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Lecture 22

PSYC 1100 Lecture 22: Psych Notes 22
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Department
Psychology
Course
PSYC 1100
Professor
Harvey Swadlow
Semester
Spring

Description
Psych 1100- Lecture 22 - Long Term Potentiation (LTP - Synapse strengthened with the firing of a strong synapse firing nearby - Associative Long Term Potentiation - Both weak and strong strengthen weaker input - Involves the important receptor called NMDA receptor - Creates the association - Relates to classical stimulation - 3 Distinctions concerning memory - 1 There are three formal stages of memory: - Encoding of information - Gets it in your head - Storage - Memories have to be stored in head - Retrieval - Retrieve memory to be used - 2 kinds of memory - Short-term Memory - Working Memory - Long-term memory - Locked in - Encoding, Storage, and retrieval apply to both - 3 Explicit vs Implicit - Explicit Memory - Conscious - Facts - When you know that… - No explicit memory before 3 years old - Implicit -
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