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Memory and Amnesia

Do a web search with the words, "Types of Memory or Types of Amnesia." Find one article and post on the discussion board three key ideas or information about memory or amnesia. Remember to cite your source.
Theories of Emotion
There are three major theories of emotion: James-Lange, Cannon-Bard, and Schachter-Singer. Describe one of the theories of emotions you most agree with and then compare it with the physiological process of emotion. Questions to consider in your comparison:
? Are emotions a physiological process?
? What is the role of cognition in emotion?

Language and the Brain
Explain the different deficits in communication that can occur when there is damage to Broca's and Wernicke's areas of the brain (left hemisphere). Respond to at least two of your classmates' postings.

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Memory and Amnesia Article Analysis:

In the analysis of the article the key ideas about memory and amnesia that have been discussed are that amnesia is a manifestation that occurs when a section of the brain that recounts memory events are not working properly. Amnesia and memory has also been stated to be connected. The diverse manifestations of amnesia have also been classified in accordance to the memory loss that is experienced by an individual. On the basis that amnesia is used to refer to the condition of a memory disturbance, the section of the brain that is responsible for the encoding, storage and retrial of the information plays a huge role (Amnesia, 2010).

Theories of Emotions

In the listed theories the selected one will be the ...

Solution Summary

Memory and amnesia are examined. The theories of emotion and language and the brain are determined.