On page 104 of the AS/Year 1 Complete Companion 4th edition there is a diagram of Little Albert’s conditioning. The last row indicates that the white rat is a CR – it is a CS (conditioned stimulus). The fear response is the CR (conditioned response).
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On page 63 – chapter summary are the definitions for retroactive and proactive interference the wrong way round?
Yes it is the wrong way round, thanks for pointing this out.
Hi, I think I found a typo too in the following page.
On page 51 of AS Complete Companion 4th edition book
Distinguishing episodic and semantic memories
Hodges and Patterson(2007)-some Alzheimer patients retain the ability to form new episodic memories but not semantic memories.
Irish et al.(2011)-Alzheimer’s patients who have reverse-poor semantic memories but generally intact episodic memories.
Irish’s study does not seem to be the reverse of Hodges and Patterson’s study and there is no double dissociation between two studies.
I too am struggling with the double dissociation exemplified with Irish et al 2011 on pg51
On page 149 it states acetylcholine is inhibitory yet on 151 is says it is excitatory.
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