SC PSYC 101 - End of Brain; Memory Introduction (3 pages)

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A completion of the brain information, and the introduction of memory


Lecture number:
7
Pages:
3
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
University Of South Carolina-Columbia
Course:
Psyc 101 - Intro to Psychology
Edition:
1
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PSYC 101 Levens Lecture 7 Outline of Last Lecture II Midbrain A Upper Brain Stem B Reticular Formation III Forebrain a Limbic System i Thalamus ii Hypothalamus iii Hippocampus iv Amygdala v Nucleus Accumbens b Cerebrum Cerebral Cortex c Four Lobes i Frontal Lobe 1 Prefrontal Cortex ii Parietal Lobe iii Occipital Lobe iv Temporal Lobe IV Output V Input VI Hemispheric Specialization Outline of Current Lecture End of Brain Memory Introduction VII Hemispheric Specialization a Corpus Callosum VIII Plasticity End of Brain IX Memory a Short Term Memory b Long Term Memory X Types of Memory a Declarative Explicit i Episodic ii Semantic These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute b Nondeclarative Implicit i Motor Memory ii Classical Conditioning iii Implicit Attitude Formation c Sensory Memory i Echoic ii Iconic Current Lecture I II Hemispheric Specializations a Corpus Callosum connects the two hemispheres and allows them to communicate i Split Brain Surgery seizure prevention Plasticity brain changes with experience connections are flexible a Ex London taxi drivers experiment found that experience driving throughout the large city of London had made the taxi drivers hippocampi larger than those in the control group b If brain wasn t plastic couldn t learn c Decreases with age especially if you don t use your brain d Use it or lose it End of Brain III IV Memory a Short Term Memory stores a limited amount of information for about 15 30 seconds without rehearsing b Long Term Memory stores an unlimited amount of information for perhaps a lifetime Types of Memory a Declarative Explicit facts or events know that you know these things i Episodic when and where of your life happenings autobiographical easier to recall ii Semantic persons knowledge about the world factual knowledge b Nondeclarative Implicit no conscious recollection don t know you know things i Motor memories



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