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Agenda I. Nondeclarative Memory: Priming Priming phenomena Forms of priming Theories of priming Processing vs. Systems accounts Neural bases of priming Priming for novel stimuli Implicit/Explicit interactions II. Nondeclarative Memory: Skill Learning Agenda Nondeclarative Memory: Priming Priming phenomena Forms of priming Theories of priming Processing vs. Systems accounts Neural bases of priming Priming for novel stimuli Implicit/Explicit interactions Are there Interactions between Forms of Long-Term Memory? Explicit / Implicit Interactions? Explicit / Implicit Interactions? Shorter Lags Yield Greater Behavioral Priming Shorter Lags Yield Greater Neural Priming Superior Explicit Memory following Less Priming Behavioral Priming and High Confidence Recognition Neural Priming and High Confidence Recognition Priming Yields Stereotyped Re-encoding Recognition Memory: Dual–Process Theory Explicit / Implicit Interactions: Does Familiarity Derive From Priming? Explicit / Implicit Interactions: Does Familiarity Derive From Priming? Explicit / Implicit Interactions: Does Familiarity Derive From Priming? Explicit / Implicit Interactions: Does Familiarity Derive From Priming?
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Explicit / Implicit Interactions: Does Familiarity Derive From Priming? Explicit / Implicit Interactions: Does Familiarity Derive From Priming? Explicit / Implicit Interactions: Does Familiarity Derive From Priming? Explicit / Implicit Interactions: Does Familiarity Derive From Priming? Explicit / Implicit Interactions: Does Familiarity Derive From Priming? Agenda Non-declarative Memory: Skill Learning Characteristics of skill learning Theories of skill learning ACT-* Instance theory Varieties of skill learning Motor skill Perceptual skill Cognitive skill Acquisition of new behavioral abilities with practice Contrast with repetition priming: Repetition priming is defined as facilitation on a particular stimulus Skill learning is defined as facilitation on a range of stimuli in a particular task
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2011 for the course BIO 9.07 taught by Professor Ruthrosenholtz during the Spring '04 term at MIT.

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