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Brain 101

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In This Presentation:

Background on the Brain

The Teenage Brain

How Drugs Affect the Brain

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Background on the Brain

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Brain Background

Different parts of the brain control different behaviors and different parts of our body Some parts of the brain do things without us thinking about while other behaviors we have more control over

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Brain Communication

Soma (cell body of the neuron)

Axon (communication channel)

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Brain Communication

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Electrical Signal

Synapses

Dendrites

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Brain Communication

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The Adolescent Brain: A Work in Progress

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The Adolescent Brain: Dispelling Some Myths

Yes, the adolescent brain is developing structurally But, it still functions!

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The Adolescent Brain: Dispelling Some Myths

Prefrontal Cortex

Physical Coordination

Back

Front

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Adolescent (and Young Adult) Brain

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Adult Brain

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The Adolescent Brain: Dispelling Some Myths

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Why is This Important?

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How Drugs Affect the Brain

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Drugs and the Brain

Drugs can affect the brain by: Stimulating the “reward pathway” of the brain 2) Copying the natural chemical messengers (neurotransmitters) in the brain

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Drugs and the Brain

Dopamine

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Reward Pathway

Drugs and the Brain

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Reward Pathway

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Drugs and the Brain

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Drugs and the Brain

Acetylcholine

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Denoble File #3: Earmuffs

Denoble File #3: Earmuffs

Arizona Department of Health Services

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Unit Quiz

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