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memory4192010bb - Who? What? I did What? Learning and...

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Unformatted text preview: Who? What? I did What? Learning and memory Review:  Abstract things like a bed or nest can be represented by cells in where? › Hippocampus  According to Sherrington, memory storage may be represented by changes in ? › Synapses  What types of changes? › Physiological and structural Review  Define Hebbian synapse? › Grows stronger if when A fires B › Weaker when A fails to fire B  Define LTP › Increased responsiveness following stimulation; A b, A B  LTP is our best model for _______. › LTM  The potentiation at a synapse requires the sequential activation of ________ & LTP: Signaling Sequence LTP: Signaling Sequence Lets take another look at Memory formation 1. Glutamate release 2. AMPA followed by NMDA activation 3. Ca++ influx 4. CaMKII activation 1. > AMPA # and/or sensitivity Memory formation 5. Retrograde NO release 1. > glutamate release 6. Altered gene transcription 7. Protein synthesis 8. LTP Is LTP really responsible for...
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This note was uploaded on 02/24/2011 for the course PSYC 460 taught by Professor Lawrence during the Spring '10 term at South Carolina.

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memory4192010bb - Who? What? I did What? Learning and...

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