Lecture on November 21st: Learning and Memory

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Department
Psychology & Brain Sciences
Course
PSYCH 330
Professor
Lori Astheimer Best
Semester
Fall

Description
stBehavioral Neuroscience Lecture on November 21 Learning and MemoryLeaning the process of acquiring new information Memory the ability to store and retrieve that information and the specific information that is stored in the brain Subtypes of declarative and nondeclarative memory Declarative memory things you know that you can tell others Asking someone what and you can answerEpisodic memory recalling a specific time or event ex first day of schoolSemantic memory refers to the meaning of things ex meaning of a word what the capitol of France isMore explicitNondeclarative memory things that you know you can do by showing someoneSkill learning knowing how to ride a bicycle Priming being more likely to use a word you heard recently Conditioning salivating when you see a food More implicitMemory has temporal stages 1 Sensory buffer sensory experience you ar
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