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Hey! :) Isn't it the other way around on page 31? The left hemisphere is for language, speech, writing, and calculation and the right hemisphere is for spatial perception, singing, and playing instruments?
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why does it say 'most' cell bodies? where are the others?(first line) In this video from Khan academy he talks about "most". There can be cell bodies in the white matter as well :)
How many right do you need to pass? I’ve heard different answers from different people..
Did anyone get when we’ll get our exam results and why we won’t get an answer key before hand if I understood it correctly?
It was said in the whatsapp group they won't release it until they do a content analysis, so basically for example, if too many of us pass, they can increase the number of questions needed to balance it. SO basically gotta wait till next year
they are not allowed to increase the number needed to pass, only to lower it if too many people failed.
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Hi , is this all the core literature ? Thanks.
Hello, yes. Core literature 1 is named "Limbic system as a whole: student portal doc. task 5", whereas core literature 3 was biological basis of anxiety and affective disorders
Niet alleen mannen, maar wel ene veel grotere kans, aangezien het X-chromosomaal recessief is. Mannen hebben maar 1 X en vrouwen XX.
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Amazing summary. THANKYOU so much
How do you study for the secound test ?
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Hey Lia! Great summary for FN Task 1. I was wondering if you have done the same for task 2 and 3...? :)
Hihi! Thank youuu, glad to help. And I haven't...but in case I decide to do it I will post it afterwards :)
Great! Thanks a lot ;)
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Thank you once again for the help!
No worries ;-)
cerebellum ipv cerebrocerebellum
Niet belangrijk.
Niet belangrijk.
Alleen Input en output kennen.
Niet belangrijk
Dit klopt niet. D1- en D2-receptoren hebbe een modulerende werking. D.w.z. dat ze het proces vermakkelijken of vermoeilijken. Als D1 en D2 neurotransmitters afgeven, dan promoten ze de initiatie (sneller actipotentiaal) en als D1 en D2 neurotransmitters niet afgeven, dan verandert er niks --> D2 onderdrukt D1 dan. Dus D1 en D2 actief --> Initiatie beweging vergemakkelijkt. D1 en D2 inactief --> D2 onderdrukt D1 dan vaak (minder snel actiepotentiaal bij VA/VL.
Are there a few kind people who would want to share some questions they received on the practical exam? That would be soooo cool <3333
To all those who passed the FN exam - was it difficult?
Rip Mac
rip x
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17 A is not the right answer, 17 B is correct :)
Thank you!
does someone have past exams?
Sorry I'm brain dead, but what?
dynein is essentially just a motor protein that moves along microtubules in cells. It also transports various cellular cargos, provides forces and displacements important in mitosis (tbh i don't think its that important)
I was really just brain dead haha, thank you so muuuuch :))
forgot to mention: - localisation paradigm (what Broadmann did): areas of the cortex relate to a specific funtion - holistic paradigm: all areas work together
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Omg this is so good, please continue making summaries
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thank you <3
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Wow, that's a really good summary! Thanks
Hey, are you also gonna upload the summary for task 2? I really liked this one!
uploaded it, thank you!
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Hey :) Would you be so nice and upload your summary for task 2 as well ? :)
of course :-)
Does anyone have a summary for the openingtest? #daretoask
click on documents and search for the term practical. Use the one by anonymous its really good!
Thank you!!
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Does anyone know which procedure they used to determine one's grade in the exam? As in which number of mistakes corresponds to which grade?
I would like to know it, as well! that doesn't make sense at all.... a friend of mine has 3 mistakes and a 8, so probably they left out the 8.5. but then...still, I have 8 mistakes and a 6...really really weird!
I'm 100% sure that I failed the exam Functional Neuroanatomy, is someone up for doing a learning group to learn for the resit?
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Are these questions representative of the last year's exam??
If I remember correctly, these were the questions or the resit (which was shitty). The first exam was more manageable
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could you post the answers?
1) A 2) A 3) B 4) A & C 5) B
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you saved me
i am glad to hear that. :)
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same mistake here like in the other summary of math f: left hemisphere has INTRAhemispheric bias and right hemisphere has a INTERhemispheric bias
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You're a good boy :D
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when XYZ delivers <3
Damn son, that's ahellofa summary !!!
Does someone know the exact hierarchical organization of motor control ? Is the basal ganglia in the higher hierarchical level ?
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Gazzaniga and Bear used different hierarchies.. Bear: High levels --> Strategy (Basal Ganglia and Association cortex); Middle Level -->tactics (Motor Cortex and Cerebellum); Low level -->Execution (Brainstem and Spinal cord) Gazzaniga: high -->action purpose (cerebral cortex - PMA and association cortex); middle -->action plannning (M1, Brain stem, cerebellum, basal ganglia); low -->execution (motor neurons, interneurons)
Hank (one of the course coordinators) told us to put the basal ganglia into the Middle level of the hierarchy.
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Big Tea rules!
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This is HQ ! I think this is the first time I've come back to upvote something
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the limbic system arousal isn't caused by the ARAS; the ARAS is for the non-limbic which is also called ascending reticular activating system. The sentence was very confusing in the book: ''Therefore, the second kind of arousal from the core of the midbrain is a limbic system arousal, in contrast to the non- limbic arousal ((which is)) caused by stimulation of the ascending reticular activating system.''
Which summarys for functional can you recommend ?
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what about task 1? :D
Depends on what you like.. really complete with a context (mine ahah) or really brief summary, organised/desorganised, colours/black and white, ... :D
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page 5: point 2: graded inter and intrahemispheric connectivities: Each hemisphere has a bias -> left hemisphere has a bias towards INTRAhemispheric connectivity (not like in the text INTER). right hemisphere is correct
:D hauptsache das layout stimmt
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indirect pathway: cortex-caudate/putamen- globus pallidus EXTERNAL-...then it is right again
thank you... :)
I made a mistake: it is lower across unimodal areas and lowest across heteromodal areas :-)
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