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Final+Review+Updated - Memory...

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Memory Famous pa-ents, famous researchers, specific lesions and deficits
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If an individual has a stroke and he cannot remember anything before the stroke what type of amnesia do they have? If they cannot remember anything a?er, what type of amnesia do they have?
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What are the two types of long term memory? What famous pa-ent is a good example of deficits in a par-cular type of long term memory?
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Who is Karl Lashley? What is an engram? What did Karl Lashley try to find? How did he try to do this? What did he find?
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Who was pa-ent H.M.? What procedure did he have? What deficits did he experience? Who is Brenda Milner?
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The fact that H.M. could s-ll learn and remember a mirror‐tracing task showed that he had retained the capacity to form what type of memories? The fact that he could not remember the training itself showed that he had what type of amnesia?
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Where was pa-ent N.A.s lesion? What was the result of that lesion?
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What are the different aLributes of a memory?
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The fact that birds with lesioned hippocampi cannot retrieve their food stores tells us what about the hippocampus?
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What are place cells?
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What is Korsakoff’s syndrome? We usually see it in people that are suffering from what?
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