Myles Jones - 1 - Cerebral Blood Flow and Psychology

What is Myles Jones lecture 1 about?
Cerebral Blood Flow and Psychology
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What are the three cerebral artery's
Anterior Middle Posterior
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...% of the body's mass but consumes approximately ... % of the body's energy
Two Twenty
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'We must suppose a very delicate adjustment whereby the ... follows the needs of the ... activity. .... very likely may rush to each ... of the ... according as it is most ..., but of this we know ...'
Blood cerebral blood region cortex active nothing
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Who was one of the first psychologists who was interested in it
William James
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Cognitive neuroscience - the ... of neuroscience that studies the ... foundations of ... phenomena
Branch biological mental
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LO1: To understand why ... techniques are ... for psychologists
Neuroimaging important
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LO2: To understand how these techniques ...
Work
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LO3: To understand the ...of these techniques and what they actually ...
Limitations measure
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What are the three neuroimaging techniques
EEG PET MRI
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What does EEG stand for?
Electroencephalogram
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What does PET stand for?
Positron Emission Tomography
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What does MRI stand for?
Magnetic Resonance Imaging
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Measuring neural activity including inserting electrode
Electrophysiology
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Electrophysiology - ... made using technique of electro-physiology
Measurements
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