Lecture10-M25,M26

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Unformatted text preview: amp;brain&damage. While&they&were&not&forming&new&declara/ve&memories, encoding&was&s/ll&happening&in&other&processing&“tracks.” H.M.&could&s/ll&learn&how&to&get&places&(automa8c&processing), could&learn&new&skills&(procedural&memory),&and&acquire condi8oned&responses However,&he&could&not&remember&any&experiences&which&created these&implicit&memories. The'Brain'and'the'TwoCTrack'Mind: Patient H.M. Patient The'Case'of'Henry'Molaison'(“H.M.”) • However, H.M. (and other similar amnesiacs) generally have normal working memory • Better implicit memory than explicit memory • E.g., Priming • Practically intact procedural memory • E.g., Mirror-tracing Mirror Tracing Penny'Memory'Test Which&of&these&has&the&design&of&an&actual&U.S.&cent? Encoding'Failure If&we&got&the&penny&image&...
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