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COGS 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Tropaeolum Tuberosum, 5,6,7,8, Motor Skill
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MEMORY & INTERLEAVING RETRIEVAL PRACTICE 1. More Training = More Recall Assumption: studying is the best way of learning information Training word pairs vs recall training Repeated retrieval practice...

Cognitive Science
COGS 100
Mark Blair
COGS 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Synapse
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SLEEP & VALUE EQUATION Top Performers value sleep o Musicians rated sleep as part of performance improvement o Top ones nap more in afternoon then group of music teachers o Duration of napping decreased durin...

Cognitive Science
COGS 100
Mark Blair
COGS 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Spaced, Problem Solving
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SPACING & ELABORATION If material is well practiced, people can remember things for a very long time. Permastore Spanish words Long term retention of algebra knowledge Ages 19-84 asked questions sampled from ...

Cognitive Science
COGS 100
Mark Blair
COGS 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Reinforcement Learning, Temporal Difference Learning, Dopaminergic
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LEARNING SURPRISE Our brains job is to make decisions that minimize reinforcement per unit time. Rescorla model works if life is divisible into discrete trials which there is always a reward (+ or - ). Credit Assignment P...

Cognitive Science
COGS 100
Mark Blair
COGS 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Procrastination, Decision-Making, Impulsivity
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FINAL REVIEW COGS 100 MEMORY (r.i.s.e.s.) 1.1 - Retrieval practice is more effective than re-reading notes. 1.2 - Interleave! Mix different concepts. 1.3 - Space it out! Learning happens slowly over time and cant be rushed...

Cognitive Science
COGS 100
Mark Blair
COGS 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Decision-Making, Shrdlu, Marvin Minsky
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Final Exam Review COGS 100 Perception -> attention -> memory -> decision making -> conscious will -> self Ethicalmoral decisions are decisions with respect to our decision-making processes. Normal cognitive processes, if w...

Cognitive Science
COGS 100
Mark Blair
COGS 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Classical Conditioning
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GOALS WITH LEARNING SURPRISE 1. Goals serve a directive function; they direct attention and effort toward goal-relevant activities and away from goal-irrelevant activates. o Students with specific learning goals paid atte...

Cognitive Science
COGS 100
Mark Blair
COGS 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Procrastination, Limbic System, Prefrontal Cortex
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DELAY, IMPULSIVITY, PROCRASTINATION HABITS We discount the future, things are less valuable the further they are away. Ie. 100 now or ? In one year 1. Energy-saving fridges More expensive initially, but less in the long r...

Cognitive Science
COGS 100
Mark Blair
COGS 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Simon & Schuster, Cognitive Architecture, The Infernal Devices
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Short Essay 2: AI vs. AGI Mahima Agrawal March 19, 2018 In 1950s, researchers wanted to create machines that would resemble human cognitive abilities. In fact, they wanted these machines to surpass human intelligence, and ...

Cognitive Science
COGS 100
Jeremy Turner
COGS 110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Mindset, Behavioral Addiction
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COGS 110 Lecture 18 Learning Importance of Retrieval Practice Retrieving everything from scratch Important for learning Once thinking about principles like surprise, easy to see why important If just looking through note...

Cognitive Science
COGS 110
Mark Blair
COGS 110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Habituation, Hunter College Elementary School, Longitudinal Study
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COGS 110 Lecture 17 Learning Contd Dopaminergic Firing Patterns Comply w Predictions of TD Learning Phasic responses to cue predicting reward are proportional to magnitude of predictive reward Surprise generates learning...

Cognitive Science
COGS 110
Mark Blair
COGS 110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Correlation Does Not Imply Causation, Reinforcement Learning
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COGS 110 - Lecture 16 - Decision Making Our Brains Job is to Make Decisions Maximizing Reinforcement per Unit of Time Rescorla Wagner model good, but may be hard to apply sometimes In real world, not ...

Cognitive Science
COGS 110
Mark Blair
COGS 110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: General Idea, Classical Conditioning
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COGS 110 - Lecture 15 - Learning Principle #3.1 - Learning happens when our predictions are wrong Can also be said - learning proportional to surprise The more surprising the thing is, the more learni...

Cognitive Science
COGS 110
Mark Blair
COGS 110 Lecture 14: COGS 110 3/14/18
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COGS 110 - Lecture 14 - Goals Joe Simpson Joe Simpson using 2 tools to get out of situation Habits Setting goals Goal - not to survive, but to get to rock in next __ minutes Goal...

Cognitive Science
COGS 110
Mark Blair
COGS 110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Procrastination, Prefrontal Cortex, Striatum
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COGS 110 - Lecture 13 - Procrastination & Habits [procrastination is] one of the general weaknesses, which, in spite of instruction of moralists, and remonstrances of reason, prevail to a greater or less degree in every ...

Cognitive Science
COGS 110
Mark Blair
Laboratory Basics - Reference Guides

Lab safety is the cornerstone principle in this compelling Guide. All international safety symbols are clearly defined, with all basic lab glassware and equipment depicted by text description and diagrams. The Guide also p...

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