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these are proteins in the cell membrane that combine with a chemical transmitter, a hormone or a drug to alter the function of the cell
receptors
this is the intricate neural system that allows for communciation between hemishperes
corpus collisum
this part of the brain allows for insight
frontal lobe
this part of the brain collates memories stored in other parts of the brain
hypothalamus
this part of the brain receives impulses from the entire body and relays them to the cortex
RAS
this is the reward center of the brain
nucleus accumbens
the function of this part of the brain is to regulate emotions
lympic system
the function of this part of the brain is to think and plan
frontal lobe
this part of the brain coordinates skeletal muscles during movement
cerebellum
this part of the brain is involved with proprioception
parital lobe
this part of the brain is involve in hearing
temporal
this part ofthe brain is involved with production and analysis of speech
temporal
this is part of the brain is is involved with vision
occiptal
this is part of the brain inhibits primitive emotional responses
frontal lobe
this part of the brain receives and identifies sensory information
parital lobe
this serves to protect the brain from toxic chemicals and importing nutrients and exporting waste products
brain barrier
these take neurotransmitters back into the presynaptic terminal
neurotransporters
this term is used to descrive any substance that binds to receptors
ligands
this blocks the action of neurotransmitters at the receptors
anatonist
this is the grandparent of neurotransmitters and affect levels of norepinephine and epinephine
dopemine
an excess of this neurotransmitter causes anxiety, hyperalertness and paranoia
NE
a large excess of this neurotransmitter may cause hallucinations
serotonin
an excess of this neurotransmitter may cause self-consciousness, excessive inhibition, and anxiety
acetylcholine
an excess of this neurotransmitter may cause sedation
GABA
a mild deficit of this neurotransmitter may contribute to poor impulse control and no joy or anticipation of pleasure
dopemine
a deficit of the neurotransmitter may cause irritability, hostility, and aggression
serotonin
a deficit of the neurotransmitter may cause seizures
GABA
a deficit of this neurohomone may cause hypersensitivity to pain and an inability to experience pleasure
NE
these are regular fluctautions of physiologic factors over 24 hours
circadin rythms
this is remembering people, place and objects
declartive memory
this serves to protect the brain from toxic chemicals and importing nutrients and exporting waste products
brain barrier
this serves to protect the brain from toxic chemicals and importing nutrients and exporting waste products
brain barrier
these take neurotransmitters back into the presynaptic terminal
neurotransporters
this term is used to descrive any substance that binds to receptors
ligands
these take neurotransmitters back into the presynaptic terminal
neurotransporters
this term is used to descrive any substance that binds to receptors
ligands
this blocks the action of neurotransmitters at the receptors
anatonist
this is the grandparent of neurotransmitters and affect levels of norepinephine and epinephine
dopemine
this serves to protect the brain from toxic chemicals and importing nutrients and exporting waste products
brain barrier
these take neurotransmitters back into the presynaptic terminal
neurotransporters
this term is used to descrive any substance that binds to receptors
ligands
this blocks the action of neurotransmitters at the receptors
anatonist
this is the grandparent of neurotransmitters and affect levels of norepinephine and epinephine
dopemine
an excess of this neurotransmitter causes anxiety, hyperalertness and paranoia
NE
this serves to protect the brain from toxic chemicals and importing nutrients and exporting waste products
brain barrier
a large excess of this neurotransmitter may cause hallucinations
serotonin
these take neurotransmitters back into the presynaptic terminal
neurotransporters
an excess of this neurotransmitter may cause self-consciousness, excessive inhibition, and anxiety
acetylcholine
this term is used to descrive any substance that binds to receptors
ligands
an excess of this neurotransmitter may cause sedation
GABA
a mild deficit of this neurotransmitter may contribute to poor impulse control and no joy or anticipation of pleasure
dopemine
a deficit of the neurotransmitter may cause irritability, hostility, and aggression
serotonin
a deficit of the neurotransmitter may cause seizures
GABA
a deficit of this neurohomone may cause hypersensitivity to pain and an inability to experience pleasure
NE
these are regular fluctautions of physiologic factors over 24 hours
circadin rythms
this is remembering people, place and objects
declartive memory
this blocks the action of neurotransmitters at the receptors
anatonist
this is the grandparent of neurotransmitters and affect levels of norepinephine and epinephine
dopemine
an excess of this neurotransmitter causes anxiety, hyperalertness and paranoia
NE
a large excess of this neurotransmitter may cause hallucinations
serotonin
an excess of this neurotransmitter may cause self-consciousness, excessive inhibition, and anxiety
acetylcholine
an excess of this neurotransmitter causes anxiety, hyperalertness and paranoia
NE
a large excess of this neurotransmitter may cause hallucinations
serotonin
an excess of this neurotransmitter may cause self-consciousness, excessive inhibition, and anxiety
acetylcholine
an excess of this neurotransmitter may cause sedation
GABA
a mild deficit of this neurotransmitter may contribute to poor impulse control and no joy or anticipation of pleasure
dopemine
a deficit of the neurotransmitter may cause irritability, hostility, and aggression
serotonin
this blocks the action of neurotransmitters at the receptors
anatonist
this is the grandparent of neurotransmitters and affect levels of norepinephine and epinephine
dopemine
an excess of this neurotransmitter causes anxiety, hyperalertness and paranoia
NE
a large excess of this neurotransmitter may cause hallucinations
serotonin
an excess of this neurotransmitter may cause self-consciousness, excessive inhibition, and anxiety
acetylcholine
an excess of this neurotransmitter may cause sedation
GABA
a mild deficit of this neurotransmitter may contribute to poor impulse control and no joy or anticipation of pleasure
dopemine
this serves to protect the brain from toxic chemicals and importing nutrients and exporting waste products
brain barrier
a deficit of the neurotransmitter may cause irritability, hostility, and aggression
serotonin
these take neurotransmitters back into the presynaptic terminal
neurotransporters
a deficit of the neurotransmitter may cause seizures
GABA
this term is used to descrive any substance that binds to receptors
ligands
a deficit of this neurohomone may cause hypersensitivity to pain and an inability to experience pleasure
NE
this blocks the action of neurotransmitters at the receptors
anatonist
an excess of this neurotransmitter may cause sedation
GABA
these are regular fluctautions of physiologic factors over 24 hours
circadin rythms
a mild deficit of this neurotransmitter may contribute to poor impulse control and no joy or anticipation of pleasure
dopemine
this is remembering people, place and objects
declartive memory
a deficit of the neurotransmitter may cause seizures
GABA
this is the grandparent of neurotransmitters and affect levels of norepinephine and epinephine
dopemine
a deficit of the neurotransmitter may cause irritability, hostility, and aggression
serotonin
a deficit of this neurohomone may cause hypersensitivity to pain and an inability to experience pleasure
NE
an excess of this neurotransmitter causes anxiety, hyperalertness and paranoia
NE
these are regular fluctautions of physiologic factors over 24 hours
circadin rythms
a large excess of this neurotransmitter may cause hallucinations
serotonin
an excess of this neurotransmitter may cause self-consciousness, excessive inhibition, and anxiety
acetylcholine
an excess of this neurotransmitter may cause sedation
GABA
a mild deficit of this neurotransmitter may contribute to poor impulse control and no joy or anticipation of pleasure
dopemine
a deficit of the neurotransmitter may cause irritability, hostility, and aggression
serotonin
a deficit of the neurotransmitter may cause seizures
GABA
a deficit of this neurohomone may cause hypersensitivity to pain and an inability to experience pleasure
NE
these are regular fluctautions of physiologic factors over 24 hours
circadin rythms
this is remembering people, place and objects
declartive memory
a deficit of the neurotransmitter may cause seizures
GABA
this is remembering people, place and objects
declartive memory
a deficit of this neurohomone may cause hypersensitivity to pain and an inability to experience pleasure
NE
these are regular fluctautions of physiologic factors over 24 hours
circadin rythms
this is remembering people, place and objects
declartive memory
this is the ability to observe ourselves and understand the motivation for our behavior
insight
this is the ability to generalize information, make predictions, and evaluagte the consequenses of decisions
abstract thinking
this emotion cause the fastest phsical reaction possible
fear
a persons thoughts have non apperent relationship between them
loose association
this remembering how to do motor skills
procedural memory
this is what drives us to act and allows us to engage in goal-directed behavior
motivation
speech is tense, strained and difficult to interrupt
pressured
this is a lateral interpretation of message and an indility to generalize
concrete thinking
ideas are inconsistent, irrational, or self-contradictory
illocical thinking
this stage of sleep in necessary to the formatin of long-term memory
REM
this form of speech is the inclusion of many unnecessary and insighificant details before arriving at the main idea
circumstantial
this form of speech does not focus on mail ideas but rather on information that is irrelevant
tangential