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Unformatted text preview: Audio Recording ... Audio recording started: 12:32 PM Tuesday, March 08, 2011 Maladaptive fear: phobia/ Post traumatic stress disorder-Heavy resilience: able to adapt well and function normally in society after traumatic event (look at genetics LEARNING AND MEMORY Semantic: Episodic Declarative- (coded in medial temporal lobe)- Nondeclarative: procedural skills in (striatum)- Takes place in the neocortex Priming: previous exposure - Learned to blink to avoid puff of air in eyeball Skeletal musculature (cerebellum) Simple classical conditioning: emotional responses (amygdala)- Stimulate with electrode to cause reflex on bunnies leg, he will habituate and eventually stopped reflexing Nonassociative learning: reflex pathway- Long term memory Suffered medial temporal lobe seizure- A doctor removed the site of where the epilepsy was occuring (in 1953)- Discovered different types of memory Ie remember 90403 and read a paragraph and asked to recall the numbers, but would not be able to remember anything He had retrograde amnesia (remembered things in the past but cannot remember new declarative memory) Hippocampus, parahippocampus, amygdala removed- Look at mirror to trace the mirror image No memory of performing the task but learned how to do it He was abled to be primed (nondeclarative- implicit) He was also able to learn eye blink (simple classical conditioning) HM (what he was still able to do) : reflexive pathway was normal, can form new procedural skills...
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