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Behavioral Neuroscience Questions

What is neruoplasticity and how is it related to brain behavior? Neruoplasticty is the brains ability to change and adapt. It allows us to learn from and adapt to different experiences
What are the major components of the Brain? cerebellum, cerebrum
Name the most popular methods used today to investigate the brain. CT, PET, MRI, fMRI, EEG, Case Study
Describe the neural signal relative to hyper-polarization and depolarization. Hyper-polarization neurons become more negatively charge while during depolarization neurons become less negatively charged
How are drugs related to neurotransmitters? Some drugs increase the effectiveness while others reduce the effectiveness of neurotransmitters
How are neurotransmitters related to neurons? The chemical substances that are stored in terminal buttons and released into the synapse between two neurons to carry signals from one neuron to the next
List some of the most abundant hormones in the Nervous System . Hypothalamus, Adrenal, and Gonads
Name the major endocrine glands. Pineal, Pancreas, Hypothalamus, Pituitary, Thyroid, Gonads, and Adrenal
List some of the most abundant neurotransmitters within the nervous system Dopamine, Serotonin, Actycholine, Glutamae, GABA, Norepinephrine
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