NYU Learning and Memory
Spring 2018. Instructor: Todd Gureckis. Pre-course survey. Please take the time to answer the following questions before the next class.
Registered Name *
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Preferred Name
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Preferred email address *
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Year in grad school (1st, 2nd, etc...) *
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Grad program (social, education, c&p, cns, etc...) *
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What lab are you in (if associated with a research lab)?
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What is your main research area/interests in grad school? *
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What are your interests in the learning and memory course and what do you hope to get out of it? *
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People suffering from amnesia typically cannot recall their own name or identity. *
In my opinion, the testimony of one confident eyewitness should be enough evidence to convict a defendant of a crime. *
Human memory works like a video camera, accurately recording the events we see and hear so that we can review and inspect them later: *
Hypnosis is useful in helping witnesses accurately recall details of crimes. *
People generally notice when something unexpected enters their field of view, even when they are paying attention to something else. *
Once you have experienced an event and formed a memory of it, that memory does not change. *
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