MIT 9 01 - Introduction to Neuroscience (5 pages)

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Course:
9 01 - Neuroscience and Behavior

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MIT OpenCourseWare http ocw mit edu 9 01 Introduction to Neuroscience Fall 2007 For information about citing these materials or our Terms of Use visit http ocw mit edu terms 9 01 Recitation Section 3 10 31 07 Exam 1 Monday 11 5 2 30 4p Location TBA Coverage chapters 7 11 not including neuroanatomy appendix and 13 14 and Problem Set 2 make sure you understand the problem set Format multiple choice short answer essay Read the book and take good notes Do practice problems from the Brown website and OCW http www brown edu Courses BN01 http ocw mit edu OcwWeb Brain and Cognitive Sciences 9 01Fall 2004 Exams index htm Review Q A session Saturday 11 3 2 4p 9 01 classroom Audition 1 2 3 3 Base Inner hair cells Apex Outer hair cells Auditory pathway Spiral ganglion Ventral cochlear nucleus Superior olive Inferior Colliculus MGN A1 Neural coding Stimulus intensity Tonotopy Phase locking Sound localization Interaural time delay Interaural intensity difference Binaural neurons Pinna 1 Which is the most rostral of the following auditory nuclei a Medial geniculate nucleus b Inferior colliculus c Dorsal cochlear nucleus d Ventral cochlear nucleus 2 The most caudal structure in which cells of the auditory system are binaurally sensitive is a Cochlear nuclei b Superior olive c Inferior colliculus d Medial geniculate nucleus 3 If you open a K channel on the stereocilia of an inner hair cell the cell will If you open a K channel on the cell body of an inner hair cell the cell will a Depolarize depolarize b Hyperpolarize hyperpolarize c Depolarize hyperpolarize d Hyperpolarize depolarize Motor System Lower motor neurons Alpha motor neurons Distribution Control of muscle force Muscle contraction sequence 1 2 3 4 5 Gamma motor neurons Reflexes Myotatic stretch reflex Crossed extensor reflex Central pattern generator Descending Spinal Tracts Lateral pathways Corticospinal tract Rubrospinal tract Ventromedial pathways Vestibulospinal tracts Tectospinal tract Pontine reticulospinal tract



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