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Where is non-declarative memory stored?

Basal ganglia

2

How is long-term memory formed (2)?

Saliency, repetition

3

What are the 3 processes of executive function?

Coordination and monitoring (working memory), inhibition, cognitive flexibility

4

Process of executive function that includes self-control and interference control

Inhibition

5

Process of executive function that includes task switching and set shifting (going in with one idea and having to switch)

Cognitive flexibiliity

6

What are examples of executive function?

Reasoning, problem solving, planning

7

Thinking in the future

Prospective thinking

8

Ability to select information for further processing and inhibit information for further processing

Attention

9

What are the 6 types of attention?

Sustained, selective, suppressed, focused, alternating, working

10

What is the most common observable clinical symptom in a variety of organic brain conditions leading to neuropsychological impairment?

Memory impairment

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What is memory facilitated by?

Attention and executive networks

12

Memory is organized by time and contents

Markowitsch framework for memory

13

____ relies on rehearsal and organization

Retention

14

What part of the brain does retention rely on?

Frontal lobe

15

Early processing of information

Encoding

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Process of transferring encoded information into permanent storage

Consolidation

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The way information is held in memory for future use

Storage

18

The act of pulling information from storage

Retrieval

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What part of the lobe is activated during retrieval?

Frontal lobe

20

Visual representation on a cognitive level

Visuospatial sketchpad