The functioning of the mind and brain imply memory function, and this short talk will focus on a mechanism for "memory"... from storage and retrieval, to short term and long term memory. The neurophysiological underpinnings of memory contain within the cognitive neuroscience some direct implications regarding a mechanism for archetypal memory. This talk will attempt to communicate some of the mystery and awe that are inherent to real neuroscience.
The participant will identify the difference between semantic and episodic memory and match them with their EEG correlates.
Theta is associasted with ADD/ADHD when it is:
Theta is associated with good memory retrieval when it is
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