TB8 B&B Lecture 3; Memory representations in the temporal neocortex

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1. Which memory type is better when YOUNG and which is better when OLD?

  • Semantic, procedural
  • Episodic, semantic
  • Procedural, semantic
  • Semantic, episodice
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2. What area are older memories more reliant upon following consolidation?

  • The neocortex
  • Hippocampus
  • Dendate Gyrus
  • Amygdala

3. Is time/place coded in semantic memory?

  • No
  • Yes

4. In McClellands theory of complementary learning systems, what is a feature of hippocampal learning?

  • Quickly binding together elements of an episode using few neurons to allow for seperability of memories
  • Quickly binding together elements of an episode to prevent interference when new material is learned. Similar features shared by multiple experiences are strongly encoded
  • Slowly binding together elements of an episode using few neurons to allow for seperability of memories
  • Slowly binding together elements of an episode to prevent interference when new material is learned. Similar features shared by multiple experiences are strongly encoded

5. Which wave of sleep is the most important for memory consolidation?

  • Short-wave sleep
  • Between cycles 1-2
  • Long-wave sleep
  • REM sleep

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