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What does this chapter include?
Brain structure and function, brain damage, the autonomic nervous system, the endocrine system, check your understanding and prepare for your exams using the multiple choice, short answer and essay practice tests also available.
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What are some things you should be able to do after reading chapter 4?
Describe the major parts and functions of the nervous system and its principal components; Describe how various techniques are used in neuroscience and psychobiology to study behaviour, from lesioning to heart rate recording to neuroimaging.
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What is Psychobiology?
Psychobiology is the study of the role of physiology and anatomy in the regulation and execution of behaviour - the topics studied can range from the role of hormones in sexual reproduction, the effect of glucose deprivation on hunger etc.
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Where is the lower part of the cerebellum and brain stem?
Projected beneath the cerebral hemisphere
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What does the peripheral nervous system consist of?
The nerves that connect the CNS with sense organs, musclces and glands.
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Some nerves are attached to the ______ and others are attached directly to the ______
spinal cord, brain
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