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How Memories Are Made: Stages of Memory Formation Lesley University.
Interference theory infers that new information received by the brain replaces old information such as the inability to remember an old password after you have created a new one. Psychologist Daniel Schacter further details the vulnerabilities of the mind in his book The Seven Sins of Memory.
Brain Anatomy and How the Brain Works Johns Hopkins Medicine.
The spinal cord extends from the bottom of the medulla and through a large opening in the bottom of the skull. Supported by the vertebrae, the spinal cord carries messages to and from the brain and the rest of the body.
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How Emotions Are Made Lisa Feldman Barrett. Email. LinkedIn. RSS. Twitter. YouTube.
Extraordinarily well written, Lisa Barretts How Emotions are Made chronicles a paradigm shift in the science of emotion. But more than just a chronicle, this book is a brilliant work of translation, translating the new neuroscience of emotion into understandable and readable terms. Since that science has profound implications in areas as disparate as police shootings and TSA profiling, the translation is critical for scientists and citizens, lawmakers and physicians. For example, what if there is no meaningful scientific difference between premeditated murder, the product of rational thought, which we consider most culpable, and the lesser offense of manslaughter, a 'crime' of passion Emotions do not reside in dedicated brain areas, constantly at war with areas charged with cognition or perception, as Pixar caricatured it in Inside out, let alone the brain described by Descartes or Plato or other philosophers.
How are memories formed? - Queensland Brain Institute - University of Queensland.
This term describes the persistent changes in the strength of connections - called synapses - between brain cells. These connections can be made stronger or weaker depending on when and how often they have been activated in the past. Active connections tendto get stronger, whereas those that arent used get weaker and can eventually disappear entirely. A connection between two neurons becomes stronger when neuron A consistently activates neuron B, making it fire an action potential spike, and the connection gets weaker if neuron A consistently fails to make neuron B fire a spike. Lasting increases and decreases in synaptic strength are called long-term potentiation LTP and long-term depression LTD. Changing the strength of existing synapses, or even adding new ones or removing old ones, is critical to memory formation. But there is also evidence that another type of plasticity, not directly involving synapses, could be important for memory formation. In some parts of the adult brain, such as the important memory structure known as the hippocampus, brand new neurons can be created in a process called neurogenesis. Studies in older mice have shown that by increasing neurogenesis in the hippocampus, memory can be improved.
Brain Anatomy
The major parts of the brain are made up of different structures each of which has a unique and important function. The brain controls both voluntary actions, like talking and running, and involuntary actions like breathing and reflexes. Our emotions, memory and personality as well as our sensessight, touch, hearing, taste, smelloriginate in our brain.

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