What can be used to see how temporary lesions affect memory tasks?
Who said that damage more and more brain leads to more and more memory less?
The medial temporal cortex of the left and right cerebral hemispheres, the amygdala and 2/3s of his hippocampus
Which areas of the brain did HM have removed?
What is the type of memory loss for stuff that happened in the 2-3 years before surgery (relatively mild in HM)?
What is the type of memory less where you can't form new memories (severe in HM)?
Animal work points towards which structure being the most important in memory?
The hippocampus doesn't full develop until what age?
What was used the test the hippocampal involvement in memory in rats?
Who mimicked HMs damage in monkeys?
Positron Emission Tomography
Which neuroimaging technique detects small amount of Radionuclides introduced into the brain?
Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Which neuroimaging technique measures changes in cerebral blood flow that correlates with neural acitivity?
Which neuroimaging technique measures the magnetic fields generated by the neuronal activity within the brain?
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation
What is the name of the non-invasive technique used to excite neurons in the brain?
2cm below the coil
TMS can only cause stimulus of cells up to what depth?
The results of the effects of TMS have been likened to those of what?
Mottaghy et al
Who had subjects perform a typical working memory task?
Which typical working memory task did Mottaghy get his subjects to perform?
The research by Mottaghy et al shows that which brain area is critically involved in mediating working memory processes?
What is the disorder where patients are able to attend to single events but when presented with two concurrent events they fail to attend to the one further to the contralesional side?
Right Parietal Damage
Extinction is typically associated with what kind of damage?
What is used to clinically assess Extinction?
What is the name of the disorder where patients fail to attend to single events or stimuli on the contralesional side?
Right Parietal Damage
Spatial Neglect is typically associated with what kind of damage?
Cancellation Task, Bisection task, Drawing
Which three methods are used to clinically test for Spatial Neglect?
What is the name of the disorder caused by bilateral lesions leading to misreaching, difficulting tracking moving objects, and visual experience dominated by one object at a time?
Damage of the Posterior Parietal or Parieto-occipital junction
Balint's Syndrome is typically associated with what kind of damage?
The symptom of Balint's Syndrome where patients misreach towards objects is caused by sever difficulty in what?