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28 terms
Psychology neurology
Acetylcholine
Serotonin
Dopamine
Prozac
NT for muscle movement and memory.
NT for regulation of sleep, mood, and too little causes depre…
NT responsible for reward motivated behavior, pleasure NT.
Keeps serotonin from being up taken
Acetylcholine
NT for muscle movement and memory.
Serotonin
NT for regulation of sleep, mood, and too little causes depre…
77 terms
Neurology/Psychology
how to treat absence seizures?
how to treat status epilepticus?
first line tx for grand mal (tonic clo…
first line tx for pregnancy seizures
ethosuximide
break with flurazepam (benzo) then give phenytoin (prophylact…
carbamazepine
phenobarbital
how to treat absence seizures?
ethosuximide
how to treat status epilepticus?
break with flurazepam (benzo) then give phenytoin (prophylact…
32 terms
Psychology Neurology
neurons
sensory neurons
motor neurons
dendrites
nerve cells that use chemicals and electrical signals to comm…
send messages to brain
send messages to body
receive info and conduct it towards the cell body
neurons
nerve cells that use chemicals and electrical signals to comm…
sensory neurons
send messages to brain
33 terms
Psychology: neurology
Dendrites
Myelin sheath
Axons
Soma
Receive messages from other neurons
Increases speed and efficiency of the messages
Send messages
cell body
Dendrites
Receive messages from other neurons
Myelin sheath
Increases speed and efficiency of the messages
129 terms
Neurological Psychology
anterior
posterior
rostral
caudal
front
back
towards the head or beak
towards the tail
anterior
front
posterior
back
Neurology and Psychology
cerebr/o, encephal/o
mening/o, meningi/o
neur/o
dur/a
word root pertaining to the brain
word root pertaining to the membrane that surrounds the spina…
word root pertaining to the nerves
word root pertaining to the hard outer membrane of the spinal…
cerebr/o, encephal/o
word root pertaining to the brain
mening/o, meningi/o
word root pertaining to the membrane that surrounds the spina…
40 terms
Neurological Psychology
Medulla
Reticular Formation
Pons
Cerebellum
Regulates heart rate and respiration... -controls heart rate and…
Plays a role in arousal
Connects hind and mid brain together... -helps coordinate moveme…
(little brain):- coordinates muscle movements and the vestibu…
Medulla
Regulates heart rate and respiration... -controls heart rate and…
Reticular Formation
Plays a role in arousal
65 terms
Neurological/Psychological
APD Afferent pupillary Defect
Aniscoria
Antalgic gait
Aphasic
An abnormal finding of dilation of the pupil instead of const…
Unequal diameter pupils
limping
Inability to generate or understand language due to damage of…
APD Afferent pupillary Defect
An abnormal finding of dilation of the pupil instead of const…
Aniscoria
Unequal diameter pupils
64 terms
Neurological/Psychological
APD- Afferent pupillary defect
Aniscoria
Antalgic gait
Aphasic
An abnormal finding of dilation of the pupil instead of const…
Unequal diameter of pupils
Limping
Inability to generate or understand language due to damage to…
APD- Afferent pupillary defect
An abnormal finding of dilation of the pupil instead of const…
Aniscoria
Unequal diameter of pupils
39 terms
Case 5 Psychology/Neurology
bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy
buccofacial apraxia
carotid bruits
curt
removal of both fallopian tubes and ovaries
inability to coordinate and carry out facial and lip movement…
harsh or musical abnormal sounds in the carotid artery produc…
rudely abrupt; blunt; brief; gruff
bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy
removal of both fallopian tubes and ovaries
buccofacial apraxia
inability to coordinate and carry out facial and lip movement…
76 terms
AP Psychology Neurology Vocab
Wernicke's Area
Agonist
Endorphins
Frontal Lobe
A region of the brain concerned with the comprehension of lan…
A chemical the mimics the action of a neurotransmitter
The entire family of internally produced chemicals that resem…
Each of the paired lobes of the brain lying immediately behin…
Wernicke's Area
A region of the brain concerned with the comprehension of lan…
Agonist
A chemical the mimics the action of a neurotransmitter
35 terms
AP Psychology: Neurology
Neurotransmitter: Serotonin
Neurotransmitter: Dopamine
Neurotransmitter: Acetylcholine
Neurotransmitter: norepinephrine
effects mood, hunger, sleep, and arousal. undersupply is link…
influences movement, learning, attention, and emotion. oversu…
enables muscle action, learning, and memory. ACH producing ne…
Helps control alertness and arousal. undersupply can depress…
Neurotransmitter: Serotonin
effects mood, hunger, sleep, and arousal. undersupply is link…
Neurotransmitter: Dopamine
influences movement, learning, attention, and emotion. oversu…
76 terms
AP Psychology: Neurology
Neuron
Dendrite
Axon
Myelin Sheath
A nerve cell
Receives messages from other cells
Passes messages away from the cell body to other neurons, mus…
Covers the axon of some neurons and speeds impulses
Neuron
A nerve cell
Dendrite
Receives messages from other cells
Psychology: Neurology and the Brain
Neural Net
Neurotransmitter: Acetylcholine (ACH)
Neurotransmitter: Dopamine
Neurotransmitter: Serotonin
Made up of billions of neurons together.
Involved with movement and memory. A LACK of this is linked t…
Deals with motor movement and alertness. A LACK of this is re…
Involved with mood control. A LACK of serotonin is linked to…
Neural Net
Made up of billions of neurons together.
Neurotransmitter: Acetylcholine (ACH)
Involved with movement and memory. A LACK of this is linked t…
53 terms
Psychology: Unit 2 Neurology
Acetylcholine
dopamine
Serotonin
Norepinephrine
Responsible for the stimulation of muscles, scheduling REM sl…
Pleasurable sensations involved in voluntary movement, attent…
Moods and emotional states,... hunger regulation of sleep and wa…
Used for arousal in the... flight/fight response, modulation of…
Acetylcholine
Responsible for the stimulation of muscles, scheduling REM sl…
dopamine
Pleasurable sensations involved in voluntary movement, attent…
14 terms
Neurology / Psychology Pediatrics
Cerebral Palsy
Spastic diplegia
Spastic hemiplegia
Spastic quadriplegia
Group of non-progressive encephalopathies caused by injury to…
Weakness that involves the lower extremities more than the up…
Unilateral spastic motor weakness. More likely UE>LE
Motor involvement of head, neck, and all four limbs
Cerebral Palsy
Group of non-progressive encephalopathies caused by injury to…
Spastic diplegia
Weakness that involves the lower extremities more than the up…
27 terms
AP Psychology: Neurology
Multiple Sclerosis is a result of dege…
An individual is having trouble with c…
What is the most influential of the en…
The central nervous system...
Myelin Sheath
Acetylcholine
Pituitary gland
Includes the brain and spinal cord
Multiple Sclerosis is a result of dege…
Myelin Sheath
An individual is having trouble with c…
Acetylcholine
17 terms
AP Psychology Neurology Vocabulary
Small Knobs at the end of axons that s…
All those nerves that lie outside the…
The cell body of a neuron; it contains…
A gene that is expressed when paired g…
Axon Terminals
Peripheral Nervous System
Soma
Recessive Gene
Small Knobs at the end of axons that s…
Axon Terminals
All those nerves that lie outside the…
Peripheral Nervous System
60 terms
Ap Psychology Vocab- Neurology
Biological Psychology
Neuron
Dendrites
Axon
the scientific study of the links between biological (genetic…
A nerve cell; the basic building block of the nervous system.
A neuron's bushy, branching extensions that receive messages…
The neuron extension that passes messages through its branche…
Biological Psychology
the scientific study of the links between biological (genetic…
Neuron
A nerve cell; the basic building block of the nervous system.
9 terms
Psychology Quiz Neurology
Dendrite
Axon
Myelin Sheath
Action Potential
The burly branching extensions of a neuron that receives mess…
The extension of a neuron ending in branching terminal fibers…
A layer of fatty cell segmented moving the fibers of many neu…
A neural impulse a brief electrical charge that travels down…
Dendrite
The burly branching extensions of a neuron that receives mess…
Axon
The extension of a neuron ending in branching terminal fibers…
18 terms
Psychology Neurotransmitters / Neurological Diseases
Mirror Neurons
Acetylcholine
Dopamine
Norepinephrine
Neurons that allow for people to feel things based on what th…
Activates muscles and has functions in the peripheral nervous…
Plays a major role in reward motivated behavior, and mediates…
Triggers the "fight or flight" response, and is referred to a…
Mirror Neurons
Neurons that allow for people to feel things based on what th…
Acetylcholine
Activates muscles and has functions in the peripheral nervous…
27 terms
AP Psychology: Neurology
Multiple Sclerosis is a result of dege…
An individual is having trouble with c…
What is the most influential of the en…
The central nervous system...
Myelin Sheath
Acetylcholine
Pituitary gland
Includes the brain and spinal cord
Multiple Sclerosis is a result of dege…
Myelin Sheath
An individual is having trouble with c…
Acetylcholine
36 terms
AP Psychology-Neurology
Glial Cells
Neurons
Parts of a neuron
Nucleus of neuron
-make up majority of brain structure... -structure and padding(d…
-responsible for transmission of information from brain>body…
-receptor sites... -dendrites... -cell body... -nucleus... -axon... -neural…
responsible for production of chemicals in cell
Glial Cells
-make up majority of brain structure... -structure and padding(d…
Neurons
-responsible for transmission of information from brain>body…
47 terms
Neurology, Psychology, Anesthesiology, & Vascular
neur/o
angi/o
my/o
arteri/o
nerve
vessel
muscle
artery
neur/o
nerve
angi/o
vessel
41 terms
Neurology of Psychological Disorders
cerebral cortex
frontal lobe
temporal lobe
parietal lobe
outermost part of the brain, thought, voluntary motor and sen…
prefrontal cortex, abstract reasoning, motivation, decision m…
recognition and interpretation of familiarity and appropriate…
sensory integration and interpretation, spatial relations, bo…
cerebral cortex
outermost part of the brain, thought, voluntary motor and sen…
frontal lobe
prefrontal cortex, abstract reasoning, motivation, decision m…
21 terms
Neurological and Psychological Disorders
Parkinsons due to
What happens in brain cancer?
Stroke
Thrombus
Death of dopamine in basal ganglia
Glial and meningeal cells divide uncontrollably (NOT neural c…
-Lack of blood to a brain region... -Ischemia leads to lack of O…
Blood clot that forms within a blood vessel... -If in brain, can…
Parkinsons due to
Death of dopamine in basal ganglia
What happens in brain cancer?
Glial and meningeal cells divide uncontrollably (NOT neural c…
neurology of psychological disorders
psychiatric disorders are characterize…
_______ and ________ alterations are c…
cerebral cortex
frontal lobe... prefrontal cortex
changes in thoughts, mood, and/or behaviors
anatomical and biochemical alterations
- outermost part of brain... - thought, voluntary motor and sens…
- part of cerebral cortex... abstract reasoning... motivation... conce…
psychiatric disorders are characterize…
changes in thoughts, mood, and/or behaviors
_______ and ________ alterations are c…
anatomical and biochemical alterations
74 terms
Neurology, psychology, anesthesiology, vascular
Neur/o
Angi/o
My/o
Arteri/o
Nerve or neuron
Vessel
Muscle
Artery
Neur/o
Nerve or neuron
Angi/o
Vessel
204 terms
NERVOUS SYSTEM/NEUROLOGY/PSYCHOLOGY
-asthenia
cephal/o
cerebell/o
cerebr/o
weakness
head
cerebellum
brain
-asthenia
weakness
cephal/o
head
38 terms
Neurology/Psychology- First Aid
free nerve endings:... location... senses…
Meissner's corpuscles:... location... sens…
Pacinian corpuscles:... location... senses…
Merkel's discs:... location... senses... nerv…
Located in all skin, epidermis and some viscera.... Convey pain…
Located in glabrous (hairless) skin: fingertips, palms, soles…
Located in deep skin layers, ligaments and joints... Convey pres…
Located in fingertips, superficial skin... Convey pressure, deep…
free nerve endings:... location... senses…
Located in all skin, epidermis and some viscera.... Convey pain…
Meissner's corpuscles:... location... sens…
Located in glabrous (hairless) skin: fingertips, palms, soles…
23 terms
Neurology of Psychological Disorders
Cerebral Cortex Functions
Limbic System
Thought Requires input from
Hallucinations
Outermost part of the brain... Thought... Voluntary motor/sensory…
Regulation of emotional behavior, memory, and social behavior…
Cerebral Cortex... Thalamus... Limbic System... Reticular formation
Sensory perceptions in the absence of external stimuli... Can b…
Cerebral Cortex Functions
Outermost part of the brain... Thought... Voluntary motor/sensory…
Limbic System
Regulation of emotional behavior, memory, and social behavior…
87 terms
Neurology of psychological disorder
changes in behavioral anatomy of the b…
Monozygotic twin studies suggests that…
Cerebral cortex
cerebral cortex function
characterized by changes in thoughts, mood and behaviors
anxiety disorder, alcohol dependence bipolar disorder, schizo…
outermost part of brain
thought, voluntary motor and sensory function, speech, and me…
changes in behavioral anatomy of the b…
characterized by changes in thoughts, mood and behaviors
Monozygotic twin studies suggests that…
anxiety disorder, alcohol dependence bipolar disorder, schizo…
19 terms
Pharmacology - Neurology/Psychology
Barbituates... Drugs?
Benzodiazepines... Drugs?
IV Anesthetics... Drugs?
Inhaled Anesthetics... Drugs?
Phenobarbital, Thiopental
Diazepam, Lorazepam, Triazolam, Temazepam, Oxazepam, Midazola…
Barbituates, Benzodiazepines, Propofol, Ketamine, Etomidate,…
Nitric oxide, Isoflurane, Sevoflurane, Desoflurane, Halothane
Barbituates... Drugs?
Phenobarbital, Thiopental
Benzodiazepines... Drugs?
Diazepam, Lorazepam, Triazolam, Temazepam, Oxazepam, Midazola…
69 terms
Neurology of Psychological Disorders
what are psychiatric disorders
what is the cerebral cortex
what does the prefrontal cortex control
what does the frontal lobe control
-characterized by changed in thought, mood, and/or behaviors…
-the outer most part of the brain... -controls thought, voluntar…
-abstract reasoning... -motivation... -concentration... -decision maki…
speech organization... speech production... movement control... learni…
what are psychiatric disorders
-characterized by changed in thought, mood, and/or behaviors…
what is the cerebral cortex
-the outer most part of the brain... -controls thought, voluntar…
66 terms
ScribeAmerica: Neurological and Psychological
APD Afferent Pupillary Defect
Aniscoria
Antalgic gait
Aphasic
An abnormal finding of dilation of the pupil instead of const…
Unequal diameter of pupils
Limping
Inability to generate or understand language due to damage to…
APD Afferent Pupillary Defect
An abnormal finding of dilation of the pupil instead of const…
Aniscoria
Unequal diameter of pupils
67 terms
AP Psychology: Neurology (Unit 3)
Sensory Neurons
Interneurons
Motor Neurons
Cell Body/Soma
-afferent... -carry messages from body's tissues and sensory org…
-process information between the sensory input and the motor…
-efferent... -carry outgoing information from the brain and spin…
the cell's life support center
Sensory Neurons
-afferent... -carry messages from body's tissues and sensory org…
Interneurons
-process information between the sensory input and the motor…
67 terms
Medical Terminology: Neurological, Psychological
APD Afferent Pupillary Defect
Aniscoria
Antalgic gait
Aphasic
Abnormal finding of dilation of the pupil instead of constric…
Unequal diameter of pupils
Limping
Inability to generate or understand language due to brain dam…
APD Afferent Pupillary Defect
Abnormal finding of dilation of the pupil instead of constric…
Aniscoria
Unequal diameter of pupils
50 terms
NEUROLOGICAL/PSYCHOLOGICAL DISORDERS
neurological disorder
psychological disorder
antisocial personality disorder
altitude sickness
bệnh thần kinh
bệnh tâm lý
rối loạn nhân cách chống xã hội
sợ độ cao
neurological disorder
bệnh thần kinh
psychological disorder
bệnh tâm lý
14 terms
MCAT Psychological and Neurological Disorders
biomedical approach
biopsychosocial approach
schizophrenia
major depressive disorder
neurological or genetic causes for disorders only; interventi…
causes can include environmental and lifestyle factors; inter…
psychotic; positive symptoms include delusions, auditory hall…
symptoms include changes in sleep, loss of interest, excessiv…
biomedical approach
neurological or genetic causes for disorders only; interventi…
biopsychosocial approach
causes can include environmental and lifestyle factors; inter…
64 terms
Neurological and Psychological Medical Terminology
APD Afferent Pupillary
Aniscoria
Antalgic Gait
Aphasic
An abnormal finding of dilation of the pupil instead of const…
Unequal diameter of pupils
Limping
Inability generate or understand language due to damage to th…
APD Afferent Pupillary
An abnormal finding of dilation of the pupil instead of const…
Aniscoria
Unequal diameter of pupils
59 terms
Pathophysiology- Neurological & Psychological
Ischemic CVA CC
Ischemic CVA Risk Factors
Ischemic CVA PE
Ischemic CVA diagnosed by
Unilateral FND (one-sided wkness/numbness or changes in speec…
HTN, HLD, DM, hx TIA/CVA, smoking, FHx CVA, Afib
hemiparesis, unilateral paresthesias, aphasia, visual field d…
Clinically, potentially normal CT head
Ischemic CVA CC
Unilateral FND (one-sided wkness/numbness or changes in speec…
Ischemic CVA Risk Factors
HTN, HLD, DM, hx TIA/CVA, smoking, FHx CVA, Afib
30 terms
AP Psychology: Neurology (Unit 3)
Dendrite
Cell Body/Soma
Axon
Terminal Buttons
Receive messages from other cells
the cell's life support center
passes messages away from the cell body to other neurons, mus…
transmit message to next dendrites/neurons
Dendrite
Receive messages from other cells
Cell Body/Soma
the cell's life support center
76 terms
psychological and neurological disorders
psychological and neurological disorders
distress
dysfunction
danger
change how we think and behave
sadness or anxiety
irrationality an/or maladaptivity
unpredictability
psychological and neurological disorders
change how we think and behave
distress
sadness or anxiety
39 terms
IB/AP Psychology Neurology Test
The longest part of a motor neuron is...
Depolarization of a neural membrane ca…
Increasing excitatory signals above th…
A synapse is...
The axon. The axon is the longest part of a motor neuron and…
The action potential. The action potential is an electric cha…
All or nothing. The neurons will either fire or not. You have…
A junction between sending neurons and receiving neurons. ... It…
The longest part of a motor neuron is...
The axon. The axon is the longest part of a motor neuron and…
Depolarization of a neural membrane ca…
The action potential. The action potential is an electric cha…
43 terms
Neurological Psychology test 2
V1 damage
V4 damage
V5 damage
optic ataxia
scotoma-a blind spot... cortical blindness-not caused by damage…
black and white movie...
loss of objects in motion
trouble guiding movements with visual information
V1 damage
scotoma-a blind spot... cortical blindness-not caused by damage…
V4 damage
black and white movie...
32 terms
neurological/psychological med term
ambulatory
aphasia
ataxia
Babinski sign
able to walk
difficulty expressing or understanding verbal communcation
lack of voluntary coordination of muscle movements, as in wal…
toes dorsiflex with planar stimulation, sign of nerve damage
ambulatory
able to walk
aphasia
difficulty expressing or understanding verbal communcation
39 terms
Medical Symptoms - Neurological/Psychological
Acalculia
Acrophobia
Agnosia
Agoraphobia
Loss of ability to perform calculations
Fear of heights
Loss of recognition
Anxiety disorder, finding an environment to be unsafe
Acalculia
Loss of ability to perform calculations
Acrophobia
Fear of heights
17 terms
Psychology/Neurological diseases
amygdala
cerebral cortex
Broca's area
Wernicke's area
involved in making memories of emotional experiences
controls voluntary movement and cognitive functions
used in forming speech
used in comprehending language
amygdala
involved in making memories of emotional experiences
cerebral cortex
controls voluntary movement and cognitive functions
8 terms
Neurological/Psychological Disorders
Bipolar Disorder
Dissociative Identity Disorder (Multip…
Antisocial/Narcissistic/Borderline Per…
Psychopath
- Shifts in mood, energy, thinking, behavior... - Believed to be…
- Form of dissociation... - A mental process which produces a la…
- No regard for right and wrong... - Make them violent, impulsiv…
- Lack of empathy... - Anterior insula, anterior midcingulate co…
Bipolar Disorder
- Shifts in mood, energy, thinking, behavior... - Believed to be…
Dissociative Identity Disorder (Multip…
- Form of dissociation... - A mental process which produces a la…
209 terms
Psychological/Neurological Brand & Generic
Loxapine (brand)
Haloperidol (brand)
Thiothixene (brand)
Clozapine (brand)
Loxitane, Adasuve Inhalation
Haldol
Navane
Clozaril, FazaClo ODT, Versacloz suspension
Loxapine (brand)
Loxitane, Adasuve Inhalation
Haloperidol (brand)
Haldol
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