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Biological Bases of Nervous System Disorders – Psychological Disorders (PSY)

by Tarry Ahuja, MD
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    The lecture Biological Bases of Nervous System Disorders – Psychological Disorders (PSY) by Tarry Ahuja, MD is from the course Individual Influences on Behavior. It contains the following chapters:

    • Schizophrenia (PSY, BIO)
    • Depression (PSY, BIO)
    • Alzheimer's Disease (PSY, BIO)
    • Parkinson's Disease (PSY, BIO)

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    1. Decreased brain size.
    2. Increased dopamine receptor sensitivity.
    3. Increased dopamine.
    4. Abnormal mesolimbic pathway.
    5. Abnormal temporal lobe.
    1. Increased dopamine levels.
    2. Decreased frontal lobe function.
    3. Decreased number of gyri and sulci.
    4. Increased ventricular size.
    5. Decreased brain mass.
    1. Serotonin.
    2. Histamine.
    3. Acetylcholine.
    4. Epinephrine.
    5. GABA.
    1. Formation of beta amyloid plaques.
    2. Increased brain size.
    3. Retrograde amnesia.
    4. Loss of language and motor skills.
    5. Abnormal parietal lobe.
    1. Intention tremor.
    2. Rigidity.
    3. Flat face.
    4. Change in handwriting.
    5. Slow and shuffling gait.
    1. Difficulty forming new memories.
    2. Difficulty recalling childhood memories.
    3. Dissociative memories.
    4. Fugue state.
    5. Difficulty performing previously-learned tasks.

    Author of lecture Biological Bases of Nervous System Disorders – Psychological Disorders (PSY)

     Tarry Ahuja, MD

    Tarry Ahuja, MD


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