MYSTERY BREAKOUT- PSY 380
Created on October 8, 2023
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BioPsychology 380- The Effects of Stress on Learning and Memory
You stumbled across a mystery you are trying to solve. You find out the mystery involves a neuropsychologist who is testing you on your knowledge of stress. Learn a long the way to help you to solve the mystery
Automatic responses happen when under stress. Your reaction can be managed by doing lots of practice through repetition. This practice forces your body into a certain response in which you trained it to do.
Chronic or severe stress will impact the formation of long-term memories, it will interfere with the consolidation process making it difficult to transfer information from short term to long term memory storage.
High Levels of stress can make it challenging to concentrate and pay attention, This can hinder the ability to acquire new information and fully engagae the learning process
Stress can interefere with the formation of new memories, particularly in the hippocampus. The hippocamus is the region repsonsible memory consolidation
Managing stress is crucial on mitigating the effects of stress on learning and memory. You can engage in meditation,regular exercise, getting sufficient sleep, and having a good support system
Answer the question and you will find out the address of the following scenario
Learniing rebuttals helps you to reinforce learning
Frequent drills increase awareness of non buyers
Frequent drilling builds automatic resposne when stressed
You are a salesman. At work you must do daily training teaching you how to take reubuttal clients on objections. Why might this be drilled so frequently?
Mnemonic devices are very effective ways to help you to remember information more effectively. They provide quick and automatic cues to assist with memory
What part of the brain is reposnsible for meory consolidation?
Long term meory
Does chronic or severe stress affect which of the following?
Short term memory
Exercise,and lots of sleep
Staying up all night studying when you have a test
How to best manage the effcts of stress on your memory?
The witness may now have altered memories of the events
The witness may lie to cover up details they forgot
Thewitness has all new memories
Why might one be afraid to give a witness sattement for an event that happened years ago?
Remember the code
What structure helps to release epinephrine in the brain
You're almsost to the end. I'm glad i can rember things from a long time ago,I wonder why that could be
Release of glucose from the liver
What effect of epinephrine in the blood may contribute to long term memory?
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