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2. What does the lesion at 28 days with intact memory in Kim & Fanselow (1992) suggest?

  • If LTP disrupted immediately after the event, successful encoding does not occur no long lasting memory formed
  • After a day memory is still in the hippocampus
  • Memory no longer 'in' the hippocampus, consoldated
  • Memory no longer 'in' the neocortex, consolidated

3. Is time/place coded in semantic memory?

  • No
  • Yes

4. Why does the temporal gradient in amnesia occur for older memories?

  • Because they havent been retrieved as much, their quality and neural basis changes into more semantic memory
  • Because they have been retrieved more, their quality and neural basis changes into more semantic memory
  • Because they have been retrieved more, their quality and neural basis changes into more episodic memory
  • Because they havent been retrieved as much, their quality and neural basis changes into more episodic memory

5. Which of these is characteristic of semantic dementia (SD)?

  • Atrophy in hippocampus and amygdala
  • Progressive loss of conceptual knowledge across modalities
  • Degeneration of frontal parietal areas
  • Progressive loss of verbal concepts and knowledge for events

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