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what does memory entail?
What are the 2 types of memory?
What are the subcategories of
Short Term Memory(STM) and Long Term Memory (LTM)
Where does STM (working memory) occur?
Where does LTM occur?
What was H.M unable to do after his surgery?
new info--> anterograde memory
What kind of surgery did patient H.M have?
T/F: Patient H.M had an intact STM (where
T/F: Patient H.M was unable to learn new procedural skills.
F. He was because his
T/F: Patient HM has no change in his intelligence, language, perceptual abilities, NOR personality
What were some cognitive neuroscience lessons learned from H.M?
STM and LTM supported by
in hippocampus, but
Name the parts of the brain in the papez circuit
T/F: the cortext to hippocampus connection are not bi-directional
false, they ARE
What are some clinical features of
Transient Global Amnesia?
lasts 2-12 hours, patient cannot learn
transient ischemic attack, seizure, migrane
What are symptoms of herpes simplex?
If a patient has
syndrome, what part of papez circuit is damaged?
dorsomedial nucleus of
What is Wernicke-Korsakoff Syndrome due to and how long does it last?
Thiamine (B1 deficience)
lasts up to 6 weeks
In chronic state of Wernicke-Korsakoff symdrom, do gait eye movements return to normal? What persists though?
yes, but amnesia persists
Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrom occurs in people with...
and who are
is WK syndrome correctable?
yes, but if not done immediately, damage can occur
If the mamillary body is
, what kind of WK syndrome does a patient have?
If the mamillary body is
, what kind of WK syndrom does a patient have?
What is a cuase for Thalamic Amnesia?
What does the parahippocampus help with?
What kind of amnesia arises when there is damage in the
What are the 2 types of LTM?
What are the 2 types of declaritive(explicit) memory?
What is involved in procedural memory?
If a patient has parkinson's disease, what is this person lacking?
Huntington's disease arises from atrophy to what part of the brain?
Name the parts of the Nigrostriatal pathway?
If the caudate is missing, what kind of movment would a patient have?
kinetic, because there's excess dopamine
and how can it be tested?
need to be
The papez circuit plays a major role in what type of memory?
if a patient has a stroke and glioma in the thalamus (anterior nucleus), what is the result?
If the basal ganglia doesn't get any dopamine, what kind of memory porblems would the patient have?
implicit memory problems