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Chapter 17 Summary & Outline

Functional Perspectives on Memory

There Are Several Kinds of Memory and Learning

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Memory Has Temporal Stages: Short, Intermediate, and Long

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Successive Processes Capture, Store, and Retrieve Information in the Brain

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Different Brain Regions Process Different Aspects of Memory

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Neural Mechanisms of Memory

Memory Storage Requires Neuronal Remodeling

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Invertebrate Nervous Systems Show Plasticity

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Synaptic Plasticity Can Be Measured in Simple Hippocampal Circuits

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Some Simple Learning Relies on Circuits in the Mammalian Cerebellum

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In the Adult Brain, Newly Born Neurons May Aid Learning

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Learning and Memory Change as We Age

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