Multiple Memory Systems - Multiple Memory Systems Criteria...

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Multiple Memory Systems Criteria for diff systems 1. serve diff functions a. diff relationship behavior – basis for action vs. basis for judgment b. diff content – skills vs. facts 2. operate according to diff laws and principles a. diff encoding rules i. single trial learning vs. gradual learning over many trials ii. sensitive to type of study task (an LOP manipulation) vs. insensitive to study task b. diff retrieval rules i. serial vs. parallel search 3. diff neural substrates a. diff brain regions i. system A must depend on diff brain regions from system B 4. a. phylogenetic – diffs across species i. might call a type of learning “phylogenetically old” if every animal we can find shows it ii. it might be more “recent” if, say, only mammals and birds seemed capable of that kind of learning b. ontogenetic – diffs across development i. within individuals of the same species (babies vs. adults) 5. diffs in the format of information a. conscious vs. unconscious
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