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Memory

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Transcript of Memory

Consolidation
Time is required for consolidation to occur
conformational changes throughout neurons enable communication between new networks of cells
Short-Term
Long-Term
Sensory
Types of Memory
let's make some!
Memories
Memory Overview
Encoding
Memory Loss
The Mechanics of Memory
Making and Processing
Types of Memory
Location and Storage
Memory Loss
Long Term
Short Term
The transfer of memories from short-term to long-term storage is an active process.
Hippocampus
Frontal Lobes
Neural cliques are essential to memory
Retrieving
2-4 minutes, 7±2 items
Manipulates and stores incoming information
Working memory
A V C Y I S E H
L B F Q R P M A U X
U M T Y
Anterograde amnesia
Long-term potentiation
Retrograde amnesia
K.M. Case Study
Existing neural pathways are altered, then converted into new ones
Anterograde & retrograde amnesia
Debunked single memory - single locus hypothesis
Declarative vs. Non-declarative
Comes from a stimulus to which our senses respond
Vision
Touch
Taste
Smell
Hearing
Episodic vs. Semantic
Four types of non-declarative memory
Ribot's Law
Network-level coding units
Z Q E C T B U M O N R V
Lashley Experiments
Induced cortical damage on rats
Concluded that memory was not localized
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