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Carlson N.R. — Physiology of Behavior
Carlson N.R. — Physiology of Behavior



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Название: Physiology of Behavior

Автор: Carlson N.R.

Аннотация:

This edition introduces increased coverage of evolution and the human brain. Carlson's Seventh Edition of Physiology of Behavior continues its tradition as the most comprehensive, current, and teachable book for physiological psychology. This classic incorporates the latest discoveries in the rapidly changing fields of neuroscience and physiological psychology and offers the most comprehensive and integrative coverage of research and theory in contemporary behavioral neuroscience. Thoughtfully organized, it offers scholarly-yet-accessible coverage and effectively emphasizes the dynamic interaction between biology and behavior. Collaboration with a talented artist has provided beautiful, accurate, and informative full-color illustrations that further enhance the appeal to both students and professors alike. Includes a FREE Neuroscience Animations CD-ROM.


Язык: en

Рубрика: Психология/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Издание: seventh edition

Год издания: 2001

Количество страниц: 699

Добавлена в каталог: 16.03.2007

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Предметный указатель
$\alpha$-Methyl p-tyrosine      530
$\alpha$-Methyl-4-carboxyphenylglycine, effect on glutamate receptors      123f
$\alpha$-Methyl-5-HT, effects on serotonergic synapses      122f
$\alpha$-MSH      See $\alpha$-Melanocyte-stimulating hormone
(+)-S 14297, effect on dopaminergic synapses      117t
2,5-AM      399
2-AG      See 2-Arachidonyl glycerol
2-Arachidonyl glycerol (2-AG)      127
2-Deoxyglucose (2-DG)      146—147 148 299 397—398
2-DG      See 2-Deoxyglucose
2-Methyl-5-HT, effects on serotonergic synapses      122f
5-HIAA      548
5-HIAA, and susceptibility to drug abuse      606
5-HT      See Serotonin
5-HTP (5-hydroxytryptophan)      119 120f
5-Hydroxytryptamine (5-HT)      See Serotonin
5-Hydroxytryptophan (5-HTP)      119 120f
5-TG      400
5a Reductase      307
6-HD      See 6-Hydroxydopamine
6-Hydroxydopamine (6-HD)      133—134
7-OH-DPAT      589
7-OH-DPAT, effect on dopaminergic synapses      117f
8-OH-DPAT, effect on serotonergic synapses      122f
a-Fetoprotein      316
a-Melanocyte-stimulating hormone (a-MSH)      417 422t
Abducens nerve      92f
Abe H.      298
Abe M.      410
Abel E.L.      599
Abercrombie H.C.      551
Ablation      See Experimental ablation
Abrahamov A.      127
Absorptive phase, of metabolism      395f 396 397
Acamprosate      608—609
Accessory olfactory bulb      317 318 318f
Accommodation, of eyes      163
Acetyl-CoA      110 111
Acetylcholine (ACh)      57 109—112
Acetylcholine (ACh), and arousal      284
Acetylcholine (ACh), and perceptual learning      448 449 450
Acetylcholine (ACh), and sleep      288 289 291
Acetylcholine (ACh), biosynthesis of      110 111f
Acetylcholine (ACh), components of      110
Acetylcholine (ACh), deactivation of      111 111f
Acetylcholine (ACh), during REM sleep, measuring      149
Acetylcholine (ACh), localization in brain      154 155f
Acetylcholine (ACh), postsynaptic potential produced by      57
Acetylcholine (ACh), secretion of      93
Acetylcholine receptors      112
Acetylcholine receptors, nicotine and stimulation of      597
Acetylcholinergic neurons      109—110 110f
Acetylcholinergic neurons, and arousal      284
Acetylcholinergic neurons, and hippocampal activity      490—491 491f
Acetylcholinergic neurons, and REM sleep      288f 288—289 290 292f
Acetylcholinergic neurons, drugs affecting      110—111 112f
Acetylcholinesterase (AChE)      57 111 111f
Acetylcholinesterase inhibitors      153
ACh      See Acetylcholine
AChE      See Acetylcholinesterase
Achromatopsia      186
Acquired dyslexia      518—519
Acral lick dermatitis      564
ACTH      See Adrenocorticotropic hormone
Actin      244
Actin filaments, in auditory cilia      205 207 209f
Actin filaments, in muscle contraction      244 245f
Actin filaments, in muscle fiber      244f
Action potential      28 40 41 41f
Action potential, all-or-none law      47
Action potential, conduction of      46f 46—48
Action potential, in dendrites      432—433
Action potential, in muscle contraction      245 246f
Action potential, movements of ions during      44—45 45f
Action potential, production of      44—46
Action potential, rate law      47 47f
Activational effect, of hormones      306
Activational effect, of hormones, on aggressive behavior      365 365f 367
Activational effect, of hormones, on men's sexual behavior      321—322
Activational effect, of hormones, on women's sexual behavior      320—321
Acupuncture, analgesic effects of      229
Adachi A.      380 390
Adams D.B.      320
Adams H.P.      499
Adams J.B.      560
Adams R.D.      467 502
Adams W.      535—536
Adamson K.L      597
Adaptation, to ambient temperature      224
Adaptation, to pressure      223
Adaptive traits      12f 12—13 13f
Addiction      583—590
Addiction, dopamine release and      586
Addiction, heredity and      603—606
Addiction, physical vs. psychological      584
Addiction, therapy for      606—609
Adenosine      127
Adenosine triphosphate (ATP)      32
Adenosine triphosphate (ATP), in sodium-potassium pump      43—44
Adenosine triphosphate (ATP), pain receptors sensitive to      224—225
Adenosine triphosphate (ATP), production of      399
Adenosine, and sleep control      283 287
Adey W.R.      278
Adieh H.B.      336
Adipose tissue      394
Adipose tissue, brown      417
Adipose tissue, satiety signals from      403—405
Adipose tissue, white      417
Adipsia      384
Adler N.T.      315
Adolph E.E.      388
Adolphs R.      354—355
Adoption studies      158—159
Adoption studies, of alcoholism      604
Adoption studies, of schizophrenia      529
Adrenal glands and immune system      578 579f
Adrenal medulla      93
Adrenalin      See Epinephrine
Adrenergic receptors      118
Adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH)      570
Advokat C.      420
Affective disorders      544—555
Afferent axons      90 91f
Afferent axons, in cochlear nerve      208
Afferent axons, tracing      140—141 141f 142f
Affinity      102
Afterimage, negative      175 175f
Agamanolis J.      477
Aggressive behavior      361—369
Aggressive behavior, alcohol and      364 368—369 369f
Aggressive behavior, hormonal control of      364—369
Aggressive behavior, in females      366—367
Aggressive behavior, in males      365
Aggressive behavior, maternal      367
Aggressive behavior, neural control of      362—364
Aggressive behavior, serotonin and inhibition of      363f 363—364
Aghajanian G.K.      549 593
Agmo A.      593
Agnosia      189
Agnosia, auditory      217
Agnosia, for movement      194
Agnosia, tactile      226 226f
Agnosia, visual      189—193 195
Agnosia, visual, apperceptive      189—191
Agnosia, visual, associative      189 191—193 192f
Agnosia, visual, vs. purealexia      517
Agonist (muscle)      251
Agonist(s)      104 105 106f
Agonist(s), direct      105 107f
Agonist(s), indirect      106 107f
Agoraphobia      559
Agouti mouse      416—417
Agouti-related protein (ARP)      417 421t
Agrammatism      499—500
Agrammatism, causes of      502
Aguilar-Roblero R.      299
Aimers W.      52
Akhtar S.      560
Akil H.      587
Akil M.      541
Akinetic mutism      350
Alam M.N.      287
Albers H.E.      298
Albrecht D.G.      177—178
Albright T.D.      193
Albumin      101
Albumin, and depot binding of drugs      100 100f
Alcohol      598—601
Alcohol, and aggression      364 368—369 369f
Alcohol, and memory deficits      490—491
Alcohol, and withdrawal symptoms      600
Alcohol, anxiolytic effect of      599 601
Alcohol, discovery of      583
Alcohol, harmful effects of      598—599 599f
Alcohol, reinforcing effect of      599
Alcohol, sites of action of      600—601
Alcoholism, and Korsakoff's syndrome      467—468
Alcoholism, animal models of      605f 605—606
Alcoholism, binge drinking      604 604f 605
Alcoholism, heritability of      603—604
Alcoholism, steady drinking      604f 604—605
Alcoholism, treatment of      607—609
Aldosterone      376 570
Aldosterone, and fluid balance      376 376f 381
Aldosterone, and salt appetite      383 387—388
Aldrich M.S.      294
Alexander G.M.      321
Alexander M.R.      521
Alexia, pure      515—518 516f 526f
Alger B.E.      228
Alkire M.T.      476
All-or-none law      47
Allison D.B.      415
Allman J.M      76 193
Allylglycine      124
Aloe L.      269
Alpha activity      271—272 272f
Alpha motor neurons      243 244 244f 249 250
Altschuler H.L.      601
Alvarez E.      550
Alzheimer's disease, first sings of      448
Amacrine cells      164—165 165f
Amaral D.G.      234 472 477
American Sign Language (ASL)      511
Amiloride      232
Amino acids, as neurotransmitters      121—125
Amino acids, in metabolism      398
Amino acids, lesions produced with      133
Amir S.      298
Amnesia, anterograde      467—482 468f 491
Amnesia, retrograde      467 468f 481
AMPA receptors      121 431
AMPA receptors, long-term depression and      440
AMPA receptors, long—term potentiation and      434—435 435f
AMPA, effect on glutamate receptors      123t
Amphetamine      115 594—597
Amphetamine, abuse, treatment for      607
Amphetamine, and arousal      284
Amphetamine, and dopamine release      532 532f
Amphetamine, and schizophrenia symptoms      530 531
Amphetamine, long-term effects on brain      595 595f
Amphibians      14
AMPT      114 117 117f
Ampulla      218 219f
Amyes E.W.      350
Amygdala      81 82f 341 341f
Amygdala, and aggressive behavior      363 363f
Amygdala, and anxiety disorders      345—346
Amygdala, and conditioned emotional response      342 343—344 450—151 451f 472
Amygdala, and conditioned reinforcement      460—161
Amygdala, and emotional recognition      354—355
Amygdala, and emotional responses      341—347 346f 472
Amygdala, and sexual behavior      319
Amygdala, and withdrawal symptoms      593
Amygdala, basal nucleus of      340 341 341f
Amygdala, benzodiazepine receptors in      345
Amygdala, central nucleus of      340 341 341f 342f
Amygdala, lateralfbasolateral nuclei of      340 341 341f
Amygdala, lesions of, effects of      346 349—350
Amygdala, medial      See Medial nucleus of amygdala
Amygdala, sexual dimorphism in      329
Anabolic steroids, and aggressiveness      368
Analgesia, biological significance of      228—229
Analgesia, neural circuits producing      227—228 228f
Analytical organs      202
Anand B.K.      407
Anandamide      127 601
Anapsids      14 15f
Ancoli-Israel S.      292
Andersen R.A.      193
Anderson A.K.      355
Anderson C.H.      185
Anderson R.H.      325 328
Anderson-Hunt M.      321
Andersson B.      379
Andreasen N.C      528
Andres K.H.      222
Androgen insensitivity syndrome      308 308f 309 323—324
Androgen(s)      307 311 311t
Androgen(s), activational effects of      365 365f 367
Androgen(s), and aggression      365 365 366 366f 367—369
Androgen(s), organizational effects of      316f 316—317 365 365f 366
Androgen(s), prenatal, and sexual orientation      322—324
Androstenedione, effects of      311f
Androstenol      319
Angel dust      See PCP (phencyclidine)
Angiotensin      126 381 384
Angiotensin, and food-related drinking      382
Angiotensin, and salt appetite      383 387 388
Angiotensin, as transmitter substance      386
Angiotensin, effects of      381 384 410
Angiotensin, receptors, location of      385—386
Angiotensin, site of action      384 385f
Angiotensinogen      381
Angrilli A.      346
Animal research, ethical issues in      20—21
Animism      2
Anions      42
Anions, organic      42—43 43f
Annies R.      600
Anomia      500 509
Anomia, fluent      510
Anomic aphasia      509—511 514f 521
Anorexia nervosa      419—420
Anoxia, and hippocampal damage      477 478f
ANP      See Atrial natriuretic peptide
ANS      See Autonomic nervous system
Antagonist (muscle)      251
Antagonist(s)      104 105 106f
Antagonist(s), direct      105 107f
Antagonist(s), indirect      106 107f
Antagonist-precipitated withdrawal      593
Anterior      64 65f
Anterior cingulate cortex, and pain perception      226—227 227f
Anterior commissure, sexual dimorphism, in      324
Anterior pituitary gland      84 85f
Anterograde      33
Anterograde amnesia      467—482 468f 491
Anterograde amnesia, anatomy of      475—480
Anterograde amnesia, and confabulation      480—181
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