs. Nurture Biopsychology/Neuroscience Neuron Brain Plasticity The Brain Phineas Gage Gazzaniga HM Clive Wearing Eugene Pauly Joe Cerebral Cortex Hindbrain Cerebellum Medulla Oblongata Pons Midbrain Reticular formation Forebrain Amygdala Hippocampus Hypothalamus Thalamus Limbic System Lateralization Corpus callosum Frontal Lobes Parietal Lobes Occipital Lobes Temporal Lobes Broca’s Area Wernicke’s Area The Neuron : Soma (Cell Body) Dendrite Axon Myelin Sheath Synapse Terminal Button/Axon Terminal Neurotransmitters Resting Potential Absolute Threshold Action Potential All or None Endocrine System Hypothalamus Pituitary Glands Adrenal Glands Thyroid Glands Gonads Neural Transmitters Acetylcholine Serotonin Dopamine Norepinephrine Endorphins GABA Knowing the Brain ( Don’t need semantic cue) Lesioning EEG CT MRI fMRI PET Nervous System Afferent/Sensory Neurons Efferent/Motor Neurons Inter Neurons CNS Peripheral NS Somatic Autonomic Sympathetic Parasympathetic Semantic Clues

In this unit, it is essential for you to create semantic cues for the terms. Hints: For the Neuron section – label a neuron on each card. Neural Transmitters- explain what an excess or deficit does or what drugs mimic or stop transmission. NS – explain effects/roles of each. CC – label brain. EC – effects of glands. Brain – great mnemonics