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Neurohacking Tutorial 8 - Imagination, Memory and Prediction
Neuroanatomy of Memory - Structure and Function
Everywhere and Nowhere
How Memories are Made
What Happens if Things Go Wrong?
Core Skills for Memory Health and Improvement
Imagination and Prediction
NHA Guide to Methods & Technology
The Most Important Bits To Remember
Hacks & Exercices
Notes, References & Answers
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Footnotes, Refs (Answers at end)

1. (used to be known as ‘implicit’ or 'nondeclarative' memory, so called because much of it is unconscious. 'Explicit' or 'declarative' memory meant conscious.)

2. http://www.neurology.org/content/57/11/2054.short

3. S. Murray Sherman and R. W. Guillery http://mitpress.mit.edu/catalog/item/default.asp?tid=10680&ttype=2

4. http://www.livescience.com/980-brain-boots-computer.html

5. You will not find the mainstream agreeing with us here. Don't worry; just remember it doesn't matter what we call things as long as we define them carefully. Then other reaesrchers can come along later and call them 'Foo Bong' or 'Diddly Dong' or whatever they want to.

6. Packard, M G; and Knowlton, B J; “Learning and memory functions of the Basal Ganglia”

http://www.gatsby.ucl.ac.uk/~ahrens/tnii/packard%20and%20knowlton%202002.pdf

7. Laure Rondi-Reig & team, Cerebellum Shapes Hippocampal Spatial Code, Science 21 October 2011: Vol. 334 no. 6054 pp. 385-389. http://medicalxpress.com/news/2011-10-cerebellar-neurons-dark.html

8. See NHA Library/Theory & Research/ “An Update on Memory Editing 2004-2011”

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28. I know of two such cases whose early memories I can personally confirm; having been there when they happened. Both adults can remember clearly details of events from their first year of life.

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31. Mark G. Stokes, working with Kathryn Atherton, Eva Zita Patai, and Anna Christina Nobre, Long-term memory prepares neural activity for perception, PNAS, November 22, 2011, doi: 10.1073/pnas.1108555108

32. Sara 2000; Nadel et al. 2000b; Alberini 2005; Dudai 2006.

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34. Toshiyuki Nakagaki; "Japan scientists hope slime holds intelligence key." December 28th, 2011. http://www.physorg.com/news/2011-12-japan-scientists-slime-intelligence-key.html

slime mold fun:

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35. Beau Lotto, http://www.lottolab.org/articles/publiccolour.asp

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42. O'Nuallain, Sean. "Zero Power and Selflessness: What Meditation and Conscious Perception Have in Common". Retrieved 2009-05-30. Journal: Cognitive Sciences 4(2).

ALSO Kaufman, Marc (January 3, 2005). "Meditation Gives Brain a Charge, Study Finds".

43. Nadasdy Z, Hirase H, Czurko A, Csicsvari J, Buzsaki G (1999) "Replay and time compression of recurring spike sequences in the hippocampus". J Neurosci 19: 9497–9507.

ALSO Lee AK, Wilson MA (2002) "Memory of sequential experience in the hippocampus during slow wave sleep". Neuron 36: 1183–1194.

ALSO Louie K, Wilson MA (2001) "Temporally structured replay of awake hippocampal ensemble activity during rapid eye movement sleep". Neuron 29: 145–156.

44. Peigneux P, Laureys S, Fuchs S, Collette F, Perrin F, et al. (2004) Are spatial memories strengthened in the human hippocampus during slow wave sleep? Neuron 44: 535–545.

Fabio Moroni, Lino Nobili, Giuseppe Curcio, Fabrizio De Carli, Fabiana Fratello, Cristina Marzano, Luigi De Gennaro, Franco Ferrillo, Massimo Cossu, Stefano Francione, Giorgio Lo Russo, Mario Bertini, Michele Ferrara; "Sleep in the Human Hippocampus: A Stereo-EEG Study

45. Laura Lee Colgin, Tobias Denninger, Marianne Fyhn, Torkel Hafting, Tora Bonnevie, Ole Jensen, May-Britt Moser & Edvard I. Moser; "frequency of gamma oscillations routes the flow of information in the hippocampus".

46. Ueli Rutishauser, Ian B. Ross, Adam N. Mamelak & Erin M. Schuman; "Human memory strength is predicted by theta-frequency phase-locking of single neurons".

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47. Brainwave frequency 'norms' differ slightly between individuals. "Alpha" can be anything from 7-13 Hz; we are using average examples here.

48. Wolansky T, Clement EA, Peters S, Palczak MA, Dickson CT (2006) "Hippocampal Slow Oscillation: A novel EEG state and Its coordination with ongoing neocortical Activity." J Neurosci 26: 6213–6229.

49. Buzsáki G, Leung LW, Vanderwolf CH (1983) Cellular bases of hippocampal EEG in the behaving rat. Brain Res 287: 139–71.

ALSO Suzuki SS, Smith GK (1985) "Single-cell activity and synchronous bursting in the rat hippocampus during waking behavior and sleep". Exp Neurol 89: 71–89.

ALSO Buzsáki G (1986) "Hippocampal sharp waves: their origin and significance". Brain Res 398: 242–52.

50. Wilson MA, McNaughton BL (1994) Reactivation of hippocampal ensemble memories during sleep. Science 265: 676–9.

ALSO Qin YL, McNaughton BL, Skaggs WE, Barnes CA (1997) "Memory reprocessing in corticocortical and hippocampocortical neuronal ensembles". Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 352: 1525–33.

ALSO Skaggs WE, McNaughton BL (1998) "Spatial firing properties of hippocampal CA1 populations in an environment containing two visually identical regions". J Neurosci 18: 8455–66.

ALSO Kudrimoti HS, Barnes CA, McNaughton BL (1999) "Reactivation of hippocampal cell assemblies: effects of behavioral state, experience, and EEG dynamics". J Neurosci 19: 4090–101.

ALSO Louie K, Wilson MA (2001) "Temporally structured replay of awake hippocampal ensemble activity during rapid eye movement sleep". Neuron 29(1): 145–56.

ALSO Lee AK, Wilson MA (2002) "Memory of sequential experience in the hippocampus during slow wave sleep". Neuron 36(6): 1183–94.

51. O'Neil J, Senior A, Allen K, Huxter J, Csicsvari J (2008) Reactivation of experience-dependent cell assembly patterns in the hippocampus. Nature Neuroscience 11: 209–216.

ALSO King C, Henze DA, Leinekugel X, Buzsáki G (1999) Hebbian modification of a hippocampal population pattern in the rat. J Physiol 521 Pt 1: 159–67.

ALSO Wiâm Ramadan, Oxana Eschenko, Susan J. Sara; "Hippocampal Sharp Wave/Ripples during Sleep for Consolidation of Associative Memory"

52. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience. The publication and related materials can be found at http://www.physics … edu/~mayank/

53. Datta, S. (2000). "Avoidance task training potentiates phasic pontine-wave density in the rat: A mechanism for sleep-dependent plasticity". The Journal of Neuroscience 20 (22): 8607–8613.

54. Bong-Kiun Kaang and Jun-Hyeok Choi; Protein Degradation during Reconsolidation as a Mechanism for Memory Reorganization. Behav Neurosci. 2011; 5: 2. Published online 2011 February 1.

55. "Brain's connective cells are much more than glue; they also regulate learning and memory." December 29th, 2011. http://medicalxpress.com/news/2011-12-brain-cells-memory.html

56. Joseph LeDoux and VS Ramachandran particularly recommended.

57. Johnson, M.K., Hashtroudi, S., Lindsay, D.S. (1993). Source Monitoring. Psychological Bulletin, 114(1), 3–28

58. As opposed to long term memory problems, where things go in one year and out the other.

59. http://www.biocarta.com/pathfiles/h_achpathway.asp

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Answers to 'random congruous association'

Individual associations may vary, core concepts should not.

 

 

A computer =Time

overall associations:

 

Matter –a computer is a physical object

Space –is something you may have at home or in your surroundings

Density –how much memory has it got? How many computers do we need?

Time –performs procedures dependant on timing, is a machine, is a tool to be creative with, demands accuracy in programming and rectitude in use

Energy –can both inspire you and tire you

Power –gives access to great amounts of information, can help self development, does cause a large electricity use.

 

  • A cave = Matter

overall associations:

Matter –is a physical object, can be a shelter or home, is solid, a place where creatures give birth, can hibernate or sleep, it’s dark and private and safe

Space –you can go inside, you can explore, you can make it a personal space

Density –is the air fresh? How damp is it? Is it inhabited? How many such caves are there?

Time –useful in wintertime or hot weather. Creative possibilities [cave art]

Energy –a place to regain energy, a place easy to keep warm, somewhere to store resources

Power –good place to develop spiritual abilities, not a good place to get satellite TV

 

  • A Bavarian cyclist’s jockstrap = Matter

overall associations:

Matter –is a physical object, is protection for physical body

Space –a cyclist is likely to go exploring and need maps, navigation etc. Where did I leave my jockstrap?

Density –how strong is the jockstrap? Does it fit? How many jockstraps are needed here?

Time –jockstrap is a basic tool. how long will the jockstrap last? Does wearing it improve the cyclist’s time? When did I last wash it?

Energy –cycling improves physical energy and can inspire you, jockstrap may assist this.

Power –may reduce distractions to clear-headedness

 

Your associations are unlikely to be exactly the same as ours, so now you can look at these things from two points of view.

 


Answer to “test spatial imagination”: The top, right-hand shape is not the same.

 

 

 

 

 



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