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Memory in PSYC2013

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The memory part in PSYC2013. The notes contain things on the lecture slides and tutorials.

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Memory in PSYC2013
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Mental processes Memory Anterograde amnesia Henry Molaison Encoding Recall Storage Explicit memory Long-term memory
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Mental processes Memory Anterograde amnesia Henry Molaison Encoding Recall Storage Explicit memory Long-term memory
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But they were seduced by neuroscience. Experts reject irrelevant neuroscience. Memory can be defined in terms of both its content, and the processes involved in storage and retrieval. Memory is not observable. Theories of memory draw on metaphors, e.g. computer metaphor. Memory happens in the brain, but so do lots of things. It's hard to identify what's specific to memory. We can understand a lot about memory without knowing its neural bases. Investigating memory requires the use of converging methods: Experimental cognitive psyc, cognitive neuropsychology, computational modeling, cognitive neuroscience. Cognitive neuropsychology: double dissociations, single cases. There appear to be different kinds of memory that have different pr...
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