Lec15 - Memory Consolidation (LTM) Explicit memory Medial...

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Memory Consolidation (LTM)
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Explicit memory Implicit memory Facts (semantic) Events (episodic) Medial temporal lobe; diencephalon Procedural memory: (basal ganglia) Skeletal musculature (cerebellum) Classical conditioning Emotional Responses (amygdala) Priming (neocortex)
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4 Lobes of the brain (revisited)
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4 The hippocampus is located within the medial temporal lobe
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The hpc and surrounding cortical areas hippocampus entorhinal cortex
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c Word list Holiday Improve Discuss Friendly Telephone Mistake
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Meet H.M. Suffered from epilepsy Treatment was lesions of bilateral hippocampus and other MTL areas Had severe antergrade amnesia and some retrograde amnesia Retained working memory and procedural memory
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HM’s lesion - medial temporal lobectomy
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HM = no hippocampus, amygdala, overlying (rhinal) cortex normal hpc HM = no hpc, no rhinal ctx
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Retrograde vs. anterograde amnesia for HM, retrograde amnesia is approx. 2 yrs normal memory for remote events (childhood, etc) HM also has this Retrograde and anterograde amnesia can occur together or separately (HM has both) Birth Time Time of Trauma Today Birth Time Time of Trauma Today Percentage of normal memory
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Well-known symphony conductor 1985 - collapsed from encephalitis
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2010 for the course PSYC 1 taught by Professor Stuartantsis during the Spring '08 term at UCSD.

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