PSY 345 Week 5 Perception Of Pleasure And Pain Presentation

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PERCEPTION OF PLEASURE AND PAIN

PSY 345

INTRO

PLEASURE AND PAIN

Dopamine SystemOpioid System Orbal Frontal Cortex

Pleasure & Pain

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CUTANEOUS SYSTEM

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Fig. 1 Cutaneous System. (2008) [image] U of W

CUTANEOUSSYSTEMRECEPTORS

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SA RECEPTORS – SLOWLY ADAPTING FIBERSRA RECEPTORS- RAPIDLY ADAPTING FIBERS

Fig. 2 Mechanoreceptors. (2008) [image] U of W.

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A Diagram and Description of the Function of the Somatosensory Cortex

Somatosensory CortexCutaneous SensesResponsible for perceptions such as touch and pain that are usually caused by stimulation of the skin.Proprioception The ability to sense the position of the body and limbs.KinesthesisThe ability to sense the movement of the body and limbs

Fig. 3 Somatosensory Cortex. (2014) [image] Goldstein.

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Cortex Mapping of the Body Parts

Fig. 4 Mapping. (2014) [image] Goldstein. .

Somatosensory System/Cortex

Helps the body to perceive pain. Relays information regarding touch and temperature as well

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Pleasure A feeling of happiness, enjoyment, and satisfaction.PainA distressed feeling caused by intense or damaging stimuli.

How do we perceive Pleasure and Pain?

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Examples of Damage to the Cutaneous System

Atopic Dermatitis

Psoriasis

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Fig. 6 Eczema Arms (2015) [image] Childs & Ross.

Fig. 7 Psoriasis. (2014) [image] New Treatment Options

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PsoriasisAtopic EczemaUrticariaVitiligoSkin CancerCutaneous Lupus Erythematosus

Fig. 8 Psoriasis. (2016) [image] Levine.Fig. 9 Atopic eczema. (2014) [image] Morris.Fig. 10 Urticaria.(2016) [image] AAAA&IFig. 11 Vitiligo. (2016) [image] Naturally Healthy Skin websiteFig. 12 Skin cancer (2016) [image] Cancer.orgFig. 13 Lupus patient (2003) [image] DermQuest website

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How damage to the Cutaneous System can affect the Quality of Life?I

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Fig 5. Quality of Life. (2006.) [image] Lasik Eye Surgery Connection Website

Individuals with cutaneous damage experience various stigmatizations such as:1. Constant stares from other people2. Avoidance from other people3. Fear from other people because they fear possible infection.4. Disgusting looks and attitudes from other people5. Embarrassment, shame, depression low self esteem, impaired personal relationships (Schmid-Ott, 2010) (Batalla, A, et al, 2012).

Conclusion

Cutaneous SystemSomatosensory System

Damage to the SkinQuality of Life

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ReferencesFigure 1. Cutaneous System. (2008) [image] University of Washington. Retrieved from: http://courses.washington.edu/psy333/lecture_pdfs/chapter14_Cutaneous.pdfFigure 2. Mechanoreceptors. (2008) [image] University of Washington. Retrieved from: http://courses.washington.edu/psy333/lecture_pdfs/chapter14_Cutaneous.pdfFigure 3 & 4. Somatosensory System & Mapping. (2014) [image] Goldstein, E.B. Sensation and Perception 9th ed. Wadsworth. Cengage Learning. Univ. of Phoenix e-Book collection.Figure 5. Quality of Life. (2003) [image] Lasik Eye Surgery Connection Website. Retrieved from: http://www.lasikeyesurgerycorrection.com/LASIK-Quality-Life-Project.htmlFigure 6. Eczema Arms. (2015) [image] Childs, B. & Ross, C. Pimecrolimus effective first-line treatment for atopic dermatitis. Retrieved from: http://www.2minutemedicine.com/Figure 7. Psoriasis. (2013) [image] New Treatment Options. Causes & Symptoms of Psoriasis and How To Treat Psoriasis. Retrieved from: https://youtu.be/dQ_4EkmV1tMFigure 8. Psoriasis. (2016) [image] Levine, N. MedicineNet website. Retrieved from: http://www.medicinenet.com/psoriasis_pictures_slideshow/article.htm

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ReferencesFigure 9. Atopic eczema. (2014) [image] Eczema Expert website. Morris, J. Retrieved from: http://www.eczemaexpert.org/atopic-eczemaFigure 10. Urticaria. (2016) [image] American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology website. Retrieved from: https://www.aaaai.org/about-aaaai/newsroom/photo-gallery/photos—graphics–urticaria-and-angioedemaFigure 11. Vitiligo. (2016) [image] Naturally Healthy Skin website. Retrieved from: http://www.naturallyhealthyskin.org/skin-conditions/vitiligo/Figure 12. Skin cancer (2016) [image] Cancer.org website. Retrieved from: http://www.cancer.org/cancer/skincancer/galleries/skin-cancer-imagesFigure 13. Lupus patient. (2003) [image] DermQuest website. Retrieved from: https://www.dermquest.com/m/image-library/image/5044bfcfc97267166cd620e2?_id=5044bfcfc97267166cd620e2

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ReferencesBatalla, A, Garcia-Doval, I, Peon, G., de la Torre, C. (2012). A quality of life study of cutaneous lupus erythematosus. Retrieved from: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23787361Dougherty, P. (1997). Chapter 2: somatosensory systems. University of Texas Neuroscience online textbook. Retrieved from: http://neuroscience.uth.tmc.edu/s2/chapter02.htmlFilms on Demand. Pleasure and pain [Video file]. (2010). Retrieved from: http://fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=18566&xtid=43514Gleveckas-Martens, N. (2013). Somatosensory system anatomy. Emedicine.com website article. Retrieved from: http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/1948621-overview#a1Goldstein, E.B. (2014) Sensation and perception 9th ed. Wadsworth. Cengage Learning. University of Phoenix e-Book collection.NIH (2016). Pain. U.S. National Library of Medicine Medline Plus article. Retrieved from: https://medlineplus.gov/pain.htmlSchmid-Ott, G. (2008). Skin Disorders And Quality Of Life. Retrieved from http://cirrie.buffalo.edu/encyclopedia/en/article/152/University of Washington. (2008). The cutaneous system. Chapter 14 Lecture. Retrieved from: http://courses.washington.edu/psy333/lecture_pdfs/chapter14_Cutaneous.pdf

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