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Chapter 7

Chapter 7

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Psychology
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PSYB65H3
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Ted Petit

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Chapter 7- Memory
Types of Memories
- Most researchers believe that memory is not a unitary phenomenon
-There are a variety of memory systems that are subserved by a number of different
neural systems within the brain
What is Memory?
-Learning- is a relatively permanent change in behavior as a function of
experience
-Learning is demonstrated by an organism demonstrating a change in behavior as a
result of experience or showing that the organism recalls of remembers these
experiences and changes its behavior accordingly
-Learning and memory are two sides of the same coin- experience-dependent
behavior
-Studies of both learning and memory are inferential that is we watch the behavior and
infer that someone is learning or remembering on the basis of what the person does
-Therefore the distinction between learning and memory is somewhat artificial since these
two depend critically on each other
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Chapter 7- Memory Types of Memories - Most researchers believe that memory is not a unitary phenomenon - There are a variety of memory systems that are subserved by a number of different neural systems within the brain What is Memory? - Learning- is a relatively permanent change in behavior as a function of experience - Learning is demonstrated by an organism demonstrating a change in behavior as a result of experience or showing that the organism recalls of remembers these experiences
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