Flashcards in Exam 1 Part 3 Deck (20):
Where is non-declarative memory stored?
How is long-term memory formed (2)?
What are the 3 processes of executive function?
Coordination and monitoring (working memory), inhibition, cognitive flexibility
Process of executive function that includes self-control and interference control
Process of executive function that includes task switching and set shifting (going in with one idea and having to switch)
What are examples of executive function?
Reasoning, problem solving, planning
Thinking in the future
Ability to select information for further processing and inhibit information for further processing
What are the 6 types of attention?
Sustained, selective, suppressed, focused, alternating, working
What is the most common observable clinical symptom in a variety of organic brain conditions leading to neuropsychological impairment?
What is memory facilitated by?
Attention and executive networks
Memory is organized by time and contents
Markowitsch framework for memory
____ relies on rehearsal and organization
What part of the brain does retention rely on?
Early processing of information
Process of transferring encoded information into permanent storage
The way information is held in memory for future use
The act of pulling information from storage
What part of the lobe is activated during retrieval?