4125 Memory and Learning study guide 2010

4125 Memory and Learning study guide 2010 - 5. Describe the...

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4125 Integrative Physiology – Study guide for Memory and Learning 1. What is the definition of:“learning”; “associative-” and “non-associative-” learning; “memory”; “declarative-” and “procedural-” memory. 2. Describe Hebb’s Cell Assembly. b. what factors could hinder retrieval of memories? 3. Name the parts of the brain involved in the formation of: a. short- and long-term declarative memory; b. short- and long- term procedural memory. 4. Define “retrograde” , “anterograde” and “transient global” amnesia.
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Unformatted text preview: 5. Describe the effects of damage to the medial temporal lobe and the medial dorsal thalamus. 6. Describe Korsakoff’s syndrome. 7 Explain the role of the hippocampus in memory formation. 8. Define long-term potentiation and; b. describe the underlying neural mechanism 9. List the stages of Alzheimer’s Disease and; b. Describe the cellular (extra- and intra-) changes noted in Alzheimer’s disease....
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This note was uploaded on 10/14/2010 for the course ZOO 4125 taught by Professor Flanigan during the Fall '10 term at Univeristy of Wyoming- Laramie.

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