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10.02.08 Memory - MEMORY AND COGNITION Click to edit Master...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 11/4/09 MEMORY AND COGNITION 10/02/2008
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11/4/09 MEMORY RESIDUE OF ALL EXPERIENCES KEY TO THINKING AND PROBLEM SOLVING HELPS DEFINE WHO WE ARE
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11/4/09 BIOLOGY OF MEMORY HIPPOCAMPUS: IMPORTANT IN THE LAYING DOWN OF NEW MEMORY ESSENTIAL FOR FORMING DECLARITIVE MEMORY OR CONSCIOUS LEARNING AS WE AGE MAY LOSE ~20% OF NERVE CELLS RESPONSIBLE FOR CHANGES IN BLOOD PRESSURE FRONTAL LOBES: EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONING
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11/4/09 INFORMATION PROCESSING MODEL SENSORY INPUT -> SHORT TERM/WORKING -> LONG TERM
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11/4/09 EXTERNAL STIMULUS MUST APREHEND STIMULI VIA SENSORY SYSTEM VISUAL AUDITORY TACTILE (TOUCH)
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11/4/09 SENSORY MEMORY SENSORY MEMORY ATTENTION IS KEY INFORMATION IS HELD VERY BRIEFLY, UNLESS EFFORT IS MADE TO KEEP IT SENSORY MEMORY AND AGING SHOWS LITTLE CHANGE WITH NORMAL AGING
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11/4/09 SHORT TERM/WORKING MEMORY TEMPORARY STORAGE HOLDS AND PROCESSES INFORMATION CAPACITY OF SHORT TERM MEMORY 5-9 ITEMS HELD FOR 30 SECONDS UNLESS ADDITIONAL EFFORT IS MADE
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