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Psychoneuroimmunology

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Psychoneuroimmunology is the branch of science that deals with the interactions between environmental stimuli, the nervous system and the
Immune system busy.

For a long time it was assumed that the immune system serves to recognize and defend against harmful foreign substances and that it works largely independently. The fact that this is not the case is taken into account by the research direction of psychoneuroimmunology.

Function of the immune system: Eliminating pests
Requirement: their recognition by surface molecules (proteins) the so-called antibodies (anatomical components of the immune system)
The lymph vessels return fluids to the circulatory system.
The other organs of the lymphatic system can be divided into 2 types:
1. Structures that trap “foreign” molecules and particles, e.g. B. spleen, lymph nodes, appendix, tonsils.
2. Structures in which leukocytes develop e.g. B. Bone marrow and thymus

Non-specific defense mechanisms:
has 2 "lines of defense":
 the 1st line of defense (skin and mucous membranes) hinders most
Pathogens from entering the body
 The 2nd line of defense uses killer cells, antibacterial proteins, and triggers inflammatory reactions to fight off pathogens that were able to cross the 1st line of defense.

→ These defense mechanisms are referred to as unspecific, as they are e.g. B. not directed against a specific (certain) bacterial strain. They do not change the way they work and they are innate.
→ The body's unspecific defense mechanism is mainly based on phagocytosis. (i.e .: absorption of invaded germs by certain types of white blood cells) ........
https://www.students.uni-marburg.de/~Nauj/downloads/02. Semester / biopsy / pinel.pdf

This text is from a summary of a book on BIOPSYCHOLOGY by John Pinel:


Table of Contents:

(1) Biopsychology as Neuroscience - Page 03
Elena Lauer
(2) Evolution, Genetics, Experience - Page 06
André Dahlinger
(3) Nervous System Anatomy - page 15
Fabian Lamster
(4) Nerve conduction and synaptic transmission - page 24
Lena Milch, Felicitas Tschenett
(5) The research methods of biopsychology - page 28
Sebastian Henze
(6) Human brain damage and animal models - page 33
Nina Riechert, Eva Maria Löhr
(7) The visual cortex - not relevant for the exam
Mascha Schindler for the email to Mr. Schwarting
(8) Mechanisms of perception, of consciousness - page 44
Robert Sielski
(9) The sensorimotor system - page 56
Bianka Breyer, Carolin Becker
(10) Food Intake - page 63
Johanna Löchner
(11) Hormones and Sexuality - page 69
Jo Nau
(12) Sleep, Dream and Circadian Rhythms - Page 75
Kathrin Keller, Christina Feussner
(13) Drug Addiction and Enhancement Systems in the Brain - Page 90
Camilla Ermert
(14) Memory and Amnesia - Page 101
Amelie Grille
(15) Neural Plasticity - Page 108
Sylvia Heil, Barbara Kupracz
(16) Lateralization, Language, and Split Brain - Page 120
Mareike Rothe
17) Emotions, Stress, and Mental Disorders - Page 127
Matthias Dönges
(18) Psychoneuroimmunology - page 135
Serif Yildiz
https://www.students.uni-marburg.de/~Nauj/downloads/02. Semester / biopsy / pinel.pdf

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