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What are the 2 types of memory?

declarative
non-declarative

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What are the 2 types of declarative memory?

episodic (autobiographical), semantic

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What is memory?

a reconstructive process

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What are the 4 types of nondeclarative memory?

skills and habits
priming
conditioning
nonassociative

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What kind of memory are these a part of:
Motor, perceptual, cognitive

skills and habits

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What kind of memory are these a part of:
perceptual,semantic

priming

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What kind of memory are these a part of:
pavlovian
operant

conditioning

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What kind of memory are these a part of:
habituation
sensitization

nonassociative

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What is working memory?

executive function memory

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What is the capacity of working memory?

four items at one time

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How long does your working memory work at one time?

30 seconds

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What is episodic long term memory?

autobiographical memory

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What are the 2 peaks of memory?

the remininscence bump (around 16-20)
recency bump (70)

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Why is there a big gap of memory between the remininscence bump and the recency bump?

because youve been there done that and it isnt memorable

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What explain childhood amnesia?

you use language structures and systems that arent fully developed in young children (i.e kids only remember stuff that they were able to identify within the engish languange, could name a horse if they same a horse, couldnt remember the xylophone because as a child they didnt know the word for it)

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The ventral medial prefronal cortex is linked to what clinical populations?
People with these impairments often lack what and report what?

depression
schizophrenia
PTSD
Anxiety Disorders
event details and report repeated events

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What gives you emotional memory?

amygdala

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What happens if you have bilateral amydala damage?

you dont get conditioned fear

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One of the key components of semantic memory is the (blank) components

emotional

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What is a flashbulb memory?
Are flashbulb memories accurate?

a moment in time that you remember with complete clarity (i.e like JFK assassination,9/11 etc)

No, you have confidence not accuracy

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Which kinds of memory do you have more confidence for; flashbulb or everyday?

flashbulb

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Which kinds of memory do you have more accuracy for; flashbulb or everday?

both are equal

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Where does confidence come from?

Inferior parietal lobe

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What would Iinferior parietal lobe damage cause?

difficult time recalling whether an event happened to them or someone else, effect their confidence in an event.

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What happens if you remove both temporal lobes? (i.e HMs predicament)

you cant make new episodic memories, everything else was normal (and lost the year prior of memories) i.e had retrograde around trauma and anterograde amnesia.

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someone with amnesia wont remember learning a new task but will show what kind of learning curve?

a normal learning curve!!!!

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Do amnesics struggle with thinking about the future?

Yes :(

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How do you get korsakoffs and what happens if you have it?

damage to mamillary bodies vi alcohol abuse and thiamnine deficiency (Vit B1)
you get confabulation (distorted/misinterpretate memories about oneself or the world)

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What will your brain look like if you have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA)

abnormal mamillary bodies

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What kind of memory problems do you have with alzeheimers disease?

anterograde and retrograde component as disease progresses