M&l -5

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  • Created on: 01-06-17 23:34
What are the types of ltm?
Implicit and explicit
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What does implicit consist of?
Procedural, priming and conditioning
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What does explicit consist of?
semantic, episodic
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What is procedural memory?
Skills - bike riding
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What is priming?
Processing of a stimulus is influenced by a previous encounter with the same or a related stimulu
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State differences between explicit and implicit memory
info encoded diff - explicit= top down - implicit = bottom up, explicit = person has active role - implicit = person has passive role
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What was HM?
Lost explicit memory, retained implicit
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What did Milner do?
Gave a motor task to HM (mirror drawing) - he improved over time but had no memory of previously doing task
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What happened to JK?
Had parkinsons, lost explicit, retained implicit
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What brain structures are used for explicit memory?
medial temporal region and frontal cortex
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