learning%20and%20memory%202007%20with%20annotations

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Learning and memory capacity is enormous
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But we don’t remember enormous numbers of things
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Types of Memory
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A Circuit for Declarative Memory Formation and Storage
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Working Memory and Prefrontal Cortex
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Prefrontal activity and working memory
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Human Prefrontal Lesions Wisconsin card sorting task
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Working Memory - Insights from Rat Navigation Expts
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Place Cells
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Place Fields are Dynamic
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Place cells in humans too?
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Place cells in humans too?
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Where is Working Memory? Sensory input Sensory systems Prefrontal cortex
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Rat studies teach us the value of sleep
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Hippocampus activity awake and asleep
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Rats : in the hippocampus and cerebral cortex, there is a replay of learned events during REM and slow wave sleep Humans : amount of REM and slow wave sleep correlates with subsequent enhancement of performance on learned tasks A key role for sleep in learning enhancement
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Amnesia and Consolidation
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Amnesia
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Patient H.M.- amnesia from medial temporal lesions
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course NEUR 10 taught by Professor Stein/paradiso during the Fall '07 term at Brown.

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