1. What advantages does fMRI have over EEG and PET technology?
2. What is amnesia? What is the difference between anterograde and retrograde amnesia?
3. How do benzodiazepines affect memory? How do cholinergics affect memory?
1. Why is the olfactory system so tied to emotion and memory?
2. How is working memory related to reading ability?
3. What is the déjà vu experience? Why is it considered metacognition?
Which is the current term used to refer to systems of memory that hold information up to 30 seconds?
a. Primary memory
b. Short-term memory
c. Working memory
d. Unemployed memory
In Sperling’s classic 1960 experiment on sensory memory, participants in the partial-report condition were expected to
a. Report all of the material when they heard any tone
b. Report only one line when cued by a particular tone
c. Report all the vowels that they saw in the matrix
d. Report all the consonents they saw in the matrix
Quiroga et al. did an experiment on neural representation with patients about to have brain surgery. They were interested in
a. If the surgery would affect their ability to recognize faces
b. If there are specific neurons in the temporal lobe associated with specific knowledge,such as individual people
c. If neural representation occurs in cortical areas or subcortical areas
d. The exact location of the pineal gland