(2) Memory II

(2) Memory II - 1. Episodic becomes autobiographical 2....

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(7.3,7.4) GP-L13: Memories Lost in Neuro-Space I. Types of Memory Stores a. Sensory i. Iconic (Sperling’s study) ii. Echoic iii. Kinetic b. Short-Term Memory c. Long-Term Memory (Engram) II. Process of Consolidation a. Retrograde Amnesia b. Retrograde Facilitation III. Who? What? Where? When? a. Childhood Amnesia i. Nelson’s “Explainer Bump”
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Unformatted text preview: 1. Episodic becomes autobiographical 2. Language for communication AND representation ii. Eyewitness Testimony 1. Loftus work 2. Memory Construction iii. Hypnosis (Fabrication) IV. The Hippocampus a. Case Study: Clive Wearing b. Procedural vs. Working c. Radial Arm Maze studies d. Mirror Star Tracing...
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(2) Memory II - 1. Episodic becomes autobiographical 2....

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