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What is Memory? Memory proper…is the knowledge of a former state of mind after it has already once dropped from consciousness; or rather it is the knowledge of an event, or fact, of which meantime we have not been thinking, with the additional consciousness that we have thought or experienced it before. Forms of Memory remembering details of the last movie you saw H.M. and the Amnesic Syndrome Patient H.M. 1926 born 1942 first major seizure (age 16) 1953 bilateral medial-temporal lobe resection (hippocampus & nearby structures) 1955 first published report of pervasive and profound anterograde amnesia 1962 neuropsychological examinations characterizing the amnesic syndrome Forms of Memory riding a bike or showboarding Forms of Memory increased probability of using a w ord, phrase, or concept that has recently been uttered What is Memory? A change in the system, brought about by experience, that influences subsequent
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