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For questions about the encoding, storage, and retrieval of information in the brain. This tag encompasses research all the way from the molecular level in model organisms to abstract mathematical representations, and includes applied learning paradigms and tasks.

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Within the limbic system the hippocampus and amygdala processes memory. The hippocampus processes declarative memory, the memory recalled in the form of thought. The amygdala processes emotional … memory. hippocampus Hippocampal integrity plays a crucial role in intact memory functioning. Research has demonstrated that normal hippocampal development continues into early adulthood …
answered Aug 23 '13 by Yvette Colomb
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Within the limbic system the hippocampus and amygdala processes memory. hippocampus The hippocampus processes declarative memory, the memory recalled in the form of thought and stores memory … . Hippocampal integrity plays a crucial role in intact memory functioning. Research has demonstrated that normal hippocampal development continues into early adulthood . Investigators specifically …
answered Aug 23 '13 by Yvette Colomb
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The unfocused gaze and eye direction when recalling a memory or imagining something. Eye movements assist in recalling spatial visual memories. The eyes move in the direction of where the object … was in relation to the person, when perceived. Restricting eye movements impairs memory recall. In a recent study we reported that when eye movements were prohibited for participants who orally …
answered Oct 10 '13 by Yvette Colomb
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The definitive categorization of memory is an example of semantics (an irony I enjoy in answering this question). Firstly, you have asked four questions in one. So which one is it … ? Definition of semantic: adjective relating to meaning in language or logic. Semantic is the imposed meaning that human beings give things. Remembering a list of words, would be semantic memory
answered Nov 30 '13 by Yvette Colomb
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individuals who are in the full-time occupation of deep concentration, through work, study, interests, their working memory is getting very little downtime. Working memory is your brain's Post-it … says. You can think of working memory as the active part of your memory system. It's like mental juggling, says H. Lee Swanson, PhD, distinguished professor of education with the Graduate …
answered Sep 6 '13 by Yvette Colomb
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other similar things to provide a description). As to why this is innate, requires further investigation. There are two theorised models of memory which pertain to the recognition and distinction … between living and non-living things, both involving semantic memory. A category-specific model and a modality-specific model. What optical features do we use to distinguish “life” from “non-life …
answered Nov 2 '13 by Yvette Colomb
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The thing about memory, is it requires Long Term Potentiation (LTP) to be effective. The synapses are not reliable like some other tissues of the body; for instance cardiac muscle, where the … uninteresting. It is a chore to recall unrelated lists. It is easier to remember things that are fun, stimulating, that we find interesting. This is one of the problems with rote learning. So the memory
answered Dec 5 '13 by Yvette Colomb