H1 (91%) Comprehensive Bio Psych Notes (Lecture + Tutorial)
Subject notes for UniMelb PSYC20006
- Includes chronological notes for all 12 weeks, from lectures and tutorials, including key studies for each topic needed for the exam and assignments.
- Included a review for each assignment and the final exam after having done it, and have added tips for the final exam in key topics assessed.
- List of all topics covered:
Lecture 1-2: Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) General Methodology and Research Applications
Lecture 5-6: Electroencephalography (EEG) General Methodology and Research Applications
Lecture 7-8: Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) General methodology and biological basis of BOLD
Lecture 9-10: Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) Research examples
Statistics (Lecture 3-4): Statistical Hypothesis Testing in Biological Psychology
Memory (Lecture 11-14)
Lecture 11 -12 : Henry Molaison (HM) & the anatomy and neurobiology of memory and memory disorders
Lecture 13: Cognitive Theories of Memory and Memory Disorders
Lecture 14: Disorders of Memory (Case Study: Alzheimer’s disease)
Pharmacology (Lecture 15-20)
Lecture 15: Introduction to Neuropharmacology
Lecture 16: Glutamate and GABA
Lecture 17: Dopamine, Reward, Addiction and Parkinson’s Disease
Lecture 18: Noradrenaline, Arousal, Decisions and Anxiety
Lecture 19: Serotonin, Mood and Affective Disorders
Lecture 20: Peptides, Lipids, Nucleosides and Gasses
Neurogenetics (Lecture 21-24)
Lecture 21: Introduction to Neurogenetics
Lecture 22: Behavioural and Psychiatric Genetics I
Lecture 23: Behavioural and Psychiatric Genetics II
Lecture 24: Connecting Genes, Brain and Behaviour
* all information is organized well with diagrams from lectures and from own research to support.
** Notes are summarized & compiled from 1st draft of lecture and tutorial notes so nothing is left out or repeated.
Semester 1, 2019