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If sensitization is the opposite of habituation, and sensitization is adaptive, would habi

If sensitization is the opposite of habituation, and sensitization is adaptive, would habituation be considered maladaptive? Why or why not?

100) The blood-brain barrier protects the brain from harmful substances in the blood, but it also protects the brain from potentially therapeutic chemicals that may reduce the size of brain tumors by killing cancer cells, alleviate depression, and aid in patient recovery from stroke or spinal cord injury. Two methods are currently being rigorously researched to get these helpful chemicals past the blood-brain barrier. The two methods are termed "molecular Trojan Horse" and osmotic "blood-brain barrier disruption." Based on their names, hypothesize how these methods might allow chemicals to pass through the blood-brain barrier.

101) Angela is a student who listens attentively in class and recopies and elaborates on her notes from several textbooks the minute she gets home from school. She studies with a group that explains concepts to each other, and they write on a big blackboard while they work. She makes flashcards out of the few vocabulary terms she has a hard time keeping straight, and goes through those between classes and in spare moments. What kind(s) of memory are being developed by Angela, and by which methods?

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