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Physiological Psychology Exam 3 Review
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Stroke (cerebrovascular accident)
A temporary loss of blood flow to the brain. This is a common cause of brain damage, especially in the elderly.
The most common type of stroke; loss of blood flow caused by a blood clot or other obstruction of an artery.
Less common type of stroke, bleeding due to the rupture of an artery.
The area that surrounds the immediate damage
A drug that blocks glutamate type NMDA receptors. (Voluntary Schizophrenia)
slows the activity of your brain and nervous system
Prevent the presynaptic neuron from reabsorbing catecholamines or serotonin after releasing them
Inability to read despite adequate vision and intelligence.
A prolonged feeling of helplessness, hopelessness, and sadness
Disorder where the person alternates between episodes of depression and mania (characterized by restless activity, excitement, laughter, self-confidence, rambling speech, and loss of inhibitions).
A disorder characterized both by deteriorating ability to function in everyday life and by some combination of delusions, hallucinations, movement disorder, thought disorder, and inappropriate emotional expression
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