Lecture - 14 - May 2nd

Lecture - 14 - May 2nd - MIDTERM 2 - MONDAY MAY 9TH 45...

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MIDTERM 2 - MONDAY MAY 9TH 45 questions The exam covers everything SINCE the last midterm: chapter 6 ( sensation and perception ) , chapter 7 ( learning ) , chapter 8 ( memory ) and the chapter 9 ( only “thinking” parts - pages 369 - 382 ) . Remember to bring questions #6 - 9 to the exam ( 2 will be chosen to hand in for grading ) There are half - a - dozen or so questions that refer directly to experiments. So knowing experimenters’ names, what they did and found, and ( if applicable ) what principle the results support would be a good idea. Remember to bring the big pink scantron!
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STORAGE 3. Long Term Memory What is the capacity and duration of long term memory? *%&+,#- 12"#0$ 3"0&,"245
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STORAGE 3. Long Term Memory It is essentially an unlimited capacity and duration store. Mitchell ( 2006 ) - Picture Fragment Completion Those who had seen the complete image 17 years earlier of a fragment were more likely to complete the fragment than those who had never seen the complete image.
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STORAGE 3. Long Term Memory It is essentially an unlimited capacity and duration store. With mnemonic devices ( memory aids that use organizational techniques and vivid imagery ) , our ability to remember can be truly remarkable. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X - xl7_hdWZo ( begins at about 1:00 in )
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STORAGE /)-*0+) 1)"2$+3 4)5$+3 4)5$+3 9:4 64748,0' 9#5,),0": ;<= 6?@#+$ CDE $"8D =C $"8D Three Basic Memory Stores - Summary
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STORAGE The Organization of Long - Term Memory
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STORAGE The Organization of Long - Term Memory Implicit Memory Seems to be associated with the cerebellum as damage to the cerebellum people cannot develop certain conditioned refexes.
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STORAGE The Organization of Long - Term Memory
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STORAGE The Organization of Long - Term Memory Explicit Memory Seems to be associated with the hippocampus as damage to the hippocampus results in anterograde amnesia - the inability to form new memories. Henry Gustav Molaison - HM No New Memories 10+')+3 ;+)5$,-. $< 4)5$+3 @"*-#* Still capable of implicit memory formation.
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STORAGE The Organization of Long - Term Memory Explicit Memory Seems to be associated with the hippocampus as damage to the hippocampus often results in anterograde amnesia - the inability to form new memories. Still can form implicit memories ( e.g., HM learned the “Tower of Hanoi” game even though each time he couldn’t remember playing it before ) . Henry Gustav Molaison - HM
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STORAGE The Organization of Long - Term Memory Explicit Memory Seems to be associated with the hippocampus as damage to the hippocampus often results in anterograde amnesia - the inability to form new memories. Still capable of implicit memory formation
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This note was uploaded on 10/11/2011 for the course PSYC 1 taught by Professor Stuartantsis during the Spring '08 term at UCSD.

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