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UTSGPSY260H1Martin RalphWinter

PSY260H1 Chapter Notes -Autonomic Nervous System, The Automatic, Paul Ekman

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Memories concerned with strong emotions will most likely be remembered more than events that are not. It is a cluster of three distinct but interrelate
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Episodic and Semantic Memory

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Includes spatial and temporal information about the context, where and when things occurred, etc. Semantic memory: memories for facts and general knowl
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Skill Memory

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Is memory for things we do and how to do them. Skill: ability you can improve over time through practice. Skill memories are long lasting and improved
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Associative Types of Learning

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PSY260H1 Chapter Notes -Electric Charge, Myelin, Schwann Cell

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Lecture three: the question we will focus on today is: what is the system for the mechanistic change of our information, the neuroscience will not be o
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PSY260H1 Chapter Notes -Neurology, Grey Matter, Schwann Cell

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Today we will consider the biology and neurology of neurons. There are tons of neurons in the brain. They are the basic components that define the limi
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Instrumental Conditioning

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This is the process by which organisms learn to make responses in order to obtain or avoid certain consequences. The consequences are a direct result o
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