Components of memory (9&10)

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1. Explain physiology?

  • The anatomy of one's brain associated with memory
  • Something must hold new info while consolidated to LTM= requires protein synthesis
  • Something must hold new info while consolidated to STM
  • I'd rather not thank you
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2. What paradigm helps us investigate WM?

  • Word on the street
  • Harlow-Pavlov
  • Brown-Peterson
  • Sensory output, flashbacks and experience from others

3. What is WM?

  • Active, holding info from sensory input, stuff from LTM, or ongoing operations
  • Inactive, holding no of info from sensory input and STM
  • Active, holding lots of info only from LTM and ongoing operations
  • Willy Mum

4. How do we know that WM is different from LTM?

  • Word on the street
  • Experiments on normal people, effects of brain damage and introspection
  • Sensory output, flashbacks and experience from others
  • We don't, its all lies

5. What was the traditional view of memory?

  • Patient HM: no memory whatsoever m8
  • Einstein-70s: memory cannot be viewed
  • Aristotle-50s: single faculty of mind
  • Darwin-60s: two routes of memory

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