Biopsychology of Memory

Duration: 3 hours

Memory is defined as the brain’s ability to store the learned effects of its experience. It is a process where information is retained about the past. Current research indicates there are most likely three types of memory: sensory memory, short term memory, and long term memory. In this course, you'll learn about memory structures in the brain, theories of memory storage, and consider evidence from different types of amnesia.


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