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2. Which of these characterises Hebb's (1949) theory?

  • Memories are stored in the connections between cells (cell assemblies)
  • Memories are stored in the primary cortical areas (e.g hippocampus)
  • Memories are stored in populations of cells (cell assemblies)
  • Memories are stored in both the connections and populations of cells (cell assemblies)

3. Which of these characterises relational memory re; hippocampal coding?

  • Relational frameworks can be disassociated from associations. e.g can learn which cup was rewarded with food, but couldnt infer the BEST cup to search if one was rewarded more than another
  • A unique role of the hippocampus in mental time travel, recollection involves relations between items and contexts v.s familiarity = declarative memory
  • The hippocampus provides a internal map coding for spatial relations between objects in the environment

4. Can LTP be produced by a SINGLE high frequency train?

  • Yes, implying memory for single events is possible
  • No, implying memory for single events is possible

5. What does glutamate bind to?

  • Axons
  • NMDA receptors
  • AMPA receptors
  • Synapses

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