5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- acetylcholine (ACh)
- voxel-based morphometry (VBM)
- a a major small-molecule neurotransmitter used at the neuromusculus junction, in the autonomic nervous system, and in the CNS.
- b a chemical messenger that communicates with target cells at great distance, often by travelling through the circulation.
- c a technique for segregating and measuring differences in white matter and gray matter concentration
- d a stimulant drug found in coffee, tea, chocolate that acts as an antagonist to adenosine.
- e Blood oxygen-level-dependent contrast; the signal measured in fMRI that relates to the concentration of deoxyhemoglobin in the blood
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- changes in the BOLD signal over time.
- a postsynaptic receptor that responds to both ACh and muscarine
- a type of experimental design in functional imaging in which activity in a control task is subtracted from activity in an experimental task
- a chemical messenget that communicates with target cells more distant than the synapse by diffusing away from the point of release.
- a major tranquilizer that acts as a GABA agonist
5 True/False Questions
small molecule transmitter → a chemical messenger that communicates across a synapse.
catecholamine → a highly addictive drug that acts as a potent dopamine agonist
reuptake inhibitor → a substance that interferes with the transport of released neurotransmitter molecules back into the presynaptic terminal
adenosine → a byproduct of adenosine trisphosphate that functions as a neurotransmitter
morphine → part of the biogenic amine neurotransmitters, including dopamine and serotonine