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Rebecca Baker
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Neurochemistry: What is studied?
Neurotransmitters and hormones, animal studies, drug studies.
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where does neurochemistry happen, what should neurochmists look at when referring to pain? neurochemistry of what?
– nociceptor development and maintence (neurotrophic factors) – peripheral algogens (“inflammatory soup”) – transdction (TRP channels…etc) – propagation ( ion channels) – “presynaptic release (e.g. glutamate, substance P) – “postsynaptic” processing (e.g. NMDA-Rs, GABA-Rs) – supraspinal processing (e.g. AC1, PKM) – descending modulation what: – neurotransmitter synthesis – neurotransmitter degradation – neurotransmitter reuptake – receptors – signal transduction molecules – ion channels – transcription factors
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Brain and neurochemistry also has a significant impact on your behavior
what we think and feel from our neurochemistry. Ex : Parkinson’s
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recent research shows a clear biological origin for autism in the form of an abnormal brain development, structure, and or neurochemistry, I
The “neurosciences” constitute the study of: (CHAPTER 1) a. the brain b. brain-behavior relationships c. neurochemistry & neuropharmacology d. all of the above e. none of the above
d. all of the above
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Define Neurochemistry
Relates to chemicals in the brain that regulate psychological functioning.
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Neurochemistry of Parkinson’s Disease
Associated with an imbalance between dopamine and acetylcholine, dopamine release diminishes as the degeneration of dopaminergic neurons increases
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The effects of long-term alcohol abuse on physical health, neurochemistry, and cellular function are fewer and less harsh than for most other psychoactive drugs.