TB8 B&B Lecture 4; Control of Memory

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1. What is the subsequent memory effect?

  • Older generated memories last longer than younger
  • Where activity at encoding predicts subsequent memory encoding
  • Where activity at encoding predicts subsequent memory success
  • Newly generated memories last longer than older
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2. Reduced activation of VLPFC...?

  • Rey figure copy task is easier
  • Dot probe task is easier
  • Retrieval induced forgetting task is easier, forget competing mems more
  • Spatial navigation task is easier

3. Cognitive control is?

  • The ability to flexibly control thoughts in accordance with goals. Think-no think task.
  • The ability to control actions based on goals, go-no go task.
  • The ability to control actions based on goals, Think-no think task.
  • The ability to flexibly control thoughts in accordance with goals, go-no go task.

4. What is retroactive interference in retrieval?

  • New learning interfereing with retrieval of an old memory
  • Old learning interfering with retrieval of a new memory

5. What is the difference between semantic dementia and semantic aphasia?

  • SD = Damage to control processes, SA = Damage to knowledge processes
  • SD = Degradation of amodal semantic representations, SA = Deregulated semantic retrieval
  • SD = Deregulated semantic retrieval, SA = Degradation of amodal semantic representations

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