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Final Exam Study - COGS11 Spring 2010 Final Exam Review Sunday June 6 5:00 6:20p Center 109 Mary ET Boyle Ph D Department of Cognitive Science UCSD

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COGS11 Spring 2010 Final Exam Review Sunday, June 6 5:00 – 6:20p Center 109 Mary ET Boyle, Ph. D. epartment of Cognitive Science Department of Cognitive Science UCSD
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motions eek 6 Emotions Week 6 eadings p 57 4; 131 58 Readings pp. 57 -74; 131-158 Lectures/Pod-Casts Lecture Slides Memories of Fear Faulty Circuits
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Discuss and describe the neuroanatomical circuitry which has been associated with fear. What is it about fear memories that can haunt eople? people? What is the evolutionary purpose of fear? How did Claparède show that fear memories are different from episodic memories.
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Conditioning fear – relate Pavlov and LeDoux’ work. • Discuss all aspects of classical conditioning . Pavlov • Relate classical conditioning with ar the typical fear conditioning paradigm. Fear Conditioning • What is the circuitry associated with conscious awareness of fear? halamus • Discuss the differences between the neural pathways that mediate emotional auditory memories. Thalamus
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How and what does the amygdala communicate with other brain areas? Hippocamus Prefrontal Cortex Hypothalamus
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Relate fear, sleep, memory consolidation and protein synthesis in the amygdala. now the Know the details sociated with associated with the Nader et al aper presented paper presented in class.
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Memory modulation discussion. hat can and does What can and does modulate memory rmation? formation? Discuss PTSD and rrent drugs that current drugs that can minimize the pact of traumatic impact of traumatic memories.
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What is the current understanding of mental disorders such as depression and obsessive compulsive disorder? What are the physiological and psychological symptoms f depression and CD of depression and OCD? What are the depression and OCD circuits? How do depressed and OCD brains differ from non- depressed and non-OCD brains? Which regions of the brain are affected by depression nd CD a OC ?.
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Final Exam Study - COGS11 Spring 2010 Final Exam Review Sunday June 6 5:00 6:20p Center 109 Mary ET Boyle Ph D Department of Cognitive Science UCSD

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