PSY 375 Infancy and Early Childhood Development Paper
PSY 375 Infancy and Early Childhood Development Paper fin571
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I think this is fascinating The specific role of each of the six main regions in episodic retrieval periodic is still unclear but some ideas have been suggested The right prefrontal cortex has been related to retrieval attempt the medial temporal lobes to conscious recollection the anterior cingulated to response selection the posterior midline region to imagery the inferior parietal to awareness of space and the cerebellum to self initiated Wikipedia 2010 153 Ganglia 11 Related According to neuro imaging data Eiructrures of lm Enralnn studies on recall and recognition have consistently found increases in regional cerebral blood ow RCBF in EIEIEII El i mum mum quotM ihili i the following six brain regions ihi IIT I H lama EarnEmilirum 1 the prefrontal cortex particularly on the right hemisphere 2 the hippocampus and parahippocampal regions of the medial temporal lobe 3 the anterior cingulate cortex 4 the posterior midline area that includes posterior cingulate retrosplenial see retrosplenial region precuneus and cuneus regions 5 the inferior parietal cortex especially on the right hemisphere 6 the cerebellum particularly on the left Wikipedia 2010 Wikipedia 2010 Retrieved from http enwikipedia org Wiki Recollection
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