Long-Term Memory

Long-Term Memory : Mechanisms, Types and Disorders

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Description

This book presents current research in the study of the mechanisms, types and disorders of long-term memory. Topics included in this compilation include the role of long-term memory in aging and its correlation with topographic disorientation; the diversity and complexity of neurocortical connections, circuits, maps and their relationships with superior cognitive function; PARP1 activation required for long-term memory; the effects of afobazole on cognitive activity; the benefits of expressive writing on long-term memory performance; and visuo-spatial attention on long-term memory encoding.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 193 pages
  • 152.4 x 226.06 x 10.16mm | 270g
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • UK ed.
  • 1619426994
  • 9781619426993

Table of contents

Preface; Long-Term Memory & Topographical Disorientation in Healthy Elderly People: Preliminary Results of a New Diagnostic Tool; Magnetic Bubbles in Brain Neocortex: A Bio-Magnetite Based Model for Long-Term Memory; PARP1 Activation is Required for Long-Term Memory; Effects of Afobazole on the Searching Activity & Food-Procuring Skill of the Offspring of Rats Exposed to Hypoxia during Fetal Development; The Benefits of Expressive Writing on Long-Term Memory Performance; The Effect of Visuo-Spatial Attention on Long-Term Memory Encoding; Index.
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