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    What is the relationship between learning and memory? What is the neuroanatomy of learning and memory? What are the neural processes related to learning and memory?

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    Memory is the storing of information over time and one of the most important concepts in learning. Whatever is not remembered has not been learned. Learning and memory are closely related. Learning is the acquisition of a skill or knowledge. Memory is the expression of what you have acquired. As a process, memory refers to the "dynamic mechanism associated with retention and retrieval of information about past experiences. We use our memory about the past to comprehend the present. Our memory of prior knowledge can help us learn new things because we make associations ...

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    This solution discusses neuroanatomy of learning and memory and the relationship between learning and memory. The text contains 341 words and references.

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