Advances in Psychology Research, Volume 82
Sze Chai Kwok, 2011 - Psychology - 246 pages
This continuing series presents original research results on the leading edge of psychology. This book reviews research on the mnemonic role of the fornix in the macaque monkey brain; perceptual and motor sequence learning in amnesiac patients; language and literacy in pre-term children; motion perception in autism spectrum disorder and formulating a scale of psychological skills for coaches and its relation to achievement and experience years.
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Amaral amnesia ANOVA anterograde amnesia associative learning Bachevalier basal forebrain Bussey C. R. E. Wilson cholinergic conditional learning conditional tasks correct response correction trial cortex criterion delay diencephalon discrimination learning early stage effect of Group effects of fornix entorhinal cortex episodic memory errorless learning Experiment factor Group FNX group FNX monkeys fornical damage fornix transected monkeys Gaffan & Susan Group*Set interaction hippocampal formation hippocampal lesions hippocampal system impairment interaction F intertrial interval learning task levels M J Buckley Macaque Monkey Brain main effect mammillary bodies medial temporal lobe Mishkin Mnemonic Role Murray non-spatial number of errors number of trials one-trial learning P. J. Brasted parahippocampal parahippocampal cortex performance perseverative errors postoperative prior errors problem set repeated measures ANOVA retention tests sample stimulus Saunders & Aggleton spatial memory spatial recognition memory spatial separation stage of learning stages of acquisition strategy subiculum Susan Harrison Sze Chai Kwok task acquisition touchscreen visuospatial Wise