Neurowissenschaft und Verhalten – biologisch-physiologische Grundlagen

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Zusammenfassung

Kapitel 2 befasst sich sodann mit Aufbau und Funktion des Zentralnervensystems, das eine wesentliche Grundlage zum Verständnis tierischen und menschlichen Verhaltens sowie auch klinisch neuropsychologischer Störungsbilder darstellt. Zu dieser Verhaltensphysiologie gehören auch die genetischen Grundlagen, die später insbesondere in den Kapiteln über Lernen und Gedächtnis wieder aufgegriffen werden. Zugleich bildet das Kapitel die Verknüpfung zu den benachbarten und im Bachelor- bzw. Master-Studiengang gesondert vorgesehenen (neurowissenschaftlichen) Teilgebieten der Biologischen Psychologie und Psychophysiologie

Die nachfolgenden Kapitel widmen sich problemäquivalent den klassischen Inhalten der Allgemeinen Psychologie und ihren Weiterentwicklungen. Dabei hat die Betrachtung von Prozessen der Wahrnehmung, das heißt Reizaufnahme und Reizverarbeitung mit ihren Auswirkungen auf Erleben und Verhalten, von je her einen besonderen Stellenwert und Umfang eingenommen. Dieser Tatsache, die sich auch zumeist in der universitären Lehre widerspiegelt, trägt unsere ausführliche Darstellung der Wahrnehmung Rechnung.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Allgemeine Psychologie I und IIUniversität MünsterMünsterDeutschland
  2. 2.Fakultät für HumanwissenschaftenMedical School HamburgHamburgDeutschland

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