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The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of slifka:
/slɪfkə/

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  1. Dr. Laurie Slifka: All right. Hi, everyone. Thanks for coming today and Danny. As always, thank you so much for the warm welcome.
  2. Dr. Laurie Slifka: I always prepare myself to talk a little bit about myself. But you do such a nice job at the beginning. So thank you for that.
  3. Dr. Laurie Slifka: And so today we're going to talk about neuronal architecture and communication within neurons and and
  4. Dr. Laurie Slifka: There were some intricacies of this process that I did actually feel a little bit uncomfortable when when I was a graduate student in neuroscience, so hopefully this can help.
  5. Dr. Laurie Slifka: With your knowledge and with your teaching as well as Danny said, feel free to ask any questions, and I will certainly get to them at the end.
  6. Dr. Laurie Slifka: And an advanced. Please excuse any technological glitches. Um, I tried to do the best I can with this webinar platform but not perfect, so
  7. Dr. Laurie Slifka: I don't really think we have to go very far into this because Danny DID DO SUCH A NICE JOB.
  8. Dr. Laurie Slifka: Of introducing me, but I have a PhD in psychology, with an emphasis in behavioral neuroscience from the University of Missouri St. Louis.
  9. Dr. Laurie Slifka: I currently serve as a professor of graduate psychology at Kaiser University and work with PhD and masters students in both general psychology and industrial organizational psychology
  10. Dr. Laurie Slifka: I hate saying expertise, because I don't think I'm an expert. I think I know a lot about certain health conditions and these all may seem very diverse but
  11. Dr. Laurie Slifka: What they have in common is that they primarily impact.
  12. Dr. Laurie Slifka: The sub cortex. So if you take the brain and you flip it over, what you see is the sub cortical regions or the cortex. And these three conditions in particular, generally affect that region.
  13. Dr. Laurie Slifka: The way that I study these is through the use of neuropsychological testing, also known as cognitive testing. So giving people tests of their memory processing speed executive function so on.
  14. Dr. Laurie Slifka: And neuroimaging with a specific focus on structural neuroimaging and if we go even further as a fusion Tensor Imaging which maps the white matter pathways of the brain. We're going to talk more about what mattered surprise.
  15. Dr. Laurie Slifka: During this talk and hopefully you would find research interesting what I tell my students just kind of a silly joke is, if they're having insomnia or any trouble falling asleep. Here's my research profile, you want to
  16. Dr. Laurie Slifka: Read a little bit further.
  17. Dr. Laurie Slifka: About what I've done.
  18. Dr. Laurie Slifka: So I would like to provide a quick roadmap or overview. So everybody knows where we're going with this. So we're going to start off pretty basic.
  19. Dr. Laurie Slifka: Answering the question, what is a neuron imagine many of you know what a neuron is but
  20. Dr. Laurie Slifka: I'm going to review it anyways. And then we're going to talk about the architecture. So we're going to talk about the specific