Neurosciences

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Author: SuperMemo Research
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Items: 629
Rating: 4.5 (out of 5)
Last updated: Nov 18, 2000
 Description
Selected facts from neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, neural transmission, memory and learning.
 Examples
Q: neuro: What happens when the brain pH increases?
A: tremor (of hands, feet)

Q: neuro: Which hemisphere is employed during drawing pictures and distance gauging?
A: right

Q: neuro: What is the likely outcome of the overproduction of dopamine?
A: schizophrenia

Q: neuro: What is the anatomical difference between normal and homosexual people?
A: different hypothalamus

Q: neuro: What nerve innervates the teeth?
A: trigeminal

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