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Lecture 3: Non-declarative memory

Non-declarative memory Right after declarative memory, let’s see what is non-declarative memory? By noticing the example of patients with Parkinson’s disease, we can have a better understanding of declarative memory. …

Lecture 2: Declarative memory

Declarative memory In the previous step, we have mentioned the difference between episodic and semantic memory. We will display more examples in this step. After that, we will indicate some …

Lecture 1: Memory systems

Basic framework of the memory system In the session, we will focus on the issues of memory of dental patients. After this class, you will learn the basic framework of …

Lecture 2: Research methods to study memory

Memory in modern days There are three mainstream approaches to memory research: Collect clinical cases which show memory deficits. Directly manipulate the brain from an animal model, and observe what …

Lecture 1: Historical background

Welcome to the second session of Brain, Behaviour, and Dentistry. In this session, we will focus on the issues of memory of dental patients, and start with some stories about …

Lecture 2: Multisensory integration

Learn the world Although our capacity for attentional processing is limited, we do learn the world from multiple sensory channels. Multisensory integration means the processing of one channel may influence …

Lecture 1: Attention

In this part, we will focus on the issues of perception and attention and some clinical implications in dental practice. After this course, you will learn: Define key concepts about …

Lecture 3: Visual perception

Have you ever wondered how our brain processes information when we see objects from the outside world? Many cognitive neuroscientists focus on visual perception, which would be the most important …

Lecture 2: Perceptual process

Perception is subjective What does it mean? In this step, we will learn that perception is subjective. It is not a ‘copy’ of the objective form of things in the …

Lecture 1: Sensation vs. Perception

In this session, we will focus on the issues of perception and attention, and some clinical implications in dental practice. After this course, you will learn how to differentiate the …

Lecture 3: The brain is key to our mind

The rule of our brain Let’s see how our brain works and how the information is processed in our brain. From the perspective of cognitive neuroscience, that means we need …

Lecture 2: Research about human mind

What is behavioral dentistry? In this learning step, we will start with the definitions of behavioral science. Later, we will focus on behavioral dentistry, which is a special field in …