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Unformatted text preview: Old, previously learned information interferes with ability to remember new information Retroactive interference New information interferes with ability to remember old information Explicit/declarative Information that we are aware of; conscious recall Types: Semantic: generalized knowledge of facts, concepts, ect. Episodic: memory for specific event Brain structure: hippocampus Implicit/non-declarative Memory that influences behavior w/o requiring conscious recognition that one is using a memory Types: Procedural: how-to Conditioning Prim ing Brain structure: cerebellum Amnesia Loss of memory Retrograde: loss of memory before event; retrieval problem Anterograde: loss of memory after event; encoding problem...
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- Fall '10
- Memory processes, ive Informat ion, new informat ion, plicit/non-declarat ive Memory