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3D Brain

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Leung Yuen Tung

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Transcript of 3D Brain

Location?

Associate the things to remember with a really absurd visual cue.
The Brain Structure of
MEMORY

Group mate: Leung Yuen Tung, Felice(13003593)
Lai Hiu Lam, Mavis(13004250)
Sinn Ka Man, Eunis(13001186)
Shum Yik Kwan, Kristy(13005547)
Cause?
Prefrontal cortex
Function:
Keep some information for just a few seconds
Planned to do something
Information processing model of memory
Stage of Memory
Encoding
To making mental representation of information so that it can be replaced into memory
Retrieving
Getting or recalling information that has been replaced into short or long-term memory
storing
Placing encoding information into relatively permanent mental storage for later recall

AGE
ASSOCIATED MEMORY IMPAIRMENT ?

Sensory memory
Sensory memory
holds
sensory information
for a

few seconds

or

less

after an item is

perceived
Long term memory
long-term memory can store much larger quantities of information for potentially
Short term memory
Short-term memory is the capacity for holding a small amount of information in a short period of time.
How to memory?
How to improve our memory?
NO!
Imagery
Most information is processed through a visual or audio channel.
Chungking
Categorization
Cerebral cortex
Function?
Function:
Its important for the formation of new autobiographical and fact memories.
Hippocampus
The case
Alzheimer

Memory
SYMPTOMS:
Forgotten
Forgotten
Sensory
Memory
Short
term
memory
Schema Development
Long
Term
Memory
Complex Task Higer
Order Thinking
Muit-Media
Experinence
Three types of Memory
What the different between short term and long term memory?
Transfer
Retrieval
Transfer
See
ing
short-term memory: Only needs for a few minutes, such as a phone number.
Long-term memory: Contains data that the brain will use for years, such as how to use a telephone
Improve Short Term Memory
Improve long Term Memory
Use similar letters to associate thoughts.
Play memory games.
tast
ing
touch
ing
Do You Know?
Alzheimer's is a slow-moving disease

appear to be mild forgetfulness
confused with age-related memory change
have problems to remember ...
recent events or activities or the names of familiar people or objects
Location: At the front of the brain

the region responsible for short-term memory.
referred to as the "coordinator" in short-term memory,
as it is involved in the ways in which memories are used.
Use the first letters to make an acronym and a memorable phrase.
Nerve cells die in areas of the brain vital to memory and other mental abilities, and the connections between nerve cells are disrupted, impairing thinking and memory.

Lies under the medial temporal lobe, one on each side of the brain
If who have accident with the hippocampus?
He or She...
may loss the latest memory .
hear
ing
smell
ing
In 2006, there were 26.6 million sufferers worldwide.
Alzheimer's is predicted to affect in 85 people globally by 2050.
Organize information into categories.
Dairy item
This is a way to group unrelated data to each other.
Keep it simple , stupid
''KiSS"
"Please excuse me dear Aunt Sally"
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