PS263 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Semantic Dementia, Neuron, Amygdala

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27 Mar 2017
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For example, pavlov classically conditioned a dog to respond to have a salivating response to a bell after continuously paring the bell with the dog"s food. 2. instrumental conditioning: behavior is followed by a reinforcer (which increases the future probability of a response) or punishment (which suppresses the frequency of a response) Researchers that followed found neither assumption was necessary true: years later, richard f. thompson located an engram of memory in the cerebellum, lateral interpositus nucleus (lip): an area essential for learning. Damage to this area of cerebellum leads to permanent loss of a classically conditioned eyeblink response in rabbits. Temporary suppression of the area led to zero effectiveness of classical conditioning training: types of memory. 1. short-term and long-term memory: short-term memory: memory of events that have just occurred, long-term memory: memory of events from previous times, short-term and long-term memory differ in capacity.

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