What is the main homeostatic mechanism? If you deviate from ______, compensatory action begins.
What is hypovolemic thirst?
Where in the brain would lesions cause overeating?
After you’ve eaten, what central signals are in your body to stop eating?
Lesions in what part of your brain would cause refusal to eat?
In hypertension, what hormone is inhibited?
Central signals to start eating include?
What are some peripheral signals to start eating?
What is osmotic thirst?
What neurons respond to a rise in blood osmotic pressure? Where are they found?
What are the five receptors for the somatosensory system?
What are the differences between the non-pain fibers?
What is "the light at the end of the candle"?
The inability to speak clearly is...?
What is the inability to sequence a complex motor act?
If someone can only say a few words, and they catch themselves becoming frustrated because they understand they aren't making sense, what do they have?
Someone who is happily speaking broken nonsense like they are content with what they are saying indicates they have what?
A total inability to speak or understand language is called what?
What is akinetopsia?