Long Term Potentiation 12

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Long Term Potentiation 12/1/15 Priming, classical conditioning, reflexes= nondeclarative Semantic memory= general world knowledge, origin unknown, medial temporal lobe Memory palace General mnemonic strategy o Claustrum = claws if you claw = lose consciousness Peg systems o Technique to pre=memorize lists of mundane terms (numbers) via associating them with vivid imagery, that you can then commit to memory via an elaborative encoding strategy Width of the membrane
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Unformatted text preview: Thickness oF the spine Post synap±c density gets more dense ACTIN 2 receptors o AMPA ²uel For long term poten±a±on/ memory Amped up Listening For glutamate Constantly moving in/out oF post synap±c membrane o NMDA engine listening For glutamate prolong signal kick magnesium ion out morph over repeated ³rings engine oF learning/memory ac±n + receptors...
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