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Test 3

vibration sensory nerve endings
pacinian corpuscle
touch sensory nerve ending
meissner & merkelscorpuscle
stretch sensory nerve ending
ruffinis ending
Babinski Sign damage to...
motor cortex & corticospinal track
Flocculonodular lobe
vermis & anterior lobe
coordinating movements once the motion starts
posterior lobe
planning route, timing, starting movement
primary motor cortex
encode force and direction
supplementary motor area
planning movements
premotor cortex
planning and control of limb movements
trace conditioning
hippocamus and neocortex dependent, separation in time between CS and US
delay conditioning
cerebellar and brain stem dependent, no separation in time between the CS and US
cingulate gyrus
posterior region: episodic memory
anterior region: attention
bundle of nerve fibers leaving the hippocamus terminating in the mamillary body
septal nuclei
role in reward and reinforcement
olfactory bulb
receives olfactory stimuli
regulates emotional response to stimuli
mammillary bodies
olfactory memory
synaptic strength theory
-how strong synaptic connection is
Synaptic connection theory
the amount of connections; synaptogenesis (the production of new synapses)
lesioned caudate
inability to form skill memories
lesioned fornix
inability to learn declarative
sensory cross-over
motor movement cross-over
decussation of pyramidal tract