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    OSA Group Case Study

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    with the results from two meta-analysis studies investigated memory function in OSA compared to age-matched norms, showing that OSA most frequently affects verbal episodic memory compared to other cognitive domains, in particular, verbal delayed recall (effect sizes d= 0.44-0.52).[11, 52] These data suggests that OSA predominantly affects memory retrieval process and that encoding process may not be the primary resource of episodic memory impairment in…

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    According to Feldman memory is the process by which we encode, store and retrieve information. In recognizing that memory takes in these gives us a better understanding why I remember the name of my pet at 4 years old and why I cannot remember where I put my reading glasses at 55 years old. Another definition comes into play is encoding which is the first stage in remembering something. Next stage is storage which is information stored for future use and final stage is retrieval which is the…

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    to get a better understanding of memory, in this case specifically through studying amnesic patients, including the well-known patient, Henry Molaison. They characterized amnesia as a selective deficit in memory, and further into the future, researchers have come to understand the functional organization of the medial temporal memory system and the functioning of its cognitive processes. The article indicates that H.M. brought about five main findings: that memory is a “distinct psychological…

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    What Is Amnesia?

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    defined and briefly discussed. Anterograde amnesia is “a severe loss of the ability to form new episodic and semantic memories” (Gluck, Mercado, Myers, 2014). It is the most noticeable amnesia present in patient H.M. Hippocampal region damage results in difficulty learning new information – especially episodic learning of events and facts (Gluck, Mercado,…

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    During the course of our lives we create and retain memories that make up who we are. The majority of these memories most likely stored as long-term memory. These particular memories will last for the rest of your life or for a great period of time. There are four different types of long-term memory. These four types of memory are called procedural, emotional, episodic, and semantic memory. The memories created in these areas are very important for many different reasons. These details can…

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    Distinct processes shape flashbulb and event memories Brittany Cook Dr. Grabbe- PSY 312 Analysis Paper November 20, 2015 Analysis of: Distinct processes shape flashbulb and event memories This article discusses the study done by students from the University of Turin in Turin Italy, Carla Tinti, Susanna Schmidt, Silvia Testa, and Linda J. Levine. They examined the relationship between memory for a consequential and emotional event and memory for the circumstances in which people…

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    In this article, the authors tested five individuals who were categorized as fluent dysphasia with severe anomia (Hodges, Patterson, Oxbury, & Funnell, 1992). It explains that semantic memory is important for comprehension and it outlines the percentage of the long term memory. This kind of memory assists with picture-picture matching and item naming. The researchers recognized that all five individuals’ vocabularies decreased dramatically since their conditions first occurred. The individuals…

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    Memory is the encoding, storage, consolidation, and retrieval information. Encoding is transforming information into a form that can be stored in memory. Storage is maintaining the information. Consolidation is the arrangement if the information. The retrieval of information is bring the stored material to the mind. The three memory systems are sensory memory, short-term memory, and long-term memory. Sensory memory holds information from the five senses: hear, touch, sight, taste, and smell.…

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    in when the encoding of the specific clown stimulus occurred. The one crucial memory Kelley is trying to retrieve from the child is the episodic memory, which is the memory that is involved in personal events and or episodes. In this the case the child’s memory of the personal event of what actually occurred with the clown. The use episodic memory, though can be useful, does come with grave consequences. Episodic memory requires the “individual to mentally travel back in time in his or her mind…

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    Reading Assignment 4 As I have aged I find that my memory has changed, not recalling people names is the most frustrating, since I was never good with that anyway. On many occasions, I find myself not remembering what I was about to do when I enter another room, what did I go in there to do. In order to be more productive and less frustrated, writing a list to remember things has been very beneficial. At other times, I have posted notes on my cell phone calendar, so that I get a daily reminder.…

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