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Learning and Memory What is Learning? Memory? Why? What is so important? Are all memories created equal? How do we store a memory?
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Learning and Memory Learning Process by which our experiences change our  brain and behavior Memories Changes in brain and behavior Change perceptions, and performance
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What is so important? H.M. In 1953, William Scoville performed a bilateral  medial-temporal lobe resection for relief of  severe epilepsy Hippocampal formation Amygdala Adjacent cortices in medial temporal lobe
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H.M. High IQ Childhood memories Did not: Know new people New locations
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Who? What? I did  What? Learning and memory
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Review: What are the 4 sleep systems? Forebrain Reticualr (brainstem) Pontine Hypothalamic Isolation of the forebrain system results in ? SWS Electrical stimulation of the Reticular system  would cause?
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Review: Sleep onset may be due to the build up of? Adenosine The loss of which neurotransmitter would  probably prevent you from sleeping? GABA Where? Tuberomammilary Nucleus What is the function of the hypothalamic  sleep system? SWITCH
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H.M. “ Every day is alone  in itself, whatever  enjoyment I’ve had, and whatever sorrow  I’ve had …. . Right now, I’m wondering.  Have  I done or said anything amiss?  You see, at  this moment everything looks clear to me,  but what happened just before? That’s what  worries me.  It’s like waking from a dream; I  just don’t remember”
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Learning and Memory Memory
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