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*  Brain ischemia
The brain is not able to switch to anaerobic metabolism and because it does not have any long term energy stored the levels of ... If sufficient circulation is restored within a short period of time, symptoms may be transient. However, if a significant ... Symptoms of brain hypoxia are similar to ischemia and include inattentiveness, poor judgment, memory loss, and a decrease in ... The broad term, "stroke" can be divided into three categories: brain ischemia, subarachnoid hemorrhage and intracerebral ...
*  Spatial memory
... has representations within working, short-term memory and long-term memory. Research indicates that there are ... processing short-term memory and transferring memory from the short term to longer delay periods. Infusion of amphetamine into ... The test can be used to measure both short-term and long-term spatial memory, depending on the length of time between test and ... Tasks which employ short-term memory include learning, reasoning, and comprehension. Spatial memory is a cognitive process that ...
*  Repressed memory
The neuroscientist Donald Hebb (1904-1985) was the first to distinguish between short-term memory and long-term memory. ... Memories stored for longer than this are stored in "long-term memory". Whether information is stored in long-term memory ... are stored in short-term memory for up to a few minutes; this memory depends on "reverberating" electrical activity in neuronal ... In animal studies, high levels of cortisol can cause hippocampal damage, which may cause short-term memory deficits; in humans ...
*  Attentional blink
Reeves A, Sperling G (1986). "Attention gating in short-term visual memory". Psychological Review. 93 (2): 180-206. doi:10.1037 ... The term attentional blink was first used in 1992, although the phenomenon was probably known before. The precise adaptive ... Bowman H, Wyble B (January 2007). "The simultaneous type, serial token model of temporal attention and working memory". Psychol ... In short: when (T1) is emotionally relevant the AB is lengthened, when (T2) is emotionally relevant then the AB is reduced. ...
*  Memory consolidation
... this may be related more-so to a process of synaptic consolidation rather than systems consolidation because of the short-term ... is one form of memory consolidation seen across all species and long-term memory tasks. Long-term memory, when discussed in the ... strengthen and modify memories that are already stored in the long-term memory. Once memories undergo the process of ... it is less necessary during the encoding and use of semantic memories. As memories age there are long-term interactions between ...
*  Cerebral hypoxia
Mild symptoms include difficulties with complex learning tasks and reductions in short-term memory. If oxygen deprivation ... The long-term effects will depend on the purpose of that portion of the brain. Damage to the Broca's area and the Wernicke's ... Long-term comas can have a significant impact on a patient's families. Families of coma victims often have idealized images of ... The term also includes oxygen deprivation due to obstructions in the lungs. Choking, strangulation, the crushing of the ...
*  Nutrition and cognition
Clinical signs of B1 deficiency include mental changes such as apathy, decrease in short-term memory, confusion, and ... "Short-term folate, vitamin B-12 or vitamin B-6 supplementation slightly affects memory performance but not mood in women of ... Mental symptoms are extremely variable, and include mild disorders of mood, mental slowness, and memory defect. Memory defect ... have more problems with learning memory. Young rats in a separate study by the same university also showed impaired long-term ...
*  Baddeley's model of working memory
The sketchpad consists of the spatial short-term memory and the object memory. The spatial short-term memory is how one is able ... in an attempt to present a more accurate model of primary memory (often referred to as short-term memory). Working memory ... Baddeley re-defined the theory of short-term memory as a working memory to explain this phenomenon. In the original theory of ... Alan Baddeley's theory of working memory has yet another aspect to which memory can be stored short term. The visuo-spatial ...
*  Gail Eskes
Other areas of research include short-term memory, cognitive rehabilitation, and the role of the frontal lobes in different ...
*  Cambridge Neuropsychological Test Automated Battery
Owen, A; Sahakian, BJ; Semple, J; Polkey, CE; Robbins, TW (1995). "Visuo-spatial short-term recognition memory and learning ... working memory and executive function, visual memory, attention and reaction time (RT), semantic/verbal memory, decision making ... "Double dissociations of memory and executive functions in working memory tasks following frontal lobe excisions, temporal lobe ... Owen, A; Iddon, JL; Hodges, JR; Summers, BA; Robbins, TW (1997). "Spatial and non-spatial working memory at different stages of ...
*  Highway network
... s use learned gating mechanisms to regulate information flow, inspired by Long Short-Term Memory (LSTM) ...
*  A Fire Upon the Deep
... to move around and to provide short-term memory. It is later revealed that their "benefactor" was the Blight, and it is able to ... These terms seem to refer to differences in the Zone itself, not just relative distance from the Core, but there are no obvious ... Vinge's The Children of the Sky, "a near-term sequel to A Fire Upon the Deep", set ten years later, was released in October ... The four zones are spoken of in terms of "low" to "high" as follows: The Unthinking Depths are the innermost zone, surrounding ...
*  Earl K. Miller
Siegel, M., Warden, M.R., and Miller, E.K. (2009) Phase-dependent neuronal coding of objects in short-term memory. Proceedings ... may control the timing of shifts of attention and that different items simultaneously held in short-term memory line up on ... memory, and cognition. Earl Miller is the Picower Professor of Neuroscience with the Picower Institute for Learning and Memory ... He was Associate Director of the Picower Institute for Learning and Memory at MIT from 2001 to 2009, and was Director of ...
*  Eric Kandel
Thus, short-term memory had been linked to functional changes in existing synapses, while long-term memory was associated with ... By this time it was known that long-term memory, unlike short-term memory, involved the synthesis of new proteins. By 1972 they ... from studies restricted to short-term memory to experiments that included physiological processes required for long-term memory ... The Kandel lab then sought to identify proteins that had to be synthesized to convert short-term memories into long-lasting ...
*  Neil Hardwick
... dealing with total short term memory loss and ecoterrorism. Hardwick has directed several revues and humour shorts, but is at ... Finnish food memories; host) "Alright?Alright!" 2005 (English teaching comedy series; writer and director) Noises Off (Finnish ...
*  Mozaffar's Garden
Mansour Khan, suffers from short term memory-loss, hates his cousin, and is old with no family of his own. The story will go on ...
*  Encephalopathy
... short-term memory loss, confusion. HIV encephalopathy develop dementia (F02.4, B22.0†). There are many types of encephalopathy ... Encephalopathy is a difficult term because it can be used to denote either a disease or finding (i.e., an observable sign in a ... CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link) Müller M, Baumeier A, Ringelstein E, Husstedt I (2008). "Long-term tracking of ... invented memories), poor recall and disorientation. Anti-NMDA receptor encephalitis is the most common autoimmune encephalitis ...
*  Memory development
This enhancement continues into adolescence with major developments in short term memory, working memory, long term memory and ... At this age, children spontaneously use rehearsal to enhance short-term memory performance and retrieval strategies begin to be ... which are all involved in implicit learning and memory. Development of explicit memory depends on a later developing memory ... Implicit memory is controlled by an early-developing memory system in the brain that is present very early on, and can be ...
*  BAY 60-7550
... related improvements of short-term object memory in male Wistar rats". Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica. 128 (2): 107-13. doi: ...
*  Dentate nucleus
These areas are activated during tasks involving short-term working memory, rule-based learning, and higher executive function- ...
*  Neuroanatomy of memory
Parietal lobe also assists with verbal short term memory and damage to the supramarginal gyrus cause short term memory loss. ... An analysis of short-term and long-term memory defects in man. In J.A. Deutsch, ed. The Physiological Basis of Memory. New York ... the slow process by which memories are converted from short to long term memory. This is supported by studies in which lesions ... In regard to memory, temporal lobe damage can impair long-term memory. Thus, general semantic knowledge or more personal ...
*  Multiple chemical sensitivity
The most common are feeling tired, "brain fog" (short-term memory problems, difficulty concentrating), gastrointestinal ... E. Shorter, Multiple chemical sensitivity: pseudodisease in historical perspective, Scand J Work Environ Health 23 (1997) ( ...
*  Sharp waves and ripples
Consequently, this loop is shown to be the pathway responsible for conversion of short term memory to long term memory. The ... Studies conducted on HM have clearly proven the role of the hippocampus in shaping the long-term memory. Investigations also ... SWRs are shown to be involved in memory consolidation and the replay of wakefulness-acquired memory. These network oscillations ... As for humans, what is currently known is that the hippocampus as a whole is important for memory consolidation. The most ...
*  Brain injury
Brain-injured people commonly experience issues with memory. This can be issues with either long or short term memories ... Sometimes memory can be improved through rehabilitation, although it can be permanent. Brain injury can also affect muscle ...
*  Adrian Owen
Owen, A; Sahakian, BJ; Semple, J; Polkey, CE; Robbins, TW (1995). "Visuo-spatial short-term recognition memory and learning ... "Double dissociations of memory and executive functions in working memory tasks following frontal lobe excisions, temporal lobe ... His 1996 paper on the organisation of working memory processes within the human frontal lobe continues to be one of the most ... Owen, Adrian M.; Evans, Alan C.; Petrides, Michael (1996). "Evidence for a Two-Stage Model of Spatial Working Memory Processing ...
*  Michele Alboreto
... the short-term fix not improving the team's competitiveness. This would be Alboreto's second season in succession that he ... I want to dedicate the result to his memory." Alboreto's helmet was blue with a yellow stripe with white edges covering the ... Alboreto joined Italian team Scuderia Italia, which had enjoyed a number of successes in its short history, most notably when ... GrandPrix.com, Paragraph One Roebuck, Nigel (12 December 2007). "Ask Nigel:Memories of Michele Alboreto". Autosport.com. ...
*  Donald Broadbent
The filter prevents the overloading of the limited-capacity mechanism located beyond the filter, which is the short-term memory ... His theories of selective attention and short-term memory were developed as digital computers were becoming available to the ... and the short-term memory storage. His theory is based on the multi-storage paradigm of William James (1890) and the more ... recent 'multi-store' memory model by Atkinson & Shiffrin in 1968. This filter functions together with a buffer, and enables the ...