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Lecture 15

Lecture 15

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Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSY100H1
Professor
Michael Inzlicht

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Psychology Lecture 15 November 5
The Effects of Memory Impairment
Long-term declarative memor y: episodic memory and semantic memor y.
Episodic: contextual memory for episodes. It is specific to time and place; r ich in detail.
E.g., do you remember your last birthday? Where were you? What were you wearing?
Semantic: memory of facts. E.g., you remember who your f irst grade teacher is, without
actually remembering a specific episode.
Hippocampus: damage result in declarative memor y impairment episodic fails the most
Theory of mind: The ability to for mulate hypotheses about the contents of other peoples
minds
How are theor y of mind and episodic memor y related?
1) Neuro-imaging studies show high degree of overlap in brain activation for these 2
cognitive functions.
2) Episodic memory and t heor y of mind capabilities emerge in children at approximately
the same time during development.
-Episodic memory is independent of theor y of mind.
Feral Children
-Life is something we learn by practice; it is not an innate human trait
-Human” is something we become, not something that we are
-Love is a secondary, conditioned drive by mom. Mom is a secondary re-enforcer
-Harr y Harlow experiments with pads and monkeys (monkeys were very attached to
padded mothers, even if they did not feed them)
Dismissive
(Independent, self-sufficient)
Secure
(Comfortable)
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Psychology Lecture 15 November 5 The Effects of Memory Impairment Long-term declarative memory: episodic memory and semantic memory. Episodic: contextual memory for episodes. It is specific to time and place; rich in detail. E.g., do you remember your last birthday? Where were you? What were you wearing? Semantic: memory of facts. E.g., you remember who your first grade teacher is, without actually remembering a specific episode. Hippocampus: damage result in declarative memory impairment episodic fails the most Theory of mind: The ability to formulate hypotheses about the contents of other peoples minds How are theory of mind and episodic memory related? 1) Neuro-imaging studies show high degree of overlap in brain activation for these 2
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