Psy 123_Lec 11 Memory

Dont need to recall how to ride a bike procedural

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Unformatted text preview: ous forms of memory. Don't need to recall how to ride a bike (procedural) Theory of Multiple Memory Systems! Memory is not a single brain system, but multiple systems with different psychological functions and different underlying brain structures.! Different memory model. Makes some of the same distinctions. Working memory is its own form, seems to hold attention online for an extended period of time. Schacter & Tulving (1994) What are the memory systems of 1994? Systems! Subsystems! Function! Squire! Model! Brain Regions! Working Spatial! Phonological! Hold online! -----! Prefrontal cortex! Memory! Motor skills! Cognitive skills! Conditioning! How to! nondeclarative! (implicit)! Basal ganglia! Priming (PRS)! Visual word form! Auditory word form! Structural description! Facilitation! nondeclarative! (implicit)! Sensory cortex! Semantic Memory! Generic! Relational! Spatial! Facts; Knowledge! declarative! (explicit)! Association cortex! Personal events! declarative! (explicit)! Medial temporal lobes! Procedural and Priming Memory! would be considered nondeclarative in Squires Procedural model The main point is that Tulving would say these two things are separate system, while Squire would say they are part of the same system(semantic and episodic). Tulving supports this with patient K.C., would appears to have deficit in episodic memory, but appears to be able to learn new semantic information Episodic Memory! Theory of Multiple Memory Systems! Memory is not a single brain system, but multiple systems with different psychological functions and different underlying brain structures.! PFC seems to be very Working Memory and the Prefrontal Cortex! Transient representations of task-relevant information that guide behavior in the present.! Keeping information online for a short period of time. Only lasts for a short period of time (a couple seconds, a few minutes) but appears to always be information that we selected for. One you select it you are holding it in your mind so you know how to respond. Probl...
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This note was uploaded on 01/18/2014 for the course PSY 123 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at UCSB.

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