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UTSGPSY260H1Martin RalphWinter

PSY260H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Working Memory, Observational Learning, Operant Conditioning

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28 Oct 2016
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Chapter 1: the psychology of learning and memory. Learning - the process by which changes in behaviour arise as a result of experience interacting with
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UTSGPSY260H1Martin RalphWinter

PSY260H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Interneuron

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16 Oct 2011
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Recognized that organisms that had simple nervous systems (few neurons) have to accomplish the same sorts of tasks as more complex organisms but with l
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UTSGPSY260H1Martin RalphWinter

PSY260H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Papez Circuit, Striatum, Pedunculopontine Nucleus

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28 Oct 2016
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You suddenly feel just as happy or sad you are when remembering an event. No scientific definition - it"s a signal, an outward expression of our feelin
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UTSGPSY260H1Martin RalphWinter

Lecture #3 Notes (Non-associative learning) Topics: the process of neural firing, action potentials, the myelin sheath, spatial summation, temporal summation, process in the synapse, "Myshkin", facilitation, potentiation, titanic stimulation, LTP/LTD and,

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16 Oct 2011
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Lecture three: the question we will focus on today is: what is the system for the mechanistic change of our information, the neuroscience will not be o
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UTSGPSY260H1Martin RalphWinter

Language Acquisition

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28 Oct 2011
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Initial language learning, not learning a second language. Language is a coded representation of social communication; thoughts, feelings, etc. This di
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UTSGPSY260H1Martin RalphWinter

PSY260H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Twin, Motor Skill, Episodic Memory

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28 Oct 2016
5
We are really building on the more fundamental aspects of learning and memory - conditioning. Non-associative type of learning is used to acquire skill
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UTSGPSY260H1Martin RalphWinter

PSY260H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Celestial Navigation, Spatial Memory, Waggle Dance

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28 Oct 2016
4
Relationships among features in our environment - ability to know what is where. Relationship of ourselves to our environment - gives us the ability to
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UTSGPSY260H1Martin RalphWinter

PSY260H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Operant Conditioning, Edward C. Tolman, Edward Thorndike

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28 Oct 2016
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Process whereby organisms learn to make responses in order to obtain or avoid important consequences. Operant conditioning is based on avoiding or obta
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UTSGPSY260H1Martin RalphWinter

PSY260H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Baddeley'S Model Of Working Memory, Long-Term Memory, Papez Circuit

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28 Oct 2016
2
Information that we receive travels different parts of the brain and it is subject to conditioning along the way. Sensory information coming into the b
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UTSGPSY260H1Martin RalphWinter

Timing

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28 Oct 2011
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It is absolutely essential for organisms to time what they do; their physiology, their chemistry, their behaviour, etc, with their environment. All org
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UTSGPSY260H1Martin RalphWinter

PSY260H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Observational Learning, Operant Conditioning, Waggle Dance

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28 Oct 2016
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It is special type of behaviour that has a physiological consequences. It is learned it a different way from other behaviour. Copying - replicating wha
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PSY260H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Temporal Lobe, Classical Conditioning, Eyeblink Conditioning

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28 Oct 2016
3
Association between one stimulation to another causes neuronal changes - different from classical conditioning. Reflexing behaviour in which neurons ar
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