Flashcards in Lecture 2 Deck (16):
1. Papez circuit
( think pretty freakin diddly)
What is the amygdala involved in?
Emotionally arousing experiences
Lesions in amygdala result in?
Loss of conditioned fear and new fear learning
Reduced memory of emotional events
Paper consists of?
Mammillary bodies, fornix, anterior thalamus nuclei (atn), cingulate gyrus and hippocampus. Think Mary Farts At Chloe's House
Lesion in paper?
Impairment in declarative memories
Damage to arbitrary info
Frontal lobes consist of?
Motor= motor and premotor cortices
If damaged impairment in appropriate encoding and retrieving, leading to impaired remembering of contextual details
However view can help
Statements involving bizarre distortions of memory
What does the diencephalon ( interbrain) consist of?
Thalamus and hypothalamus
'Active retrieval' of appropriate info
Semantic memory (facts), memory retrieval
Find answer in book
Biochemistry of synapses change to alter the effect on post- synaptic neuron
Long- term potentiation?
A long term increase in the excitability of a neuron to a particular synaptic input caused by repeated high frequency activity of input
A excited b so much that something grows: changes and A's firing efficiency of B increases