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1 Human Memory Psych 130 Andy Yonelinas Office Hours T&R 2:00 3:00 (or appointment) 268c Young Hall, 754 8289, [email protected] TA: Alyssa Borders, Office hours Mondays 12 2 1324 Social Sciences, [email protected] Course Outline • Tests – midterm (40%) and final (40%) – short answer and multiple choice (hard but fair) – noncumulative • 5 Lab Quizzes (20%, best 4 of 5) • Text: Memory – Baddeley, Eysenck & Anderson (2009 edition!!!) • Objective – introduction to current research in human memory
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2 Tentative Order of Topics and Required Readings 1 Introduction (Chapter 1) 2 Short Term Memory (Ch 2) 3 Working Memory (Ch 3) 4 Encoding (Ch4 69 79, ch5) 5 Forgetting (Ch 9) 6 False Memory 7 Visual working memory 8 Repressed Memory 9 Retrieval (Ch 8) Exam 1 10 Recognition Memory 11 Implicit memory (Ch 4 pg 79 91) 12 Antrograde Amnesia (Ch 11) 13 Retrograde Amnesia 14 Dementia; Frontal lobes 15 Aging (Ch 13); Sleep 16 Development (Ch12) 17 Neurogenesis 18 Review Exam 2 Why study memory?
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