TB9 P&C Lecture 4; Emotion and memory

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1. Which of these was NOT shown when exposing rats to long term stress hormones?

  • Increased spatial navigation
  • Hippocampal atrophy after long periods
  • Reduced hippocampal firing
  • Impaired memory performance
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2. What is an issue with explicit mood manipulation techniques?

  • Pps may actively select mood congruent information from memory
  • Pps may conceal their true emotions
  • Pps may not understand the task and
  • Pps may make a concious effort to resist mood manipulation

3. What is an example of state dependent retrieval?

  • People being able to recall drunk memories easily
  • People being able to recall drunk memories only when they are drunk
  • People being unable to recall drunk memories unless prompted
  • People developing an unconcious aversion to alcohol after experiencing aversive events whilst drinking

4. Do semantically similar items show strong excitatory links in memory representation?

  • Yes
  • No

5. Stimulus of the amygdala AFTER encoding...

  • Is correlated with emotional understanding and TOM
  • Decreases activation in other emotion areas
  • Facilitates hippocampus consolidation
  • Increases empathy


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