Memory_07 - ability to recall with time (forgetting) Memory...

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Two Kinds of Memory Declarative (Explicit) Language, Abstract Thought Requires a Conscious Record Temporal Lobe, Hippocampus, LTP Non-Declarative (Implicit) New Motor and Sensory Skills Habituation, Sensitization, Basal Ganglion, Cerebellum, Pre-S-Facilitation
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Memory Two stages STM Hours to weeks Enhanced synapses LTM Weeks to years New synapses
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Sensory Input STM LTM Conscious Recall Sensory Output MEMORY
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Associative Learning
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Pre-Synaptic Facilitation
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Long-Term Potentiation
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Long-Term Potentiation
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Memory Gradual loss of all stored information or the
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Unformatted text preview: ability to recall with time (forgetting) Memory is enhanced by repetition or refreshing Memories are widely distributed throughout the cortex (sensory association cortex) Deficits are seldom the result of localized lesions, but rather the ability of the rest of the cortex to compensate Hippocampus Defects produce STM defects Old memories are preserved EST disrupts recent memories more than long term memories Neural Cliques Memory Code Alzheimers Disease Memory Enhancers...
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