Psych 304 Lecture Notes - March 3rd

Psych 304 Lecture Notes - March 3rd - Psych 304 Lecture...

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Psych 304 Lecture Notes March 3 rd , 2009 1. 2. Tentative Memory Taxonomy 3. Candidate Brain Regions for Memory 4. Sources of Memory Loss 5. A Case of Total Recall (person who never forgets anything) 6. 7. Cellular Mechanisms of Learning In Aplysia – Habituation - Sensitization 8. LTP Model in Hippocampus (don’t know if this happens physiologically) Pg. 559-561 in textbook (about eye-blinking conditioning in rabbits): NOT ON EXAM Neuroplasticity: - the ability of the nervous system to change in response to experience or the environment - synapses can be added or pruned hourly - dendritic arborizations grow or regress over several hours - new neurons can be added or deleted over days Learning: - learning refers to the process by which experience changes our nervous system, and hence our behavior - these changes are referred to as memories Different Forms of Learning: 1. Perceptual Learning (goes through the sensory system; senses to sensory cortices
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This note was uploaded on 05/09/2009 for the course PSYC 304 taught by Professor Comeau during the Spring '08 term at The University of British Columbia.

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