BM Lesson 3

BM Lesson 3 - and the cerebellum Listeningactivate temporal...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 4/15/11 Brain Matters Pay Attention!
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4/15/11 Exercise: Tai Chi Cheng Man-ch’ing form
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4/15/11 Review from last week Practicing names with faces—what did you find? Any continuing teeth-brushing non-dominant hand?
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4/15/11 This week Practice reading out loud with a friend Do you notice a difference in retention?
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4/15/11 Brain Regions activated Information moves from primary cortical regions > hippocampus in middle of temporal lobe Processes of retention that transform memory into a permanent stored memory take place here Brain damage in hippocampus > no new memories No single locus for a permanent memory-- interactive
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4/15/11 Brain Regions activated cont’d Reading silently—activate circuits in the back of the brain in the primary visual cortex, and in left hemisphere Reading aloud—activate the anterior parts of the brain in the left and right hemispheres,
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Unformatted text preview: and the cerebellum Listeningactivate temporal lobe in the left and right hemisphere (auditory cortex), and some anterior regions 4/15/11 Enhancing Attention with Visualization When visualizing, attempt to use other senses Eg., for candy, think about texture, smell For a place, think about the temperature, sounds This also helps to focus attention 4/15/11 Sin of Absent Mindedness Dr. Daniel Schacter, Seven Sins of Memory Lapses in attention > failing to remember poorly registered info or overlooked info Glasses example Easy to do this with activities/automatic tasks weve done numerous times beforeeg. Parking car Most likely due to insufficient attention > lack of registration 4/15/11 This weeks exercises: Reading aloud with a friend Memory plate Important objects...
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