Graduate School Notes

Here are some notes that I want to make publicly available for anyone interesting in gaining a skillset necessary for graduate school statistics, neuro-anatomy, and systems neuroscience.

(There are just notes that I’ve taken and sometimes full summaries of book chapter)

NEUROPSYCHOLOGY OF PERCEPTION
Neuropsychology of Perception I
A brief set of notes providing summaries on apperceptive agnosia, associative agnosia, prosopagnosia, visuomotor deficits( Balint’s syndrome, simultagnosia, occulomotor apraxia, and optic ataxia), hemineglect (object, representational, and hemifield), Attention(overt, covert, controlled, automatic, selection of attention, endogenous and exogenous cueing), Marr’s Theory, Dorsal and Ventral pathways, and Category-Specific Processing. This includes, but is not limited to, discussions on superior parietla lobule, posterior parietal, magnocellular pathways, parvocellular pathways, Temporal Visual areas ( inferotemporal and fusiform gyri), MT, V1, V4, LOC, FFA, OFA.

STATISTICS

Intro To Statistics I

Intro to Statistics II

Advanced Psychological Statistics I

Advanced Psychological Statistics II

Regression for Psychology I

Regression for Psychology  II

Regression for Psychology  III

NEURO-ANATOMY

(These are particular chapter summaries from a book by John Nolte, named The Human Brain: An Introduction to it’s Functional Anatomy)

Nolte Chapter 1 – Introduction to the nervous system

Nolte Chapter 2 – Development of the nervous System

Nolte Chapter 3 – Gross Anatomy and General Organization of the Central Nervous System and Peripheral Nervous System

Nolte Chapter 4 – Meningeal Coverings of the Brain and Spinal Cord

Nolte Chapter 5 – Ventricles and Cerebrospinal Fluid

Nolte Chapter 6- Blood Supply of the Brain

Nolte Chapter 9- Sensory Receptors and the Peripheral Nervous System

Nolte Chapter 10 – Spinal Cord

Nolte Chapter 11 – Organization of the Brainstem

Nolte Chapter 12 – Cranial Nerves and Their Nuclei

Nolte Chapter 14 – Hearing and Balance: The Eighth Cranial Nerve

Nolte Chapter 16 – The Thalamus and Internal Capsule: Getting to and from the Cerebral Cortex

Nolte Chapter 17: The Visual System

Nolte Chapter 18-: Overview of Motor Systems

Nolte Chapter 19 – Basal Ganglia

Nolte – Chapter 20 – Cerebellum

Nolte Chapter 21- Control of Eye Movements

Nolte Chapter 22 – Cerebral Cortex

Nolte Chapter 23 – Drives and Emotions: The Hypothalamus and Limbic System

Nolte Chapter 24 – Limbic System: Hippocampus

 

SYSTEMS NEUROSCIENCE

Systems Neuroscience I

Systems Neuroscience II

Systems Neuroscience III

 

 

 

 

 

 

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