1)When EP's brain was severely damaged, he was no longer able to:
Remember events from his childhood.
b. Use a computer.
c. Make new memories.
d. Copy complex drawings
What role does the hippocampus play in recalling memories?
While Frank Felberbaum was memorizing face-name pairs, his brain
was scanned. What happened to the scanner when Frank remembered
a face-name pair? What happened when he forgot?
After repeated exposure to Steve and Karen's face-name pairs, Alan
successfully "stored" the memory of their faces, as a result, the
scans of his hippocampus:
b. Were bigger.
c. Were dimmer.
d. Stopped lighting up.
What is released to make our memories of emotional events more vivid
Which part of the brain is responsible for fixing emotional memories
more strongly than other memories?
b. The cerebellum
c. The hippocampus
d. The brain stem
In this segment, how does Elizabeth Loftus, try to plant a false
memory in Alan's head?
Mark Tuszynski is conducting experiments in which he injects genetically
engineered cells into Alzheimer's patients' brains to encourage
brain cells to stay alive. What kind of cells is he using?
b. Tongue cells
c. Stem cells
d. Brain cells
Those who suffer from Alzheimer's have a buildup of what specific
molecule in their brain?
In order to help prevent Alzheimer's disease in patients, Gary Small
Using a saline nose spray regularly.
b. Eating more protein.
c. Brain exercises.
d. Drinking tea.