lecture13 Memory Systems Part II

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Lecture 13: Memory Systems - Part II Psych 123 Cognitive Neuroscience http://www. youtube .com/watch? v=ZJ4shANmIN8 “Perhaps this will refresh your memory, Mr. Conklin.”
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“Memento”
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Patient K.C. - college graduate; quality control for an engineering plant. - closed head injury due to a motorcycle accident at age 30. - no effect on his intelligence, but he had severe retrograde and anterograde amnesia. - only impacted his episodic memory.
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Systems Function Operate Region Working Memory hold info online explicit prefrontal cortex Procedural Memory how to implicit basal ganglia Priming (PRS) facilitation implicit primary sensory cortex Semantic Memory Facts; general knowledge implicit/ explicit inferior/anterior temporal lobe Episodic Memory personal events explicit hippocampus; MTL Tulving’s Theory of Multiple Memory Systems
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Episodic memory is “the kind of memory that allows us to ‘mentally travel’ in t ime ,
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