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Principles Of Neuroscience

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Principles of Neuroscience
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1.  A drug that decreases the activity of dopamine within the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex would be expected to
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2.  PCP acts as a(n) ________ at ___________receptors
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3.  Which of the following would be a negative symptom of schizophrenia?
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4.  In which of the following would you expect to observe an enlarged hippocampal formation
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5.  The hippocampus receives inputs from
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6.  Patient RB who sustained brain damage while in cardiac arrest, exhibited profound anterograde amnesia. What region of the brain was injured?
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7.  The verbal abilities of HM are intact except
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8.  The common aspect of all natural reinforcers relates to
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9.  Imagine that you have ingested a drug that prevents alcohol from binding to the GABA/A receptor just before you join friends at a bar. Which of the following would you expect to happen to you?
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10.  PET studies show that schizophrenic patients treated with amphetamine show ______ from the striatum and a corresponding ________
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11.  John has been diagnosed with schizophrenia and has shown improvement in positive symptoms while taking chlorpromazine.  Which of the following actions below, if taken by John, would be expected to greater worsen his positive schizophrenia symptoms?
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12.  Alternating episodes of elation and sadness are referred to as
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13.  The function of monoamine oxidase is to  
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14.  The monoamine hypothesis states that depression is caused by
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15.  All of the following support the monoamine hypothesis of depression EXCEPT  
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