5_MassiveDis - New Directions If memory is so diffuse and...

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New Directions If memory is so diffuse and hard to localize, how can we study its neurobiology?
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New Directions If memory is so diffuse and hard to localize, how can we study its neurobiology? Avoid the issue:
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New Directions If memory is so diffuse and hard to localize, how can we study its neurobiology? Avoid the issue: 1)Massive Interventions and Modulators 2)Analogous Processes (usually developmental 3)Simpler Nervous Systems
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Massive Interventions Goal -- Induce powerful learning that either causes large brain changes locally or changes over large regions. Then assess effects of interventions that affect overall brain function
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Powerful Learning: Active Avoidance--animal anticipates something aversive (shock) and does something (runs from bad area) to avoid it Learning pattern is clear Takes practice to learn
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Powerful Learning: Active Avoidance--animal anticipates something aversive (shock) and does something (runs from bad area) to avoid it
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2008 for the course PSYCH 3320 taught by Professor Devoogd, t during the Spring '07 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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5_MassiveDis - New Directions If memory is so diffuse and...

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