PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Morris Water Navigation Task, Clive Wearing, Henry Molaison
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Some types of implicit memory: classical conditioning things, priming, e. g. Knowing that certain music is associated with bad: procedural memory has been experienced previously, improvement in identifying or processing a stimulus that, e. g. complete the word: __ory, motor, skills, habits, an other behaviours hat we remember, e. g. Clive wearing how to do without thinking about it. Memory: memory is not a recording, it"s a construction. > may differ from the original memory: hippocampus: particularly important for spatial memory -> memory for the physical environment (location of objects), direction, cognitive maps, e. g. rats and the morris water maze. The misinformation effect: misremembering after being told misleading information? circumstances involved with a memory: misattribution. False memories can be surprisingly easy to plant: e. g. Cultural differences: thinking styles: categorization strategies, taxonomic, thematic. Cultural differences in perception & categorization: holistic (family resemblance, analytic (rule based) Using our knowledge: reasoning: using information to determine if a conclusion is valid or reasonable, deductive vs. inductive reasoning.