PSYC 275 Chapter 16: Chapter 16 Summary
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Hippocampus and Memory for Spatial Location
Hippocampal Lesions Disrupt the Performance of Spatial Tasks
Hippocampal Place Cells
Hippocampal and Entorhinal Grid Cells
Comparative Studies of the Hippocampus and Spatial Memory
Theories of Hippocampal Function
Where Are Memories Stored?
The Case of the Cook Who Couldn t
Cerebellum and Striatum
Synaptic Mechanisms of Learning and Memory
Induction of LTP: Learning
Maintenance and Expression of LTP: Storage and Recall
Variability of LTP
Biopsychology of Memory and You
Smart Drugs: Do They Work?
Posttraumatic Amnesia and Episodic Memory
The Case of R.M., the Biopsychologist Who Remembered H.M.
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