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Bio Psychology Part 2

Across
(Implicit memory) This memory involves memories of body movement and how to use objects in the environment. This memory refers to sensorimotor habits or automatic skills, which are largely unconscious. The structures implicated in these habits are the basal ganglia. How to drive a car or use a computer are examples.
A strategy by which people with anomia find alternative ways to say something when they are unable to think if the most appropriate word.
Remember some or even all of their past. They have difficulty remembering episodic memories.
An action potential that occurs in a dendritic branch after an action potential in a pyramidal cell is termed…
Jumbled words. words make no sense
Learning by watching & imitating
Ability to learn to recognize stimuli that have been perceived before (1) Function: ability to recognize & categorize objects & situations.
Learning the location of objects relative to other objects.
States that a weak synapse will be strengthened if its activation occurs at the same time that the postsynaptic neuron fires.
Rhythm, tone, and emphasis in speech. The use of changes in intonation and emphasis to convey meaning in speech besides that specified by the particular words; an important means of communication of emotion.
Down
Difficulty in finding (remembering) the appropriate word to describe an object, action, or attribute; one of the symptoms of aphasia. Loss of a word. Tip of the tongue.
The result of motor learning, which involves developing new muscular coordination. This allows us to recall motor coordination we have learned in order for us to interact with the environment. Playing the piano, catching a ball, and riding a bike are all examples
Consists of a heterogeneous collection of abilities, including skills and habits, implicit memory, and some forms of classical conditioning. They can't really be thought about. It is difficult, for example, to describe how you learnt to ride a bicycle but, once you have learnt the skills you never seem to forget them. These types of memory become part of our very being, resulting in new skills, habits and unconscious emotional behaviors and responses.
Remembering sequences of events and details of events.
(Explicit memory) The conscious, intentional recollection of previous experiences and information. People use explicit memory throughout the day, such as remembering the time of an appointment or recollecting an event from years ago.
Difficulty in producing or comprehending speech not produced by deafness or a simple motor deficit; caused by brain damage. A neurologically based language disorder caused by various types of neuropathology, usually a stroke. Can be classified as fluent, non-fluent, and subcortical.
Receptors for ________ are involved in long-term potentiation.