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Copy of Copy of Copy of Memory

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Emotions
What is Memory?
System of acquisition, storage and retrieval of information obtained through the senses, based on experiences essential for survival (Baddeley, 1999; Parkin, 2000; McGaugh & Gold, 1988).
Processes:
Synaptic
Changes
Stress
Trigger stress hormones, affecting memory formation
The stronger the emotion, the stronger
the memory
Factors That Affect Memory Processing
Sleep
Memory Processes
(Baddeley, 2004).

Encoding

Storage

Retrieval


In 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue!
Memoria Asociada a
Trastornos de Ansiedad
y Depresión

Bayley, P.T. & Squire, L.R. (2003). The medial lobe and declarative memory. International Congress Series, 1250, 245-259.

Bayley, P.T. & Squire, L.R. (2003). The medial lobe and declarative memory. International Congress Series, 1250, 245-259.

What controls retrieval in a situation in which no specific cues seem to be present, such as in free recall?


What makes some stimuli effective cues for retrieval of a given event and others not?
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Neurociencias y Comportamiento
UIS-UPB

Silvia Botelho de Oliveira, Ph.D.

EMOTIONAL MEMORY
ALGUNOS DE LOS ESTUDIOS MAS IMPORTANTES CON MEMORIA EMOCIONAL
Neurobiologia de la Memoria
Neurobiología
NEUROBIOLOGIA DE LA DEPRESION
EFECTOS A LARGO PLAZO DEL EPISODIO DEPRESIVO MAYOR SOBRE LA ATENCIÓN Y LA MEMORIA DE TRABAJO
Botelho, S., Jaimes,L. & Conde, C. (Sometido a Rev. Colombiana de Psiquiatría)
Evaluación de las Manifestaciones Comportamentales de Tipo “Depresión-Ansiedad” en Ratas Sometidas al Aislamiento Social Crónico.
Botelho, S., Cortez, L. & Conde, C., 2008
Muchas Gracias
Declarative memory refers to memories that are accessible through conscious recollection including the retention for both facts and events mediated by the hippocampal memory system (Squire & Zola-Morgan, 1991).
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