Learning & Memory

Video Resources on Learning and Memory

UCI Brain is putting together video resource pages around important brain-related topics. These playlists include videos from various departments across campus and are centered around an overarching theme.

This video resource page includes the latest research on Learning and Memory. If you would like to submit a video for inclusion, please contact us.

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Distinguished Lecture Series on Brain, Learning, and Memory

What Can We Learn from the Sleeping Brain?

Ruth Benca, MD, PhD
University of California, Irvine

The Distracted Mind

Adam Gazzaley, PhD
University of California, San Francisco

McGaugh-Gerard Lecture on Learning and Memory

The Seven Sins of Memory: An Update

Daniel Schacter, PhD
Harvad University


The Making and Keeping of Memory

Richard Morris, PhD
The University of Edinburgh

Place Cells Beyond the Hippocampus

Bruce McNaughton, PhD
University of California, Irvine

Grid Cells and the Entorhinal Map of Space

Edvard Moser, PhD
Norwegian University of Science and Technology

A Taxonomy for the Diverse Forms of Synaptic Plasticity

Gary Lynch, PhD
University of California, Irvine

Episodic Retrieval and Constructive Memory/Imagination

Daniel Schacter, PhD
Harvard University

Spacetime and Hippocampus

György Buzsáki MD, PhD
New York University

Neurobiological Correlates of Aging Memory

Carol Barnes, PhD
The University of Arizona

How thinking about memory has changed in the past 35 years

Lynn Nadel, PhD
The University of Arizona

Historical Perspectives on Brain and Memory

James L. McGaugh, PhD
University of California, Irvine

Changing Fear

Elizabeth Phelps, PhD
New York University

Relational Memory – Theoretical and Empirical Advances: A Tribute to Howard Eichenbaum

Neal Cohen, PhD
University of Illinois