In your own words, summarize each step, including 3+ sentence responses with 3+ key concepts or structures in each tepee, and continue to write 3+ sentence responses with concepts, throughout this paper a. Step 1 (include structures/functions in neural message traveling through sending neuron and being released) -?Response: neurons fires and action potential. The information goes down the dendrites, through the axon, and then to the axon’s terminal branches. Goes through the path until it reaches the small junction, the synapse. Neurons are usually triggered by touch. . Step 2 (include transmission in synapse to binding on receiving neuron) Response: The action potential reaches the axon terminal it simulates the lease of neurotransmitters molecules. The molecules then cross the synaptic gap and bind with receptor sites on the receiving neurons. That then allows electrically charged atoms to enter the receiving neurons and excite or inhibit a new action potential. C. Step 3 (describe what occurs in re-uptake process and how) Response: after the new action potential has started the step of Eruptive happens.
This is where the sending neuron normally reabsorbs excess neurotransmitter molecules. The are the excesses and go back to be used again in new action potential. 2. Explain a time you experienced stress. Then explain what effects this stress may have had in your Autonomic nervous system, and endocrine system, noting the impact of hormones on nervous system activity;; apply 3+ text concepts (structures and functions) in your response: Response: A time I have experienced stress is when it comes to balancing school and work. My job can be very stressful when I am there.
For me I get stressed with time management. Having classes and homework and balancing them with my work schedule stresses me out. Finding enough time to do my homework makes me stressed. When I am under a lot of stress my heart rate is higher Han normal. It also has an impact on my digestion and might not go to the bathroom as I would on a normal day. It seems to slow processes like digestion down to coop with all the stress. Those would be NAS impact on stress. Endocrine system impact on stress would be the reaction of hormones that travel in the bloodstream.
They are much faster responses to stress and can linger. It takes longer to “calm down” after a stressful situation. Epinephrine and morphogenesis are released and cause heart rate, blood pressure, and blood sugar to increase, and provide a surge of energy. After hat passes the outcome of energy and increases stay a while longer. 3. List the name Oaf Sport with which you are familiar: Response: A sport I am very familiar with is Volleyball. Apply this sport in your responses to A,B,C, and D below. A.
Describe specific examples of how each of the 4 Structures of the LOWER BRAIN (for basic survival) would enable a person to play the sport. Response: The Cerebellum would help with my voluntary movements with the sport like running to get the ball or bumping it and with the memory of learning to do those things. It would also help with my balance so I don’t fall over. The spinal cord would provide a passageway for neural fibers to go to and from the brain. It would also control simple reflexes. Medulla controls the heartbeat and breathing to keep me alive while playing (huge role. Pins help coordinate movement when playing the sport. B. Describe specific examples of how each of the 3 structures of the MIDDLE BRAIN (for body maintenance, emotions and memories) enable a person to play the sport. Response: Hippopotamus is linked to memory. That memory will help with retrieving the info once learned on how to play volleyball when laying the sport. The fundamentals like bumping and the proper form in serving. The Magical helps in emotion when playing, either for regulating so one emotion isn’t to high or low during a game or making sure a certain one is present.
That way you wont be emotion less or even depressed while playing because than it would effect the desire to play. Hypothalamus controls body maintenance like eating, so fuel to play the game. Also involves emotion and reward, which plays a role in the game because if there were no good out come you wouldn’t want to even play. C. Describe specific examples of how each of the 4 Lobes of the UPPER BRAIN, and any 4 cortex specialization regions (for analysis and problem solving), would enable a person to play the sport.
Response: Frontal lobes help with speaking (calling the ball), muscle movement (movement to get the ball), making judgments (deciding if you should get the ball or not). Parietal lobes receive sensory input from touch and body position (contact with the ball and where your hand or foot is located when on the court). Occipital lobes receive information from visual fields (seeing the ball and acting on it). Temporal Lobes receiving information from auditory area (using auditory to hear teammates or the sound of the ball to perceive distance of hardness. D. What role do cortex Association areas hold in a person’s ability play this sport? Describe several specific association area functions, giving examples of Pennies Gage and your personal life examples. Response: they don’t play a role in primary motor function like the involuntary functions before but yet play a huge role. We wouldn’t be able to play volleyball with out it. This is the learning, remembering, thinking and speaking part. We need to know how to play the game to actually do it right, or what to say during the game to play efficiently.
We need to be able to think about what to do, or remember how to do everything. Brain Re-organization 4. Explain what happens in the brain of a person who experiences brain damage or split hemispheres, followed by plasticity– describe symptoms and behaviors of individuals with brain injury, citing brain and neural structures, and text examples. (This will be a more detailed response, including many Lesson 2 concepts) Response: unlike skin the brain does not regenerate after t is damage.
Blindness or deafness makes unused brain areas available for other uses, so that is a good plasticity. The brain learns to adapt feelings and usage in other ways when not only the brain changes but also body parts too. Like an amputated finger resulting in feeling in the other feeling or learning to do without. The brain tries to repair by reorganizing existing tissue, other times it attempts to mend itself by making new brain cells. That is called neurosurgeons where master stem cells can develop into any type of brain cell to help.