lecture 16 learning_memory 2

lecture 16 learning_memory 2 - 11/11/2008 Lecture 16 :...

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11/11/2008 1 Lecture 16 : Learning and Memory II Overview 1. Review 2 Types of memories 2. 3. Anatomy of learning and memory 4. Alzheimer’s disease Review Anorexia nervosa, bulumia nervosa, and binge eating are eating disorders that typically affect women. A distortion of body image and preoccupationg with gaining weight. Although they manifest differently, anorexia and bulimia have detrimental effects on the body Can distinguished between different types of learning: habituation, sensitization, pavlovian conditioning, and operant conditioning Habituation does not result from a decrease in sensory perception. Spatial learning is affected by lesions to the hippocampus. Information is sequentially stored from a sensory register to short term memory to long term memory.
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11/11/2008 2 Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) SYMPTOMS: — early symptoms include minor forgetfulness — later symptoms include serious memory loss, confusion, hallucinations,
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