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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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This note was uploaded on 03/16/2011 for the course PSYCH 115 taught by Professor Shaine during the Winter '07 term at UCLA.
- Winter '07
- Biological Psychology