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Three types of memory: declarative, emotional, procedural What was it like to be H.M. o Characterized himself by his childhood memories, activities, relatives o He was highly agreeable, even-tempered, and funny o He was impaired internal senses of hunger and pain and olfactory discrimination o He was altruistic o Described his picture as older than expected o He was intensely forgetful Case of HM: preserved and impaired domains o Preserved Perceptual, motor, cognitive functions Could recognize faces, objects, normal coordination, IQ went up after surgery bc seizures went down after removal of hippocampus Retrograde: Remote memory Anterograde: Short term and working memory. (digit span = 6; mental calculations) Implicit Perceptual memory Skills and habits o Impaired: Global memory (verbal and nonverbal) Recent memory (11 years)
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Unformatted text preview: New long term memories for all materials and test formats Explicit (declarative) • Episodic o Memories of specific events in which you participated • Semantic o Informational memories (city capitals blabla) • Early experimental analyses focused on simple maze learning as a model for theory testing o Place vs response learning o Rotate the T shaped maze Recall place (declarative), versus repeat response (procedural) Recall place for a week, then for second week they repeat response o Need hippocampus to remember where the food is • Parkinsons patients (striatum degernation) are impaired in procedural learning but have intact declarative memory • Amygdala damage reults in impared fear memory but intact declarative memory •...
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