Memory Consolidation: Psychobiology of Cognition

By Herbert Weingartner; Elizabeth S. Parker | Go to book overview

Subject Index

A
Abstraction, perceptual image construction and, 173
Acquisition, retrieval and, 2, 5-6, 118
ACTH, 73
Action, 36-47
Active storage, 87-88, 181
Adrenal demedullation, 73-76
Adrenergic antagonists, 74
Alcohol. See also Ethanol
consolidation effects of, 234-36
interference with, 244
retrograde facilitation and, 241, 243
training-treatment gradient and, 239-40
Alcoholism, retrograde amnesia and, 221. See also Korsakoff syndrome
Amnesia. See also Anterograde amnesia; Retrograde amnesia
amygdala stimulation and, 75-76
associated with electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), 187-88
bitemporal, 194-96, 200
diencephalic, 194, 195
experimental, implications of, 73-75, 93-105
for consolidation processes, 93-96
for reactivation, 100-105
for retrieval, 96-100
rapid forgetting and, 193-95
spared learning in, 196-99
traumatic, 193
Amnestic drugs, 73, 91-92, 234-38. See also specific drugs
Amphetamine, 22-23, 43-44, 70-73. See also specific drugs
Amygdala
amnesia and stimulation of, 75-76
effect of damage to, 199-200
interrelationship between neocortex and, 29-30, 204
role in external-internal integration, 34-35
Animal learning, study of, 7
Anterograde amnesia
period of loss, 176, 177
retrograde amnesia and, 195-96, 218-19
with valium, 236
Arecoline, 234, 237, 241
Arousal effects
forgetting theory and, 152-55
generality and reliability of, 157-59
Attention
-arousal hypothesis of sensory neglect, 25-28
emotion-induced selective, 30
selective nature of, 172-74

B
Barbiturates, 46. See also specific drugs
Basal ganglia, 33

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