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Emotional experience can occur independently of expression
We experience emotion in response to physiological changes
Memories that last for months to years
The same neurons that fire when you first learn a memory fire when you recall it
Temporary information storage
Memory loss for events prior to trauma
Memories that last from seconds to hours
Sleep cycle: Non-REM, REM, non-REM, every 90 minutes
Rhythm associated with quiet waking states (8-13 Hz)
We sleep to rest and recover to prepare to be awake again
Inability to form new memories
Process of producing protein and gene expression in a 24 hour cycle
We sleep to keep out of trouble
Allows us to read generalized activity of the cerebral cortex
Process of storing memories
Slow rhythm associated with deep sleep (-4 Hz)
Cells in the hippocampus that fire only in a specific area
Memory associated with facts and events
Change in physiological functions according to the daily clocks in the brain
Fastest rhythm signalling an active cortex (14+ Hz)
Speech and comprehension are fluent, but trouble repeating words
Speech is fluent but comprehension is poor
Memory associated with skills, habits and behaviors
Inability to find words
Rhythm occuring during some sleep states (4-7 Hz)
Speech is disturbed but comprehension is in tact
Partial or complete loss of language
Dreams are the associations and memories of the cerebral cortex during REM sleep

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