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 Short term memory activates the frontal lobe Long term memory activates the temporal lobe
 Information goes one way from the cortex  basil ganglia   Unconscious – No feedback to neocortex Dopamine is the majo...
 Medial Temporal Region   Hippocampus   Amygdala   Entorhinal Cortex      Degenerates in Alzheimer’s   Parahippocamp...
 Hippocampus is involved in memory for location of things – mental maps   Better spatial memory  larger hippocampus   ...
 Amygdala and hypothalamus play a large role Increased release of stress hormones  increase in memory consolidation
Memory for moodle
Memory for moodle
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Memory for moodle

  1. 1.  Short term memory activates the frontal lobe Long term memory activates the temporal lobe
  2. 2.  Information goes one way from the cortex  basil ganglia  Unconscious – No feedback to neocortex Dopamine is the major neurotransmitter
  3. 3.  Medial Temporal Region  Hippocampus  Amygdala  Entorhinal Cortex  Degenerates in Alzheimer’s  Parahippocampal Cortex  Visuospatial processing  Perirhinal Cortex  Visual object memory
  4. 4.  Hippocampus is involved in memory for location of things – mental maps  Better spatial memory  larger hippocampus  IE: london taxi drivers Visual Object Memory
  5. 5.  Amygdala and hypothalamus play a large role Increased release of stress hormones  increase in memory consolidation

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